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

Since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 48,407 Covid-19 infections have been confirmed in Finland.

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

128 in Helsinki, 67 in Vantaa, 30 in Jyväskylä, 28 in Vaasa and 18 in Espoo.

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

15 in Tampere, 11 in Turku, 7 in Tuusula, 6 in Savonlinna, 6 in Riihimäki, 5 in Porvoo, 5 in Mustasaari, 5 in Kirkkonummi, 5 in Lohja, 4 in Kalajoki, 4 in Kouvola, 4 in Lahti, 4 in Järvenpää, 4 in Kerava, 4 in Karvia, 4 in Närpiö, 3 in Oulu, 3 in Kristiinankaupunki, 3 in Lappeenranta, 3 in Raisio, 2 in Nurmijärvi, 3 in Siuntio, 3 in Rovaniemi, 3 in Masku, 2 in Paimio, 2 in Uusikaupunki, 2 in Vöyri, 2 in Orimattila, 2 in Hämeenlinna, 2 in Kannus, 2 in Hyvinkää, 2 in Rauma, 2 in Ylivieska, 2 in Kaarina, 2 in Kauniainen, 2 in Maarianhamina, 2 in Karkkila, 2 in Pälkäne, 2 in Ikaalinen, 2 in Uusikaarlepyy, 1 in Pudasjärvi, 1 in Vihti, 1 in Akaa, 1 in Jämsä, 1 in Muurame, 1 in Mikkeli, 1 in Nokia, 1 in Tornio, 1 in Joensuu, 1 in Mäntsälä, 1 in Kankaanpää, 1 in Pedesöre, 1 in Muhos, 1 in Pornainen, 1 in Korsnäs, 1 in Loppi, 1 in Salo, 1 in Kauhajoki, 1 in Rantasalmi, 1 in Alavieska, 1 in Sastamala, 1 in Äänekoski,  1 in Seinäjoki, 1 in Hattula.

In addition, new infections were confirmed Huittinen, but the numbers are unknown.