City of Jyväskylä reacts to restrictions on the use of the COVID-19 passport
The Regional State Administrative Agency for Western and Inland Finland has issued the restriction on public events and general meetings in Central Finland. The order prohibits all indoor public events and general meetings attended by more than fifty people. The decision is valid until 5 January 2022. This decision doesn’t contain any other restrictions on the use of recreational or customer facilities.
The COVID-19 passport will not be asked in the city's services as of 30 December - libraries will remain open, the start of the spring season of Jyväskylä Sinfonia and City Theatre will be postponed.
The City of Jyväskylä's policy issued on 23 December 2019 on the use of the COVID-19 passport is removed.
The COVID-19 passport will not be asked for in the city's services as of 30 December. Libraries will remain open and the start of the spring season of Jyväskylä Sinfonia and City Theatre will be postponed.
As of 30 December 2021, in the City of Jyväskylä’s museums, libraries, swimming pools and gyms coronavirus passports are no longer asked. The aim is to ensure the safety of the premises with safety distances and the use of facemasks and hygiene instructions, as before.
The City of Jyväskylä will maintain the restrictions issued on 23 December that are forced until 16 January concerning indoor sports for adults in the city-owned premises and the self-service hours of city libraries.
The city also reminds of the broad mask recommendation for people over the age of 12.