Finland opens for tourism

 Thursday, June 23, 2022 


On June 30th, all entry requirements related to COVID-19 will be raised for travellers from abroad, said the Finland Interior Ministry. Travellers coming to Finland from the beginning of June 30th will no longer need to produce a proof of a negative test, along with a vaccination status, or asked to test upon arrival. After a recent extension of restrictions of COVID-19, this decision was taken with the 30th chosen as the date when restrictions will be null and void. The neighbouring countries like Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania have got rid of their entry requirements, Finland was left.

Only the ones who are entering Finland from non-Schengen EU countries or the nations which are on EU’s green list, citizens of Finland and the ones who have the right reasons will be permitted to enter the country with zero restrictions. Travelers from all countries will now be able to get into Finland without any limitations from the beginning of June 30th.

Any traveller within the group who fails will have to produce either a certificate of their vaccination or a negative covid test which was taken within 72 hours of entering the country. This rule is applicable to all those who are born in 2006 or before and remain valid till the end of the month.

As per the instructions made by the website of the Finnish government, the recommendation of wearing masks has been raised.

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