“The decree will come into force on July 12 and will be valid until August 31,” the Cabinet of Ministers said.
According to Yle portal, from July 12, tourists will be able to freely come to Finland from countries where the incidence rate in the past two weeks did not exceed ten cases per 100 thousand people, instead of the current 25 cases.
Visitors from the list of countries with a low incidence of coronavirus do not need to present a certificate with information about vaccination, previous infection or negative test result.
This list includes Australia, Hong Kong, Iceland, Israel, China, Macau, Malta, Poland, San Marino, Singapore, New Zealand, the Vatican, as well as eight municipalities in Norway.
As it was reported earlier, Finland has strengthened quarantine since March 9 in order to prevent mass infection.
Besides, municipal elections, which were to be held in April, were postponed to June due to the deterioration of the coronavirus situation.