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The restrictions on movement due the COVID-19 Pandemic have been eased starting from 18 October. Cultural and entertainment as well as tourism services remain closed, public services are open with certain restrictions. Essential services, such as post offices and banks are open. Restaurants and cafés are closed to customers, but open for food delivery and takeout. Schools are closed with the exception of preschools. Gatherings are restricted up to 10 persons indoors and up to 20 persons outdoors. Public transport is running with limited services. Wearing face mask is mandatory in public. Rules and regulations might change in short notice.
Our customer service is currently closed, with the exception of consular emergencies and urgent matters, due to the lockdown imposed by the Israeli Government. You can reach us by phone from Monday to Friday 09 - 12. We apologize for any inconvenience.
According to the Government decision made in September, restrictions on entry may be lifted for traffic between Finland and those EU and Schengen countries and the counties on the green list specified by the Council of the EU where the incidence of COVID-19 has not exceeded 25 new cases per 100,000 persons in the previous 14 days. The Government assesses the situation in different countries once a week. This news article will be updated with changes to the guidance and restrictions.