En De
Total doses
given
12.8M
People fully
vaccinated
4.3M
% Fully
vaccinated
78.45%
Masks
Recommended in certain public areas and public transport
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Visa
Visa not required for 30 countries
Permission
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

20.09.2022

Official quarantine is based on an official decision made by a communicable disease control physician. A communicable disease control physician may order an asymptomatic person to be quarantined if he or she has been exposed to a generally hazardous infectious disease. In the case of Covid-19; the quarantine period is usually 14 days. Official quarantine cannot be shortened by taking coronavirus tests. Self-quarantine is recommended for a person waiting for the result of a coronavirus test or a person arriving in Finland from a country with a high incidence of coronavirus. The length of travel-related self-quarantine can be shortened by taking coronavirus tests. When you are in either self-quarantine or official quarantine; you must avoid close contact with people outside your own household; 09/05/2022: The infectious disease authority in the person's home municipality provides detailed instructions on quarantine and ending quarantine.

20.09.2022

If you fall ill with COVID-19; a communicable disease control physician will order you to be isolated. The physician will tell you how long your isolation will last. You will also receive other instructions. Try to avoid contact with your family members as well; 09/05/2022: An infectious disease control physician may order you to isolate because you have been diagnosed with coronavirus and could therefore transmit the virus to others.

26.08.2022

31/08/20 Contact tracing app produced by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL).; 30/06/2022: The application was discontinued.

05.07.2022

Self-quarantine is recommended for those arriving in Finland from countries subject to internal border control (restriction category 1). On 20/08/2020; people returning from those countries required to self-quarantine for two weeks; 11/11/2020: entry to Finland is possible without mandatory testing or quarantine from countries with a maximum of 25 new Covid-19 cases per 100;000 persons during the previous 14 days; 20/11/2020: border controls have been lifted for travel between Finland and a number of different countries and there is currently no requirement to self-isolate when entering Finland from these countries; 29/01/2021: A 10-day quarantine is recommended for people arriving in Finland from “red” and “grey” countries; 12/02/2021: A 14-day period of self-isolation is recommended for travellers arriving in Finland from high-incidence countries; 07/07/2021: All travellers from high-risk countries must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine. As an alternative; they can submit to a double testing procedure; 12/07/2021: A 14-day period of self-isolation is required for travellers arriving in Finland from high-risk countries that do not take the two Covid-19 tests; or that have positive test results.; 1/07/2022: all entry restrictions lifted.

25.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

Entry requirements depend on the guidelines for border traffic, according to Finland’s own national classification of risk areas. There are no entry restrictions when arriving from EU and Schengen countries. However, all passengers (born in 2006 and earlier) arriving in Finland have to go through health security measures, which may include checking certificates or COVID-19 tests.

Note: All travellers arriving in Finland are still bound by the obligations stated in the Communicable Diseases Act

21.12.2021

Isolation rules in the source. If you fall ill with COVID-19; a communicable disease control physician will order you to be isolated. The physician will tell you how long your isolation will last. You will also receive other instructions. Try to avoid contact with your family members as well.

17.11.2021

Contact tracing and quarantine publicly communicated; explanation of an instance of conducting contact tracing. Note that contact tracing in general done since earlier. Not all details in public communication.

17.11.2021

31/08/20 Contact tracing app produced by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL)

18.08.2021

Self-quarantine is recommended for those arriving in Finland from countries subject to internal border control (restriction category 1). On 20/08/2020; people returning from those countries required to self-quarantine for two weeks; 11/11/2020: entry to Finland is possible without mandatory testing or quarantine from countries with a maximum of 25 new Covid-19 cases per 100;000 persons during the previous 14 days; 20/11/2020: border controls have been lifted for travel between Finland and a number of different countries and there is currently no requirement to self-isolate when entering Finland from these countries; 29/01/2021: A 10-day quarantine is recommended for people arriving in Finland from “red” and “grey” countries; 12/02/2021: A 14-day period of self-isolation is recommended for travellers arriving in Finland from high-incidence countries; 07/07/2021: All travellers from high-risk countries must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine. As an alternative; they can submit to a double testing procedure; 12/07/2021: A 14-day period of self-isolation is required for travellers arriving in Finland from high-risk countries that do not take the two Covid-19 tests; or that have positive test results.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

A 14-day period of self-isolation is recommended for travellers arriving in Finland from high-incidence countries. Travellers can shorten their self-isolation period if they take two COVID-19 tests, and the results are negative. The tests are necessary even if you have received two doses of corona vaccine.

20.03.2020

Quarantine for all arriving from abroad (14 days); both for working age (to be agreed with the employer) as well as students/schoolchildren. Mandatory but not enforced.