Early childhood education and care providers and schools in Turku have received new instructions on respiratory tract infections and tracing coronavirus infections among children and young people. Changes have been made to practices such as applying for a coronavirus test and returning to school or daycare after a respiratory tract infection. The new instructions come into force on 21 September 2021.
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During the sign-up phase of Beyond 2030 Challenge, the competition's sponsors will write articles of their company's sustainable development goals and procedures. The solutions, ideas and innovations presented in the articles will work as inspiration for the students of upper secondary education that are eligible to apply to the competition. From these articles, the students can learn from professionals, which type of procedures and actions are implemented in companies of different sectors to carry out sustainable development.
School Health Care Services and Student Health Care of the City of Turku provide coronavirus vaccinations to all willing young adults (16–29-year-olds) and students and 12–15-year-old (without an appointment) on Sunday 22 august 2021 Student Health Care, Hämeenkatu 10.
The Beyond 2030 Challenge science competition encourages all students in upper secondary and vocational education in Finland to take a plunge into the world of science and technology. Inspired by a successful first year, the contest is expanding from Southwestern Finland to upper secondary, and vocational school students all over the country. The contest encourages young people to discover the innumerable career and study opportunities that exist in the fields of technology and sciences, and to increase cooperation of the different actors with institutions of higher education and corporations.