348 new coronavirus infections have been confirmed in Finland on Tuesday, according to the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL).

The total is now 43,120.

In the past 24 hours, most new infections were found in the following cities:

83 in Helsinki, 49 in Vantaa, 21 in Tampere, 19 in Espoo and 17 in Jyväskylä.

In addition, new infections were confirmed in the cities and municipalities below:

13 in Oulu, 12 in Turku, 11 in Kuopio, 7 in Vaasa, 6 in Porvoo, 6 in Järvenpää, 5 in Lahti, 5 in Mikkeli, 4 in Nurmijärvi, 4 in Kaarina, 4 in Vihti, 4 in Pori, 4 in Hattula, 4 in Kirkkonummi, 3 in Joensuu, 3 in Rauma, 3 in Karkkila, 3 in Kontiolahti, 2 in Tuusula, 2 in Naantali, 2 in Kotka, 2 in Kerava, 2 in Muhos, 2 in Pietarsaari, 2 in Vöyri, 2 in Lappeenranta, 2 in Rovaniemi, 2 in Raahe, 2 in Pyhtää, 2 in Hankasalmi, 2 in Mänttä-Vilppula, 1 in Raisio, 1 in Laukaa, 1 in Finström, 1 in Hyvinkää, 1 in Säkylä, 1 Siilinjärvi, 1 in Akaa, 1 in Laihia, 1 in Lieto, 1 in Kempele, 1 in Närpiö, 1 in Siuntio, 1 in Kajaani, 1 in Pedesöre, 1 in Loimaa, 1 in Joroinen, 1 in Orimattila, 1 in Harjavalta, 1 in Laitila, 1 in Sodankylä, 1 in Askola, 1 in Kauhava, 1 in Ilmajoki, 1 in Lohja, 1 in Pudasjärvi, 1 in Ilomantsi, 1 in Kauhajoki, 1 in Ii, 1 in Sonkajärvi, 1 in Kauniainen, 1 in Riihimäki, 1 in Hämeenlinna, 1 in Kouvola.