The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) has confirmed 2,016 new coronavirus infections in Finland after the weekend on Monday.

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Most new infections were confirmed in the cities below.

342 in Helsinki, 160 in Vantaa, 146 in Espoo, 142 in Turku, 123 in Oulu, 90 in Tampere, 36 in Lahti, 36 in Kokkola, 32 in Hämeenlinna, 30 in Jyväskylä, 27 in Kouvola, 27 in Raahe, 24 in Ylöjärvi, 20 in Joensuu, 20 in Sipoo, 19 in Salo, 18 in Kuopio, 16 in Porvoo, 16 in Pori, 16 in Kaarina, 16 in Raasepori, 16 in Imatra, 15 in Kerava, 15 in Nokia, 15 in Askola, 14 in Tuusula, 13 in Kotka, 13 in Vihti, 13 in Sastamala, 12 in Järvenpää, 12 in Mikkeli, 12 in Tornio, 12 in Savonlinna, 12 in Mäntsälä, 12 in Kalajoki, 11 in Lappeenranta, 11 in Hyvinkää, 11 in Lohja, 11 in Lempäälä, 11 in Kuusamo, 11 in Kruunupyy, 10 in Seinäjoki, 10 in Riihimäki, 9 in Nurmijärvi, 9 in Kirkkonummi, 9 in Kempele, 9 in Liminka, 9 in Siikajoki, 9 in Orivesi, 8 in Rauma, 8 in Laukaa, 8 in Uusikaupunki, 8 in Pedesöre, 8 in Saarijärvi, 7 in Forssa, 7 in Orimattila, 7 in Pihtipudas, 6 in Rovaniemi, 6 in Parainen, 6 in Kurikka, 6 in Muhos, 6 in Leppävirta, 6 in Pyhäntä, 6 in Toholampi, 5 in Vaasa, 5 in Kangasala, 5 in Lieto, 5 in Pietarsaari, 5 in Hamina, 5 in Janakkala, 5 in Luoto, 5 in Jämsä, 5 in Akaa, 5 in Keminmaa, 5 in Vesilahti, 5 in Viitasaari, 5 in Sysmä, 5 in Veteli.

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Currently, 256 patients are being treated in the hospital for symptoms caused by the virus. That’s 15 more than last Friday. Of them, 34 are in intensive care, which is five more than on Friday. THL also reports 16 new deaths related to the virus.

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