The coronavirus situation in Jyväskylä is calming down again.
In accordance with the Government's guidelines, upper secondary schools are proposed to be transferred to distance education for the period from 8
When the covid-19 infection spike occurred three weeks ago in Jyväskylä, the city imposed extensive quarantines and ordered pupils in grades 7-9 to
Last week, the disease was transmitted in following occasions:
Earlier on Sunday 31 of January it was decided that 7th- 9th graders will move to distance education for a week.
Following recommendations and restrictions are in force until the end of February in Jyväskylä
Following THL's recommendation, City of Jyväskylä has decided to recommend the use of face mask in comprehensive schools to all over 12 years of ag
The recommendation to use a face mask also applies to children in school transport.
The performances of the Jyväskylä City Theatre and Jyväskylä Sinfonia are cancelled until 17 January 2021.
The Regional State Administrative Agency of Western and Inner Finland prohibits indoor and outdoor public events and general meetings attended by m
The City highlights that you only should visit the housing units of the aged people and services for disabled persons when you are completely healt
By using the Omaolo symptom assessment the user receives the recommendation for how to deal with the situation guiding to the medical treatment.
During this week, there have already been 37 positive test results in the Jyväskylä health services (the situation on 24 September). The incidence
City of Jyväskylä continues to tackle coronavirus testing backlog
Jyväskylä’s coronavirus testing service has been overwhelmed with demand,
The experiment started at the Jyväskylä housing units for the elderly and the mentally handicapped on organising meetings with family members outdo
The closure also includes self-service libraries, library busses and self-service returns.
No delay fees are given during the closure.
On Friday 13 March, the Central Finland Hospital District announced that the demand for coronavirus sampling exceeds iCentral finland Hospital Dist
Coronavirus vaccines are being developed at an unprecedented rate, and an enormous amount of resources has been allocated to their development around the world.
Coronavirus vaccines are evaluated on the same quality, safety and efficacy criteria as other medicines. The authorities for medicinal products only grant a marketing authorisation to a vaccine that has been scientifically demonstrated to be both effective and safe. Safety is also monitored after the vaccine is in the market.
Age is by far the most significant risk factor for COVID-19. Therefore vaccinations will be administered to the aged first.
- Vaccinations for those turning 85 this year and those older than that were initiated on 11 February 2021.
- Vaccinations for those between 80 and 84 years of age will begin on the week of 22 February 2021
Those over 80 years of age will receive, as instructed on the national level, coronavirus vaccines developed by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna.
You always need an appointment for a coronavirus vaccination administered by Jyväskylä, Hankasalmi, and Uurainen.
In the first phase, those over 80 years of age will be vaccinated. All those over 80 will be contacted by health care services and a vaccination appointment made. At that time, appointments will also be offered to others living in the same household. If a person aged over 80 has not received a phone call from the health services by 24 February 2021, they should call their own health clinic and ask for an appointment.
The coronavirus vaccinations will proceed, as directed by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, starting from the most aged and moving towards ever younger people, while taking those most at risk into account.
Why the vaccinations?
The coronavirus vaccine protects you from infection by the novel coronavirus and the severe forms of illness it causes. A sufficient vaccination coverage can prevent the spread of the virus among the populace. The coronavirus vaccine is offered to the entire population free of charge. Vaccinations are always voluntary.
updated on 26 March 2020
Face mask recommendation
Following the National Institute for Health and Welfare's (THL) recommendation (8 January 2021), the use of face masks is recommended to all Jyväskylä residents over the age 12 until further notice.
The use of face masks is recommended in the following settings:
On this page, we’ve assembled measures and procedures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus which the Jyväskylä municipal early childhood education services have adopted so far. This page will be updated as the situation develops.
On this site, you will find details of the policies and measures that have been introduced for schools in Jyväskylä to prevent the spread of coronavirus. They will shape how our local schools operate in the 2020/21 academic year. The site will be updated as new information becomes available.
Updated on 28 August 2020