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.

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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.

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