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MSAH Jul 9
Mobile application for effectively breaking chains of COVID-19 transmission to be introduced in autumn. The aim of the application is to support the management of the coronavirus epidemic and help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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Finnish Government Jul 8
The Government agreed that it would lift the restrictions on traffic at the internal borders between Finland and countries where the incidence of the coronavirus is similar to that in the countries where internal border control has already been lifted.
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Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) Jul 8
We have published new results of our population study on coronavirus antibodies. The study assesses the spread of the new coronavirus in the population. 🔹The proportion of samples with positive antibodies has remained low. Read more 👉
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Finnish Government Jul 7
All of our actions make a difference. We can all do our part to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
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Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) Jul 6
In , there has been several cases where a person has travelled on a cruise ship and afterwards been diagnosed with the infection. ➡️If you have even mild symptoms, contact healthcare to get tested. Read more 👇
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MSAH Jul 6
If you think that you might be infected with COVID-19, contact healthcare services. It is important to confirm all suspected coronavirus infections using laboratory tests.
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MSAH Jul 6
Если вы подозреваете у себя заражение коронавирусом, вам следует связаться с работниками здравоохранения. Важно исследовать все потенциальные случаи заражения лабораторным тестом.
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Finnish Government Jul 5
In Finland, 6 July is the Day of Summer and Poetry. 🇫🇮🌞🌿 It is celebrated on the birthday of Finnish poet Eino Leino (1878−1926), who wrote about nature, love and despair in his poems.
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Finnish Government Jul 2
To prevent the spread of the coronavirus from accelerating again: ✔️Wash your hands frequently and carefully ✔️Cough into your sleeve or a tissue ✔️Keep a safe distance from others ✔️Protect those at risk ✔️If you think you’ve been infected, go get tested
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MSAH Jul 2
According to the assessment published on 2 July, the situation remains stable in Finland. It is estimated that in Finland around 6,700 people, i.e. over 90 per cent of all confirmed COVID-19 cases, have recovered from the disease.
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MSAH Jul 2
Congratulations 🌟 Keep up the good and most valuable work.
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MSAH Jun 30
How do you decide on the restrictions on public events and how do you monitor the restrictions in Finland? The restrictions will be lifted according to the Government's plan to manage the crisis. See what will change on 1 July?
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MSAH Jun 29
Legislative amendments strengthening livelihoods of employees to remain in force until end of year — central government to contribute to financing of earnings-related allowances paid during layoff
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FIOH Jun 29
Check out our quidelines! Our specialists have prepared guidelines for employers and employees for handling the coronavirus epidemic. You can also find links to the instructions of other organizations.
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MSAH Jun 26
The key themes of the new Government Action Plan for Gender Equality include improving in working life and families and combating gender-based discrimination and violence against women.
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MSAH Jun 25
The epidemic has calmed down in Finland but infections are still possible.Very few new cases were reported in hospital districts other than the Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa,where the number of new cases has also declined.
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MSAH Jun 24
The coronavirus epidemic has had considerable impacts on the wellbeing of children, young people and families and on the realisation of their rights. A number of post-crisis measures are needed to minimise the negative impacts of the coronavirus crisis.
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MSAH Jun 18
The restrictions concerning the opening hours, licensing hours and numbers of customers of food and beverage service businesses will be lifted completely from 13 July 2020.The changes will be implemented in phases, starting from Mon 22 June 2020.
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MSAH Jun 17
Replying to @MSAH_News
A plan will be prepared to implement the resolution containing the necessary measures, their monitoring and evaluation, the responsible parties and the schedule up until 2030.The Advisory Board for Public Health will guide, direct and monitor the implementation of the resolution.
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MSAH Jun 17
Replying to @MSAH_News
The resolution has four priority areas: ✅Opportunity for all to get involved ✅Good everyday environments ✅Measures and services promoting wellbeing and health ✅Decision-making generates effectiveness
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