Finland open to vaccinated travellers from EU & Schengen countries

Effective June 21, travellers from EU & Schengen countries can enter Finland if they meet the following criteria:

 

    • They have a valid Covid-19 vaccination certificate, showing that they have received two doses of a vaccine 14 days prior.
    • They can present a certificate showing that they have recovered from Covid-19 and have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at least 7 days prior.
    • They can present a certificated showing that they have recovered from Covid-19 within the last 6 months.

 

The certificate needs to be in English, Finnish or Swedish. Travellers do not need to quarantine or take a test at the border if they fulfil the aforementioned requirements.

 

Finland is also accepting travellers from countries where the incidence of Covid-19 is less than 25 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. As of June 21, this includes Iceland, the Vatican, Malta, Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and South Korea. Residents of Poland, Romania, San Marino and Monaco. However due to the fast changing nature of Covid-19 infection rates, travellers should double-check before heading to the airport.

 

Travellers from the above countries will not need to quarantine or take a test at the border. All other travellers will be subject to testing and may need to quarantine.

 

For more information on certificates, please check here: https://valtioneuvosto.fi/en/information-on-coronavirus

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