Information for travelers arriving in Vaasa
Information for travelers arriving in Vaasa, Finland (updated 1st September 2021)
Passengers arriving to Finland are tested for the coronavirus if they do not have: a certificate of a negative test taken no more than 72 hours ago or a certificate of a Covid-19 infection up to six months ago (> 11 days but <180 days). We strongly recommend that you avoid contact with other people until you have received a negative test result.
- A person who has been vaccinated twice does not need to be tested if less than 6 months have passed since the second dose of a vaccine.
- A person who has had a confirmed Covid-19 infection within 6 months does not need to be tested.
- A person who has had a confirmed Covid-19 infection and who has received one dose of a vaccine also does not need to be tested.
- A person who has received one dose of a vaccine will be tested no earlier than 72 hours after arrival.
- A child born in 2005 or later will not be tested.
Personal data and travel plans are collected from passengers who do not have a valid corona certificate and from people who have received only one dose of a vaccine. The information is sent to the doctor responsible for infectious diseases in the municipality.