Finland closes borders for the Netherlands and Belgium

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Aug 6, 2020 3:13:54 PM

#NordicNews about Finland

The Finnish Government has reviewed the travel restrictions and changed them for the Netherlands, Belgium and Andorra. Due to the increasing infection rates, the borders for travellers from these countries will be closed again. The change will be valid from Monday, 10 August.

In Finland, the limit value is eight new cases of disease per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days. Although the numbers in Germany and Denmark are also critical, the borders remain open for travellers from these countries. The Finnish Government reviews the travel advice every fourteen days.

Finland considers lifting restrictions at Swedish border

With the situation improving in Sweden, the Finnish Government announced that the border restrictions between Finland and Sweden will be reviewed in two weeks. If the epidemic situation allows, internal border controls between Finland and Sweden will be lifted either partially or completely. More about the travel advice.

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