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Finnish citizens and people who live in Finland on a permanent basis have the right to return to Finland in spite of the coronavirus pandemic. Family members of Finnish citizens are also permitted to enter the country regardless of their nationality.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, travellers entering the country may be subject to some of the following measures:

  • coronavirus testing
  • self-quarantine
  • official quarantine.

The need for these measures is assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Instructions on coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are based on a risk assessment that considers the following factors:

  • the coronavirus situation in your country of origin
  • the purpose and length of your stay
  • any potential symptoms.

Coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are not necessary if you are travelling to Finland from a country with a low incidence of coronavirus. You can find an up-to-date list of these countries here.

FINENTRY gives you personalised instructions on what actions you need to take.

More about FINENTRY service.
More about coronavirus tests and self-quarantine.

The regulations for Finland’s border traffic have changed. You can find the instructions and restrictions regarding entry on the Finnish Border Guard’s website.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, travellers entering the country may be subject to some of the following measures:

  • coronavirus testing
  • self-quarantine
  • official quarantine.

The need for these measures is assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are not necessary if you are travelling to Finland from a country with a low incidence of coronavirus. You can find an up-to-date list of these countries here.

Instructions on coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are based on a risk assessment that considers the following factors:

  • the coronavirus situation in your country of origin
  • the purpose and length of your stay
  • any potential symptoms.

FINENTRY gives you personalised instructions on what actions you need to take.

More about FINENTRY service.
More about coronavirus tests and self-quarantine.

The regulations for Finland’s border traffic have changed. You can find the instructions and restrictions regarding entry on the Finnish Border Guard’s website.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, travellers entering the country may be subject to some of the following measures:

  • coronavirus testing
  • self-quarantine
  • official quarantine.

The need for these measures is assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Instructions on coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are based on a risk assessment that considers the following factors:

  • the coronavirus situation in your country of origin
  • the purpose and length of your stay
  • any potential symptoms.

FINENTRY gives you personalised instructions on what actions you need to take.

More about FINENTRY service.
More about coronavirus tests and self-quarantine.

I am a Finnish citizen or resident and returning to Finland from abroad

Finnish citizens and people who live in Finland on a permanent basis have the right to return to Finland in spite of the coronavirus pandemic. Family members of Finnish citizens are also permitted to enter the country regardless of their nationality.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, travellers entering the country may be subject to some of the following measures:

  • coronavirus testing
  • self-quarantine
  • official quarantine.

The need for these measures is assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Instructions on coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are based on a risk assessment that considers the following factors:

  • the coronavirus situation in your country of origin
  • the purpose and length of your stay
  • any potential symptoms.

Coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are not necessary if you are travelling to Finland from a country with a low incidence of coronavirus. You can find an up-to-date list of these countries here.

FINENTRY gives you personalised instructions on what actions you need to take.

More about FINENTRY service.
More about coronavirus tests and self-quarantine.

I am travelling to Finland as a tourist

The regulations for Finland’s border traffic have changed. You can find the instructions and restrictions regarding entry on the Finnish Border Guard’s website.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, travellers entering the country may be subject to some of the following measures:

  • coronavirus testing
  • self-quarantine
  • official quarantine.

The need for these measures is assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are not necessary if you are travelling to Finland from a country with a low incidence of coronavirus. You can find an up-to-date list of these countries here.

Instructions on coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are based on a risk assessment that considers the following factors:

  • the coronavirus situation in your country of origin
  • the purpose and length of your stay
  • any potential symptoms.

FINENTRY gives you personalised instructions on what actions you need to take.

More about FINENTRY service.
More about coronavirus tests and self-quarantine.

I am entering Finland for the purpose of work or studies or for another necessary reason

The regulations for Finland’s border traffic have changed. You can find the instructions and restrictions regarding entry on the Finnish Border Guard’s website.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, travellers entering the country may be subject to some of the following measures:

  • coronavirus testing
  • self-quarantine
  • official quarantine.

The need for these measures is assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Instructions on coronavirus testing and self-quarantine are based on a risk assessment that considers the following factors:

  • the coronavirus situation in your country of origin
  • the purpose and length of your stay
  • any potential symptoms.

FINENTRY gives you personalised instructions on what actions you need to take.

More about FINENTRY service.
More about coronavirus tests and self-quarantine.

How to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

Maintain good hand hygiene and cough etiquette.

Keep a distance of at least 2 metres from others.

If keeping a distance is not possible, wear a face mask.

If you start having symptoms, get a coronavirus test and then stay at home or at your place of accommodation.

Let’s work together to make sure you have a safe stay in Finland in spite of the coronavirus pandemic!