Information and advice on the coronavirus
The Government website contains decisions by the Government, information produced by the ministries on the effects of the coronavirus on different administrative sectors as well as topical material on the coronavirus from all ministries.
The Government will hold a briefing on the coronavirus situation on Friday 3 April at 10.15.
The topics of the briefing will be support for entrepreneurs and funding for enterprises as well as measures that will be used to help private persons and companies in financial distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Minister of Justice Anna-Maja Henriksson and Minister of Economic Affairs Mika Lintilä will be present at the briefing.
Briefing on the coronavirus situation on 2 April
Exceptional arrangements for early childhood education and care and school education
The Government held a briefing on the coronavirus situation on 2 April. It focused on the restrictions in the administrative branch of the Ministry of Education and Culture to be extended until 13 May.
Minister of Education Li Andersson and Minister of Science and Culture Hanna Kosonen were present at the briefing.
- Valtioneuvoston johtaminen
- Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
- Ministry for Foreign Affairs
- Ministry of Education and Culture
- Ministry of the Interior
- Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry
- Ministry of Transport and Communications
- Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
- Ministry of Justice
- Ministry of Finance
Kela: Update on the corona situationInformation regarding the effects of the coronavirus situation on Kela's benefits, services and the processing of applications.
Questions on coronavirus and occupational safety and healthThe Occupational Safety and Health Authorities advise employers and employees on issues related to employment relationship and occupational safety. Guidance on the coronavirus epidemic has been collected under Frequently Asked Questions.
Guidelines for workplaces to prevent coronavirus infectionInstructions for employers on how to prepare for the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19). How should people act and protect themselves in their work if they may be involved with a person infected with coronavirus COVID-19?
Regional State Administrative AgenciesThere are six Regional State Administrative Agencies in Finland. The agencies work in close collaboration with local authorities.
Frequently asked questions with answers about travel and coronavirusFrequently asked questions with answers about travel and coronavirus.