Now tourists do not need to show vaccination certificates
Finland lifted all restrictions on the entry of Russians
From July 1, Finland lifted all coronavirus restrictions on entry into the country for tourists, including Russians.< /p>
Now tourists do not need to show vaccination certificates, as well as tests for COVID-19. Only a valid visa is required to enter.
Helsinki expects that this will cause an increase in the number of tourists in the country, and they separately note the types of Russians: “The volume of traffic is influenced, in particular, by the desire of Russians to travel and the number of visa".
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