Jyväskylä and Central Finland currently hosts over 1000 refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine. The Ukraine page contains information on what support and services are available in Jyväskylä for people fleeing the war in Ukraine and how you can help Ukrainians.
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
During this week a total of 47 coronavirus infections have been confirmed in Jyväskylä. Jyväskylä's incidence rate has also decreased. The need for hospital care has not increased significantly either. Approximately 80% of the origin of infections can be traced. Consequently, Jyväskylä has returned to the accelerating phase of the coronavirus.
The Emergency Management Team stated in its meeting today (12 February) that since the infection situation has calmed down, sports activities for u
City of Jyväskylä extends recommendations and restrictions on its services until the end of February - Mask recommendation applies to sixth graders
Following recommendations and restrictions are in force until the end of February in Jyväskylä