For very high-risk councils: retail food trade until 9 pm during the week and until 7 pm on weekends and holidays; Non-food retail trade and provision of services until 9:00 pm during the week and until 3:30 pm on weekends and holidays. For high-risk councils: Food and non-food retail trade and provision of services until 9 pm; 01/08/2021: retail trade establishments start to operate according to the hours of the respective licensing.
Persons entering Finland born in 2005 or earlier are still required to have either a certificate of coronavirus disease within six months; an acceptable coronavirus vaccination series obtained or a coronavirus test showing a negative result before entering Finland. A Government decree may exempt those coming from low-risk countries from the border health security measures of the Communicable Diseases Act. According to the regulation; a certificate or coronavirus test is not required for a person who has only resided in Bhutan; Hong Kong; Indonesia; India; Japan; China; Kuwait; Macao; Saudi Arabia; Taiwan; New Zealand; the Vatican or the southern part...
Restaurants serving alcohol may be open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Non-drinking restaurants may be open from 05:00 until 01:00. Restrictions on opening hours do not apply to service station restaurants or takeaway sales. Indoors; the customer must have their own seating at a table or level.
Restaurants serving alcohol may be open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Non-drinking restaurants may be open from 05:00 until 01:00. Restrictions on opening hours do not apply to service station restaurants or takeaway sales. Dispensing is allowed from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 75% of the customer seats are used in food restaurants (indoors) and 50% in indoor restaurants (indoors and outdoors). Indoors; the customer must have their own seating.
Any gathering exceeding 300 people is prohibited. However; events up to 2000 people are allowed; provided that they are subject to a health protocol accepted in advance by the Health Directorate; which defines the health measures that must be observed. This applies to libraries; open-air museums; zoos; galleries and parks; 28/10/2021: Any gathering exceeding 2;000 people is prohibited. Any gathering between 11 and up to 50 people inclusive is subject to the condition that people wear a mask and observe a minimum distance of 2 meters. For gatherings between 51 people and 2;000 people; the assignment of a seat must...
If you've returned from an areas subject to travel restrictions you should restrict your movement for 14 days; 04/02/2021: A legal requirement to quarantine has been introduced for all travellers (except if your journey originates in Northern Ireland) – with very limited exceptions. 14-day quarantine period must be undertaken at the address specified on the Passenger Locator Form. You may leave to take a RT-PCR test no less than 5 days after your arrival – if you receive written confirmation that the result of this test is negative/‘not detected’ your period of quarantine can end; 26/03/2021: Mandatory hotel quarantine. All...
Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas
Negative RT-PCR test result tested within 48 hours prior to departure or a professionally administered negative antigen test result tested within 24 hours prior to departure required for unvaccinated passengers
Passenger Locator Form
Passengers must submit a Case Investigation Form (e-CIF) upon arrival
Returning overseas Filipinos (ROFs) and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) who are not residing in Cebu province (non-residents in Cebu) will be required to present a letter of acceptance (LOA) obtained from their local government unit (LGU) of destination when travelling to Cebu.