Finnish Government tightens travel restrictions at internal and external borders

Updated: Dec 29, 2020

Internal border control will be reinstated for traffic between Finland and Iceland, Greece, Malta, Germany, Norway, and Denmark.

Traffic across border crossing points between Finland and Sweden and between Finland and Norway will be permitted between local border communities, even though Sweden and Norway exceed the limit values set by the Government for the incidence of the disease. Although the European Commission has emphasized the equal treatment of Member States in the epidemic, an exception can be made with regard to local border communities.  

The 14-day incidence rate in Italy, Lithuania, Slovakia, and Estonia exceeds the limit value 8 but is currently (on 15 August 2020) below 10. Internal border control will therefore not be reinstated for traffic between Finland and these countries.

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