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29.12.2021

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Henkilö pitää kädessään puhelinta, josta näkyy koronapassi. Image Jaana Pinson

Indoor sports facilities will be closed to persons aged over 18 from 28 December 2021 to 16 January 2022

The Government of Finland decided that the use of the coronavirus passport will be restricted from 28 December 2021 for a period of three weeks. Restrictions on the use of coronavirus passport apply to moderate and high-risk events and facilities in the areas that are in the spread phase of the coronavirus.

Moderate risk facilities and situations include indoor sports facilities for team sports and group sports, as well as contact sports. Therefore the City of Jyväskylä will suspend the city's own sports groups and special sports groups from 28 December to 16 January 2022.

In addition, the city-owned indoor activities of team and contact sports over the age of 18 will be closed from 28 December 2021 to 16 January 2022.

Outdoor exercise in the city's own outdoor sports venues continues as usual. When indoor sports facilities and group sports are reopened to the public in January, a corona passport will be required.

The library's services will be limited and self-service libraries will be closed from 28 December to 16 January 2022.  

A coronavirus passport will be used in the low-risk situations

The City of Jyväskylä will expand the use of the coronaviruspassport as of 28 December in libraries, museums and swimming halls. 

In addition, the coronapassport will be introduced at individual sports facilities, such as the city's gyms. The use of coronavirus passports will also continue at the City Theatre and Jyväskylä Symphony. In the library, a coronavirus passport is required in the events that are organized in the library premises.

Maximum of 20 persons in private events

The city recommends that private events are organized with a maximum of 20 participants.

Basic education will start on 10 January 2022

Teaching will be organized safely so that groups do not mix. Early education continues normally.