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    The impacts of Coronavirus in North Karelia

    last updated 26.6.2020

    This page contains useful links and information for international travelers planning to visit Nort Karelia during the coronavirus pandemic.

    Getting in and around North Karelia

    Traveling to Finland from abroad is becoming allowed again. Please check valid information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.
    At the moment North Karelia can be reached by train, by bus or by car. You can also fly from Helsinki to Kuopio, rent a car and drive to Joensuu in one hour. The most convenient way of moving inside North Karelia is by car. A bike is a good option for short distances.


    Official hygiene and healt care guidance

    The Finnish Institure for Health and Welfare provides the official information about coronavirus.

    VisitFinland has also gathered a coronavirus guidance for travelers to Finland.  

    There have been only few confirmed coronavirus cases in North Karelia since the end of April. (last updated 26.6.2020) However, the situation impacts on the opening hours of local tourist services. Please check the service hours of attracions and activities on the companies’ own channels. Hiking trails and other nature amenities are open.

    In case you are feeling ill during your holiday, please contact the health care service of your travel insurance for advice. If you don’t have a travel insurance, follow the instructions of Siun Sote which is the local public health care provider in the area. General emergency number in Finland is 112.

    Take care of yourself and the others and enjoy your holiday in North Karelia!