- Friday 29 October, 12:00–15:00, Luostarivuoren koulu (Luostarivuori school), address Luostarinkatu 13
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.
On the Bus, they will take coronavirus tests and give information on coronavirus in several languages.
According to the Nordic follow-up study, more myocardial infections occur in men who have received the Moderna's Spikevax vaccine than in those who
First and second doses of the coronavirus vaccine will be given at these events.
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
According to the THL guidelines, the following groups are considered to be severely immunocompromised (instructions will be provided in more detail
The coronavirus vaccination reception vaccinates people who are getting their second dose of vaccine:
Pregnant inhabitants of Turku and their spouses are vaccinated with an appointment
According to the decision of the VSSHP, it is not necessary to test patients with mild respiratory symptoms who are fully vaccinated (2 doses) who
The rapidly spreading delta variant of coronavirus has become the dominant virus throughout Finland, which is why shortening the dose interval is p
- The City of Turku school health care has carried out vaccinations for all willing schoolchildren aged 12 to 15 by the end of August.
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
Photo: Jaska Poikonen
In the city of Turku, the alignment means the relaxing of restrictions in the city's various functions.
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.
Come and take a free quick test for coronavirus infections! The tests are available at the parking carage of Varissuo Ice Hall On Thurday 6 May and Tuesday 11 May at 10 am – 3 pm. You don't need an appointment or a referral. The testing is specifically intended for asymptomatic people.
The library facilities and reading places can be used normally. You can come to the library to study or browse the shelves for books.