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 at a critical stage as the infection rates have taken a turn for the worse.
The Leila robot will send vaccination appointments to those who have left their contact details in random at a time during May–August.
“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.
Coronavirus restrictions have a strong effect on May Day celebrations this year as well.
– The incidence and number of COVID-19 cases are clearly on the decline.
– The coming weeks are looking brighter than the past weeks.
Investigation and tracking work of the coronavirus infection cluster among international exchange students in higher education detected last week i
Infections in City of Turku units
On this page, we have listed coronavirus infections and exposures that have occurred in City of Turku uni
The extent of the infection cluster among exchange students was discovered in Turku on Wednesday 17 March.
- Shutdown measures are necessary to contain the virus.
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
Mayor's press briefings are held approximately once a week on current issues.
The following instructions apply to the wards of Turku City Hospital and Kaskenlinna Hospital:
You can get tested without a laboratory referral and you don’t need to book an appointment. The test is free of charge.