After the weekend on Monday, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) has confirmed 2,616 new coronavirus infections in Finland. The number includes new infections over the course of several days.

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Most new infections were confirmed in the cities below.

462 in Helsinki, 262 in Oulu, 219 in Espoo, 180 in Vantaa, 159 in Turku, 77 in Nurmijärvi, 64 in Jyväskylä, 51 in Lappeenranta, 39 in Tampere, 38 in Liminka, 33 in Lohja, 32 in Joensuu, 31 in Kuopio, 30 in Kerava, 29 in Kouvola, 29 in Laukaa, 27 in Ylöjärvi, 26 in Kokkola, 24 in Hämeenlinna, 24 in Kuusamo, 23 in Imatra, 21 in Kirkkonummi, 21 in Siikalatva, 20 in Mikkeli, 19 in Pori, 18 in Tuusula, 18 in Kempele, 18 in Raahe, 15 in Lahti, 15 in Porvoo, 15 in Hyvinkää, 15 in Leppävirta, 14 in Kaarina, 14 in Valkeakoski, 14 in Kiuruvesi, 13 in Järvenpää, 13 in Vihti, 12 in Raisio, 12 in Sipoo, 12 in Muhos, 12 in Ii, 12 in Lapinlahti, 11 in Rauma, 11 in Nurmes, 10 in Salo, 10 in Seinäjoki, 10 in Kauniainen, 10 in Naantali, 10 in Ylivieska, 10 in Sastamala, 10 in Kankaanpää, 9 in Kotka, 9 in Kemi, 9 in Askola, 9 in Urjala, 8 in Nokia, 8 in Parainen, 7 in Mäntsälä, 7 in Uusikaupunki, 7 in Siilinjärvi, 7 in Hanko, 7 in Uurainen, 7 in Föglö, 6 in Närpiö, 6 in Ilmajoki, 6 in Tyrnävä, 6 in Marttila, 5 in Lempäälä, 5 in Raasepori, 5 in Kalajoki, 5 in Akaa, 5 in Pöytyä, 5 in Siikajoki, 5 in Sievi.

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322 (+45) patients are in hospital care being treated for symptoms caused by the virus. Of them, 43 (+2) are in intensive care. THL also reports 7 new deaths related to the virus.

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