Mobile libraries return to service starting April 6
Jyväskylä continues to fight coronavirus with current restrictions – upper secondary schools continue in contact teaching after skiing holidays
The Emergency Management Team of the City of Jyväskylä reviewed the Government's recommendation on the additional restrictions.
The Covid-19 situation calming down in Jyväskylä - Sports restrictions for under 18 years old will be released and libraries and museums will be opened to the public from 15 February 2021
The Emergency Management Team stated in its meeting today (12 February) that since the infection situation has calmed down, sports activities for u
Pupils in grades 7-9 return to classroom learning and youth services facilities open again in Jyväskylä – other restrictions in force in accordance with the coronavirus spread phase
The need for hospital care has not increased much in Jyväskylä.
The page contains instructions, recommendations and restrictions on coronavirus, including in different languages. For residents of Jyväskylä, Uurainen and Hankasalmi, the coronavirus helpline is +358 14 266 0133.
Those who have recently moved to Jyväskylä will receive a text message and a letter from the City, both written in their own languages.
On Friday 13 March, the Central Finland Hospital District announced that the demand for coronavirus sampling exceeds iCentral finland Hospital Dist
The information provided by the National Institution for Health and Welfare and the developments in other countries suggest that the number of thos
It is important to prevent the virus from spreading to other people for whom the virus may be dangerous. The virus may be dangerous for old people in particular and for those with other lung and heart diseases.
What should I do if I get ill?
If you have normal cold symptoms, such as cough or fever, stay at home and rest.