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kahdet maskit ristikkäin punaisella pohjalla
30.11.2020

Check the latest recommendations and restrictions related to coronavirus in Turku e.g. in city services and hobby activities. (updated 17.6.2021)

16.03.2020

You'll find information relating to day-care, schools and institutes under Teaching and Day-care section.

17.06.2021

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.

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21.05.2021

With the decision of the Regional State Administrative Agency of Southwest Finland, the maximum permitted number of participants in gatherings was increased on 15 May. In the Southwest Finland, the number rose from 6 to 10 persons.

Kuvassa on näkymä otanrokotteen.turku.fi-sivusta
11.05.2021

Turku residents over the age of 18 and those living in Turku must submit their contact details to myvaccine.turku.fi website for a vaccination appointment. After that you will be sent vaccination appointments by text message when your age group is getting vaccinated starting from the oldest age group.

Beydon 2030 -tiedekisan Voittamattomat-voittajajoukkue (kolme nuorta) TSYKin lukiosta.
Congratulations!
18.01.2021

The winning team of the Beyond 2030 Challenge science competition organised by the City of Turku and Bayer Nordic is Voittamattomat (“the Invincibles”) from Turun Suomalaisen Yhteiskoulun lukio (Turun Suomalainen Yhteiskoulu Upper Secondary School). The winners were awarded in the award gala organised on 14 January.

1.5 degree life video competition
Submit your video by 31 December
29.10.2020

What does a climate-sustainable lifestyle look like? Tell us by making a creative video and inspire others to join. Prizes worth of 2000 euros in total.

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41 registered!
12.10.2020

​​​​​​​The Beyond 2030 Challenge science competition organised by the City of Turku and Bayer has proceeded to the project phase. The competition began in August and 41 teams registered by the deadline with their project ideas. The jury selected 24 best projects to proceed to the actual project phase. The competition raised interest both in vocational education and in upper secondary education.

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