Helsingin sanomat newspaper reported Tuesday opinions Jussi SaneAn employee at THL who is currently consulting with the World Health Organization.
He said the pandemic will continue for as long as people believe in it, but the burden on health systems – a crucial indicator in his view – has begun to diminish and we are therefore nearing the end of the Covid pandemic.
Wednesday magazine carry answers to this idea. It’s not that simple Mikko Pietilä About the hospital district of Southwest Finland. He points out that there have been more deaths in the last three months than at any previous stage of the pandemic, so he doesn’t say that yet.
Asko Järvinen The Helsinki and Uusimaa hospital districts, which said on Tuesday that the Omicron wave may have been at its peak in the area, said the most effective restrictions were still necessary to ease the burden on health care.
"We may have seen the summit in the south, but it is not over yet," said Järvinen.
THL’s Director of Health Security Mika Salminenfor its part, it says it is misleading to talk about ending a pandemic because pandemics don’t end, but the “acute phase” may be close to a better situation with a lower risk of overcrowding in hospitals and serious illness.
Shortage of school nurses
Turku’s schools really do not call for an end to the pandemic, says the local newspaper Turku Sanomat reports on Wednesday that 12 city schools were on Monday without a school nurse largely due to sick leave.
There is an acute shortage of nurses in schools and health centers in the area, and many routine times are late or canceled, TS says.
Some schools have to send their own nurses to other schools, so regular inspections can take place and part of the gap can be closed at least momentarily.
Wolf hunting in Kuhmo
Helsingin Sanomat has shaking a wolf pack in Kuhmo, Eastern Finland, which will be hunted this year. All eight wolves in the herd were granted permission to shoot, but the decision has been challenged.
The herd is located in one of the most remote places in Finland, where there is a 25-kilometer-wide habitat on the Russian border and only one road has been cleared in winter. It is a road that leads to the border.
HS talks to a nature photographer Atte Haatajawho says that wolves have not become more courageous around humans – he says he was accidentally frightened by them many times in recent years while walking or skiing, and was unable to take photographs unless hidden.
In Finland, wolves are protected outside northern reindeer herding areas, but they are still licensed to shoot every year. So to control the population and increase people’s desire among wolves, but this herd is as wild as it is possible to find in Finland.
That is why Haataja wonders where a wolf can live in Finland, if not in such places. According to the Cross Office, the permits were issued because the wolves are not included in the Finnish population because they live partly in Russia.
Therefore, their loss is not reflected in Finnish statistics, so hunting can continue without reducing the officially recognized stock.
The Administrative Court of Northern Finland decides on an appeal against hunting permits.
Olympic goal match
Ilta-Sanomat has the latest controversy over the goalkeepers of the Finnish women’s hockey national team before the Beijing Olympics. Noora Rätya four-time Olympic winner with two bronzes will stay home after he was excluded from the team.
This decision raised eyebrows at least, but the coach Pasi Mustonen there was an explanation when he announced it last week. The chemistry between the three goalkeepers was important, and taking the top three players isn’t always the best way to do things.
However, after a backlash, he offered Retty a place as “the first goal reserve goalkeeper.” Räty would not be in the crowd, but if something happened to the number one Anni Keisalahe would join the team and take his place on the ice.
IS opinion piece pointed out the problems associated with it. First of all, it is a big vote of no confidence in the second goalkeeper, Meeri Räisänen. Secondly, the Chinese authorities have only approved four flights from Finland to the Olympic bubble.
The last is on February 9, before the semi-finals and semi-finals are played, leaving Finland with the second best option if Keisala is injured after leaving Helsinki.
Mustonen complained that Räty did not respond to the offer, but IS is skeptical about the offer itself. The magazine suggests that if Rätty and Mustonen’s relationship has deteriorated so far, he should have given up, he should have just said it and taken over.
In the current situation, he has shaken other goalkeepers, fed media disputes and ensured that Finland has more to lose than to win in the Olympic tournament. It is not a happy place for any Finnish team.
As for Räty, IS reports that he published a picture On Instagram yesterday looked carefree and happy, and the text: ‘Feeling FREE!
"I will not give up because of one bad number in my life. I will continue… my story does not end here!"’
Source: The Nordic Page
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