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updated on 19 April 2022

  • There is no face mask recommendation in force in the city. 
  • The remote work recommendation is no longer in force. 
  • There is no restrictions on public gatherings and events in Central Finland.
  • The recommendation to restrict private event attendance is no longer in force. 

Recommendations and restrictions 

You should not go to day care, school, work or hobbies with even the slightest symptoms of coronavirus. 

Face mask recommendation

There is no face mask recommendation in force in the city. However, face masks may be used at your discretion. 

The use of face masks is mandatory for city employees working in social and health services. 

In schools and early childhood education, staff may wear masks based on a risk assessment, but there is no obligation to do so. Face masks will also continue to be available for pupils.  

Basic education, early education

Educational services' preparedness for the coronavirus

Early childhood education: preparations for the coronavirus epidemic

Leisure activities and sport services 

See Sport Services.

Libraries, museums and the Adult Education Centre

Museums, libraries and the Jyväskylä Adult Education Centre are open normally. 

City Theatre and Jyväskylä Sinfonia

Performances at the Jyväskylä City Theatre and Sinfonia will continue as usual, in accordance with hygiene guidelines. 

Recommendations on visits for the elderly and disabled housing units 

The visitor must observe safety and hygiene regulations of the unit.

Other recommendations 

The recommendation to work remotely has ended.

Central Finland Hospital District's Covid-19 bulletins 

Central Finland Hospital District's Covid-19 bulletins can be found on web-pages of the Hospital Nova of Central Finland.