- Coronavirus vaccinations are offered to all those five years of age and over.
On 9 December 2021, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southwestern Finland decided to prohibit all public events and public meeting
Coronavirus is now spreading throughout the city and in all age groups. Young adults have also been hospitalised. Most of those w
Residents of Turku aged 12 or over will be vaccinated on
Varissuo health station (address Nisse Kavon katu 3):
Those who have received two vaccine doses no longer need to be tested, which means less people are getting tested than previously.
Third dose is given to enhance and extend the protection provided by the two doses in people whose vaccinations have been administered a long time
- THL recommends a third dose of coronavirus vaccine for at-risk 12- to 17-year-olds.
Only first doses of the coronavirus vaccine will be given at these events.
The coronavirus vaccination reception will move from the Fair Center to Satakunnantie 105 (formerly Kontti secondhand store) and will operate on ne
Pop-up vaccination events are intended for those in need of their first vaccination.
Pregnant persons are at greater risk of severe coronavirus disease than the rest of their age group.
Thursday 12 August and Friday 13 August A pop-up event will be organised at the Varissuo health centre at which you can get the first dose of the c
The vaccination queue is situated outside the Fair Center.
The City of Turku COVID-19 vaccination helpline is open to everyone aged over 16 and for 12–15-year-olds in risk groups.
In the city of Turku, the alignment means the relaxing of restrictions in the city's various functions.
- The covid-19 epidemic has calmed down further
With the decision of the Regional State Administrative Agency of Southwest Finland, the maximum permitted number of participants in gatherings was
The need for providing additional multilingual information arose from not only from the various operators in the city, but also from the migrant co
The City of Turku asks all residents to behave responsibly in their free time.
“The epidemic situation is now looking good.