As of 1 March 2021, the school and student health care coronavirus helpline will only serve comprehensive school students. Upper secondary school students and vocational school students may use the centralised student health care appointment booking number: 02 266 1570. Omaolo service offers you an opportunity to get tested.

Further information:

Coronavirus information and support for families with children: www.turku.fi/en/families-corona
Coronavirus information and support for young people: www.turku.fi/en/youth-corona
General information about the coronavirus: www.turku.fi/en/corona

A student must book an appointment for a coronavirus test if they have for instance, cough, runny and/or stuffy nose, sore throat, elevated temperature or fever, headache, diarrhea, disturbances of smell and taste.

What to do if you suspect having caught the coronavirus infection

  • Complete a symptom assessment for coronavirus online using the Omaolo service or
  • If you are an comprehensive school student call to the centralised coronavirus helpline of school and student health care, tel. +358 2 266 2012 (open between 8 am and 11 am from Mon to Fri)
  • Upper secondary school students and vocational school students may call to the centralised student health care appointment booking number: +358 2 266 1570 (open between 8 am and 3 pm from Mon to Thu and between 8 am and 13 pm on Fri).
  • During evenings and weekends, call the joint emergency services of the Turku region, tel. +358 2 313 8800

How to get tested by Omaolo service?

Comprehensive school students: If your child is under 15, log in to (e.g. with your banking codes) the Omaolo.fi service on their behalf. If your child lives in Turku, you can take the coronavirus symptom assessment survey on their behalf and book them an appointment for a coronavirus test on Omaolo. You can also send the symptom assessment to a health care professional. Health care professionals receive symptom assessments on weekends. Omaolo indicates on whose behalf the customer is using the service. Children aged 11–17 receive their coronavirus test results to the telephone number given on Omaolo.

Upper secondary school students and vocational school students: Log in to (e.g. with your banking codes) the Omaolo.fi service. On Omaolo, you can take the coronavirus symptom assessment survey and, on weekdays, book a test appointment for yourself. You can also send your symptom assessment to a health care professional. Health care professionals receive symptom assessments on weekends. Persons under 18 receive their coronavirus test results to the telephone number given on Omaolo.

 

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