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Safe is the new – and only – way of travel

February 24, 2021 Jenny Silvennoinen

We all want to travel and we have heard about health-safe travel, but what does it actually mean? We wrote a list of health-safe procedures and actions that help to take notice of each other and our own well-being during our travel and even beforehand – well begun is half done!

Get familiar with the Covid instructions of your destination beforehand. The Koronaturvallinenlappi.fi website is maintained by the Lapland Healthcare District, Länsi-Pohja Healthcare District and House of Lapland to provide information about the coronavirus situation in Lapland and related news.

Remember that a good traveler is a healthy one, so don´t travel if you have any symptoms of illness. Visit Rovaniemi updates the Covid-19 page to keep you updated on the latest news from the local health authorities. Utilize the information when your planning your travel or even while your stay.

We encourage you to download the  THE KORONAVILKKU APP. Koronavilkku is a contact tracing app produced by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) to help you find out whether you may have been exposed to coronavirus. If you have a coronavirus test and are diagnosed as infected, you can use the app to share this anonymously with those you have been in close contact with. Your privacy is strongly protected.

Remember these:

  • When you plan your trip beforehand, make sure that you stick with your own group or family members during your trip.
  • Follow the common guidelines and use a respirator mask, wash and disinfect your hands and maintain a safe distance of 2 meters.
  • Don´t travel if you have any symptoms of illness, and anyone with the slightest symptoms of a coronavirus infection are adviced to seek a laboratory test.
  • It is recommended to use face masks in shops, public indoor areas, public transport and other similar situations where close contacts cannot be avoided.

 

  • MONITOR THE SITUATION: Find coronavirus announcements here.
  • IF YOU THINK YOU MAY HAVE BEEN INFECTED WITH THE CORONAVIRUS FOLLOW THESE STEPS
    • Anyone with the slightest symptoms of a coronavirus infection are adviced to seek a laboratory test. The symptoms can be: fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, muscle pain, fatigue, runny nose, nausea, diarrhea.
    • You do not need to book an appointment, you can go straight to a test
    • The tests are free of charge
    • The tests are free for visitors of Rovaniemi too:
    • The Mehiläinen drive-in testing point is available at Sairaalakatu 1. The testing point is open Mon-Fri 7.30-14.30 and Sat-Sun 8.30-11.30. You don’t have to make an appointment. You can arrive by car, but also by walking or by bike.
    • The Terveystalo testing point is located in the Revontuli shopping centre (Koskikatu 27). The testing point is open Mon-Fri 7.20-13.00. You don’t have to make an appointment.
    • Stay isolated until you receive the results of the test.
    • +358 (0)16 322 4800 / Emergency care at Lapland Central Hospital
    • NATIONWIDE EMERGENCY NUMBER: 112
    • QUARANTINE: If your coronavirus disease has been confirmed, stay in quarantine for at least 14 days.
    • PLEASE STAY HOME IF YOU’RE SICK,  EVEN IF YOUR SYMPTOMS ARE MILD

Rovaniemi offers plenty of things to do that are health-safe

Have a look at rental companies to plan a do it yourself day. Lapland offers so much safe snow fun that with instructions from your rental company you are good to go!

Equipment rental companies:

Beyond Arctic (Snowshoes, short skis, ice fishing equipment, outdoor equipment, camera gear)
Valtakatu 21. Tel. +358 50 323 1090.

Lapland Safaris (Short skis, snowshoes, fatbike/e-fatbike, outdoor equipment, winter clothing)
Koskikatu 1. Tel. +358 16 33 11 200.

Ounasvaara Ski Resort (Alpine and crosscountry skis, snowshoes, snowboards)
Taunontie 14. Tel. +358 44 764 2830.

RollOutDoors (Fatbike and e-fatbike)
Pekankatu 2 (make an appointment by phone). Tel. +358 400 3800 63.

Santasport (Fatbikes, crosscounty skis, short skis, snowshoes, kick sledges)
Hiihtomajantie 2. Tel. +358 20 798 4202.

Arctic Joy (snowshoes & short skis). Tel. +358 40 531 2408.

FunOnIce (ice skates). Tel. +358 40 554 4486, +358 45 674 5384

 

Stick with your own family or small group

Plan your days beforehand and no matter what activities you choose, make sure to stick with your own small group or with your family members, don´t mix groups.

Things you can do outdoors:

Reindeer sleigh rides and farm visits are very health friendly for they happen outdoors.

Husky tours & farm visits and that mushing day is definitely one of the favorite experiences in Lapland.

Snowmobiling is a fun way of getting to know the Finnish way of life, a popular hobby in Finland at least.

Winter Golf, yes you read it right here in Rovaniemi you actually can golf in the middle of snow and ice.

As the host city of WRC Arctic Rally Finland Rovaniemi offers motorsport activities for everyone to master.

There is so much more to do outside have a look at all activities in Rovaniemi!

Proper procedures in attractions and indoor venues

Rovaniemi is filled with amazing attractions, sights, restaurants and boutiques where you are spending time indoors. Make sure you wash or disinfect your hands many times during your visit in public places. You need to use a face mask in shops, public indoor areas, public transport and other similar situations where close contacts cannot be avoided. Adhere to social distancing rules in shops and public gatherings outdoors and indoors.

Traditional Lappish food tastes delicious and Rovaniemi has great options in restaurants taking extra care of safety measures.

Rovaniemi is great for shopping; three shopping centres along with specialized shops and boutiques from fashion and shoes to sports equipment and classic Finnish design brands like Marttiini, Marimekko and Iittala, even a local Lapland brewery.

Official Hometown of Santa Claus Rovaniemi offers sights and attractions in the Santa Claus Village.

As the capital of Lapland, Rovaniemi is home to Lapland’s Provincial Museum Arktikum, the forest-themed Pilke Science Centre and the Korundi House of Culture.

For animal lovers, the various reindeer and husky farms are a must along with Ranua Zoo that specialises in Arctic fauna.

 

Have an adventure accommodation

Dealing with the pandemic and travelling health-safe all comes down to having the perfect hangout, a nest to return to or even spend a majority of our holiday in. It is true we have all thought about it, and these days a quality accommodation that offers an adventure on it´s own is more and more important.

Find your dream place to stay in Rovaniemi from various types of accommodation. The Rovaniemi region offers quite the range of accommodation: in the city centre, there are several hotels, guesthouses and hostels. The Ounasvaara and Santa Claus Village resorts boast hotels, glass igloos, holiday villages, B&B’s and more, Rovaniemi offers even accommodation made out of snow.

 

Health-safe way of travel is a state of mind

Health-safe way of travel is a state of mind and maybe even a permanent change in the way we see the world. It all comes down to appreciating one another and the freedom to choose your location. Personal choices and actions speak loud when it comes to health-safe travel. Remain safe distances, use a respirator mask, wash and disinfect your hands and never travel if you have any symptoms of coronavirus – your actions matter even on your holiday.

With best holiday greetings

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