The Turku package includes policies regarding terms of payment, changes to agreements, grants and facility rents collected by the City of Turku.
Youth workers offer their customers conversation support and things to do in the digital world.
If you suspect coronavirus on the basis of your symptoms, it is important to get tested.
In order to slow down the spreading of coronavirus, everyone should avoid social interaction as much as possible.
Coffee mornings at the library and accessible culture
Turku City Library started coffee mornings on their Instagram accoun
Mullintie and Maaria local service points will be closed from Friday 20 March onwards.
Due to the epidemic, maternicty clinic services have been reduced.
The Finnish Government announced on Monday 4 May the dismantling of some restrictions. The restrictions affected e.g.
The closure of sports facilities until 13 May applies to City of Turku sports facilities such as swimming centres, gyms, courts and fields for game
According to the government's recommendations all public events with audience over 500 people should be cancelled until the end of May.
Wash your hands and stop infections from spreading for example before cooking and meals, when you come in from outdoors, after using the toilet, af
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You can easily access culture and engage in sports activities from home or avoiding crows. Read tips on how to promote wellbeing at home using City of Turku web content.
In Finland, the coronavirus epidemic affects everyday life in many ways. Finnish authorities have released useful information on the topic in different languages. Check out information and links on Info Finland website.