“The epidemic situation is now looking good.
The coronavirus situation is considerably worse in other countries than Finland, and it shows in the infection rates.
– The incidence and number of COVID-19 cases are clearly on the decline.
– The coming weeks are looking brighter than the past weeks.
A student must book an appointment for a coronavirus test if they have for instance, cough, runny and/or stuffy nose, sore throat, elevated tempera
The following instructions apply to the wards of Turku City Hospital and Kaskenlinna Hospital:
On weekdays from 8 December onwards, the coronavirus prevention bus parks in front of Huudi in Halinen between 9 am and 11 am.
Booking testing times online through Omaolo facilitates the process for customers.
The Varissuo testing station serves clients of Varissuo Health Station living in the areas of Varissuo, Lauste and Pääskyvuori, making it easier fo
The City of Turku has already started distance teaching in schools of Aunela, Nummenpakka, Rieskalähde and Varissuo.
Nurses working in City of Turku health stations book 2000 coronavirus testing times per week.
For this reason, a general recommendation to use a mask came into force in institutions of upper secondary education in Turku (vocational instituti
The regional steering group led by the Hospital District of Southwest Finland gathers on Friday 2 October to discuss regional recommendations, amon
A person with coronavirus who may have infected others spent time in the facilities of night club Studio on 18 and 19 September between 11:30 pm an
Overall, 323 coronavirus infections have been detected in Turku (source: the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, 24 September at 10 am).
In addition, anyone who has attended different kinds of student events in Turku is advised to keep an eye on their condition and get tested for cor
During August, 8797 Turku residents were tested for coronavirus.
With the help of the Koronavilkku app, those exposed to coronavirus – including persons that the infected individuals don’t know personally – can b
In order to prevent coronavirus from spreading, it is essential that children who are ill do not attend day care or school.
Use of face mask recommended
As schools start, the City of Turku recommends the use of face masks for all passengers in public transport.
School health care at schools functions as normally as possible and health check-ups for pupils begin as soon as the term starts.
The Finnish Government continues to recommend avoiding unnecessary travel to all countries except countries from which you are allowed to return wi
Currently, the coronavirus situation in Finland is good and everyone can participate in preventing the epidemic from spreading.
Watch a video where City of Turku Psychologist Anna-Kaisa Mero gives practical tips that can help anyone find resources to endure
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