From the beginning of the pandemic, there are 22,652 confirmed coronavirus infections in Finland, according to the new numbers released on Wednesday by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL).

The death toll has increased by four since Monday when THL released numbers on deaths related to the coronavirus. The death toll is now at 388.

In addition, the number of people in the hospital being treated for the virus has grown by 14 since Monday and is now 134.

21 patients are in intensive care, and since Monday, the number has grown by 6.

The number of new infections between Tuesday and Wednesday is 363.

In the past 24 hours, most new infections were confirmed in the following cities: 116 in Helsinki (7,094), 50 in Vantaa (2,410), 39 in Espoo (2,651) and 32 in Oulu (546).

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

10 in Rautalampi, 9 in Lahti, 6 in Turku, 6 in Jyväskylä, 6 in Vihti, 5 in Tampere, 4 in Kouvola, 4 in Sipoo, 3 in hyvinkää, 3 in Kemiönsaari, 3 in Tuusula, 3 in Kotka, 3 in Hamina, 3 in Hämeenlinna, 2 in Kuopio, 2 in Lempäälä, 2 in Tornio, 2 in Imatra, 2 in Järvenpää, 2 in Eura. 2 in Porvoo, 2 in Orimattila, 2 in Ylivieska, 2 in Parkano, 2 in Raahe, 1 in Hollola, 1 in Rauma, 1 in Loimaa, 1 in Muurame, 1 in Paimio, 1 in Askola, 1 in Liminka, 1 in Sodankylä,  1 in Seinäjoki, 1 in Mäntälä, 1 in Kerava, 1 in Heinola, 1 in Siilinjärvi, 1 in Salo, 1 in Äänekoski, 1 in Siikajoki, 1 in Kempele, 1 in Nurmijärvi, 1 in Sotkamo, 1 in Mynämäki, 1 in Kirkkonummmi, 1 in Masku, 1 in Viitasaari, 1 in Rovaniemi, 1 in Karkkila, 1 in Riihimäki, 1 in Asikkala, 1 in Kruunupyy, 1 in Pori.

In addition, new infections were confirmed in Uurainen and Vesilahti but the numbers are unknown.