Finland opens up for travelers: conditions named

Finland will open to travelers on July 12, but certain conditions will have to be met in order to enter.

According to Reuters, the country has opened up to travelers who:

  • completed a full course of vaccination and have a vaccination certificate;
  • have had Covid-19 and have a certificate of this;
  • came from countries with low incidence rates.

The decree on this comes into force on July 12 and will be valid until August 31. Unvaccinated travelers will need to present a PCR test, self-isolate, and re-take the test three days later.

At the same time, in the list of countries from which entry is allowed so far there are only 13 states, in which 10 or fewer cases of the disease per 100,000 population were registered over the past month. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, entry to Finland is still closed for Ukrainian citizens.

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