Warm weather, and the following holiday, inspired people to gather in parks across the capital.
These parking areas are located near the city’s service clusters and public transport hubs.
During the coronavirus pandemic, the most common coronavirus infections in Turku have occurred in Varissuo, and that’s where the rapid screening tests are conducted.
Pori Jazz 2021 that was scheduled to take place in July has been canceled for the second year in a row because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Finnair will accept vaccination certificates for all coronavirus vaccines approved by the World Health Organization or the European Medical Agency.
The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group decided to open some services in the capital region because of an improved pandemic situation.
VAT has not so far been collected on consignments valued at €22 or less if the goods were imported from outside the EU.
According to a recent report, Norilsk Nickel Harjavalta’s share of pollutants in industrial wastewater has decreased.
Peat producers arrived in front of the Parliament Building in trucks to make some noise for the industry.
Going forward, coronavirus prevention in Finland will focus on regional restrictions and recommendations.
Concerns related to the security of the facilities of religious communities have emerged internationally in recent years
Here’s a detailed overview on the mid-term policy review that, for example, attempts to strengthen growth.
Marin said that she had already discussed the matter with President Sauli Niinistö, and the government will decide on the matter in its extra plenary session on Tuesday.
Covid-19 updates continue on May 18
Vice President Harris conveyed President Biden’s regards to President Niinistö.
The presidents discussed possibilities to alleviate the tense situation on the Crimean peninsula and at the border between Russia and Ukraine.
President Sauli Niinistö had a long phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday evening.
In his speech at the opening of Parliament on Wednesday, President Sauli Niinistö shared thoughts on the ongoing pandemic, Russia, the U.S. presidential election, the Arctic, and more.
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