As of June 30, the coronavirus entry requirements will be lifted for all international travelers into Finland. The Finnish Interior Ministry approved changes so that travelers do not have to show vaccination status, proof of a negative test or testing upon arrival.
Finland now joins its neighboring countries (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania) who also have all removed entry requirements.
Prior to this news, there was a long list of restrictions put in front of travelers but will now be suspended. Previously the only travelers who could enter the country without restrictions included:
Finnish citizens or foreign nationalsThose from non-Schengen EU countries or countries on the EU’s
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