Finland to let restaurants, theatres reopen from June

Finland to let restaurants, theatres reopen from June

Finland will lift some coronavirus restrictions from June 1, allowing restaurants to reopen gradually and public services including libraries, theatres and sports facilities to start operating again, the government said.
Essential travel, such as work-related journeys, to countries in Europe’s Schengen open-border area will be allowed from May 14, Interior Minister Maria Ohisalo said.

Professional sports events and competitions will also restart from June 1, under “special arrangements”, including restrictions on the crowd, the government said.

As of Monday, Finland had 240 deaths and 5,327 confirmed coronavirus cases, according to health authorities.

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