On Monday, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) has confirmed 465 new coronavirus infections in Finland.

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

168 in Helsinki, 65 in Espoo, 43 in Vantaa and 37 in Turku.

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

14 in Hämeenlinna, 13 in Tampere, 11 in Lappeenranta, 8 in Lahti, 8 in Jyväskylä, 7 in Kouvola, 6 in Ylöjärvi, 6 in Kaarina, 6 in Porvoo, 5 in Nurmijärvi, 4 in Hyvinkää, 3 in Mikkeli, 3 in Heinola, 3 in Janakkala, 3 in Oulu, 2 in Forssa, 2 in Iitti, 2 in Lemland, 2 in Rauma, 2 in Riihimäki, 2 in Kerava, 2 in Jämsä, 2 in Hankasalmi, 2 in Kärkölä, 2 in Nokia, 2 in Sipoo, 1 in Laihia, 1 in Kuopio, 1 in Rusko, 1 in Akaa, 1 in Kotka, 1 in Mäntsälä, 1 in Loppi, 1 in Hausjärvi, 1 in Kittilä, 1 in Hanko, 1 in Hausjärvi, 1 in Mustasaari, 1 in Vaasa, 1 in Vihti, 1 in Hamina, 1 in Keuruu, 1 in Tornio, 1 in Kirkkonummi, 1 in Hollola, 1 in Pori, 1 in Sauvo, 1 in Kuusamo, 1 in Virrat, 1 in Parainen, 1 in Eurajoki, 1 in Pukkila, 1 in Kangasala, 1 in Kemi, 1 in Eura.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the cases total in 67,334.

Last weekend, a total of 1,554 new coronavirus infections were confirmed.

On Sunday, 863 new cases broke the daily record. THL explained that the high number was caused by a technical problem when a major laboratory failed to deliver new results on time. The daily number consists of new cases from as many as four days.