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Finland: No more restrictions for non-vaccinated visitors

Finland‘s authorities have declared that entrance restrictions for travelers from 12 countries will be lifted, regardless of the traveler’s vaccination status, after the epidemiological situation in those countries is assessed.


Travelers from Australia, Chile, South Korea, Bahrain, Canada, Rwanda, Qatar, Ukraine, Singapore, and Uruguay will no longer be restricted as of October 18.  

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Furthermore, the Finnish Ministry of the Interior announced that entrance restrictions for all travelers on the European Union’s COVID-19 safe list have been eliminated.


“Countries on the EU Green List are those with a sufficiently favorable disease status that the European Union Council has voted to allow free movement within the EU. “Previously, Finland imposed a 25 percent interest rate limit on these countries (maximum 25 cases per 100,000 people in two weeks) as a traffic restriction,” according to a statement released by the same Ministry.

Travelers from other countries, on the other hand, are allowed to enter Finland without having to follow entry requirements if they have legitimate documentation of Coronavirus vaccination, according to Finnish authorities. The cheapest nicest hotels in Finland for October 2021 Check Prices


Finland now recognizes the following vaccinations as valid proof of vaccination:

Comirnaty Pfizer-BioNTech

Spikevax, formerly Moderna

Vaxzevria, formerly AstraZeneca

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)

BIBP / Sinopharm




Due to the COVID-19 scenario, Finland’s authorities have maintained entry restrictions and other precautionary measures in order to prevent another outbreak of diseases. 

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Despite the pandemic, Finland’s officials have begun to relax entry requirements for all anyone wanting to enter the nation from countries with fewer COVID-19 cases recently, as part of the government’s efforts to make travel easier.

According to the World Health Organization, Finland has recorded 149,174 COVID-19 infection cases and 1,112 fatalities since the outbreak began.

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