The Talent Turku project, a joint effort by Turku Science Park Ltd. and the City of Turku, is launching a new campaign marketing Southwest Finland and the Turku region to international audiences. The campaign, dubbed #TalentedByNature, takes place in social media, with the goal of increasing the attractiveness of both Turku and the entire region of Southwest Finland for international talents and their families. Additionally, the campaign also strives to lower the threshold for companies to hire international talents.
Fill in your information in the Finentry service. By using Finentry, you can quickly enter Finland at the border and be directed to free coronavirus testing in Finland if necessary. Once you have filled in your information in Finentry, you do not need to queue at the port or airport for a mandatory health examination.
Turku residents over the age of 18 and those living in Turku can submit their contact details to myvaccine.turku.fi website for a vaccination appointment. After that you will be sent vaccination appointments by text message. (Updated 29.6.)
The Year’s New Citizen of Turku for 2020 is Bosnian-born Aida Bacic. The Multicultural Act 2020 award has been awarded to Monikulttuurinen päivähoito, koti ja koulu ry. Both work in their own spheres to promote multicultural activities that involve both immigrants and native Finns.
How should I act in a coronavirus situation? How do I use a cloth face mask? What does self-isolation mean? Instructions in Albanian, Arabic, Bosnian, English, Kurdish, Persian, French, Swedish, Somali, Finnish, Russian, and Estonian.
Travelling abroad increases the risk of the virus spreading, which is why everyone should keep an eye on their own health and, if necessary, get tested for the coronavirus to minimise the risk of a further epidemic.
If you have travelled or spent a longer period outside Finland and are returning to Finland, it is very important to keep an eye on your health.
The City of Turku organised summer activities for children and adolescents. Summer activities mainly take place outside, online and at facilities of schools and youth centres. The City of Turku follows and obeys national coronavirus guidelines and takes care of hygiene measures in activities.