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Finland wants to reduce the validity of the PCR test for travelers


HELSINKI, 14 Dec Finnish authorities are discussing new restrictions on coronavirus-unvaccinated citizens crossing the border of the country, said the Minister for Family Affairs and Basic Basic Services Krista Kiuru. Vaccinated in Finland are people who have been vaccinated using drugs approved by WHO or the European Medical Regulator. There are no Russian vaccines among them. PCR tests up to 72 hours are currently valid for entry in Finland. people have a preliminary (PCR) test valid for less than 48 hours when entering from outside the EU-Schengen. We received a response to this proposal, and now we are still discussing what transitional period should be adopted for this, “the minister said on the air Public Broadcasting Corporation YLE. It clarified that the changes are related to the new strain of coronavirus “omicron.” In addition, all arrivals will be recommended to take a voluntary, free coronavirus test immediately upon return to Finland. The third step is mandatory testing for Covid of persons arriving from countries with rapid spread of the disease, such as the UK, Norway and Denmark. According to the National Institute for Health and Social Development (THL) and on December 10, 20 cases of infection with the omicron strain were registered in Finland.

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