Suspicious or forged COVID-19 certificates are becoming more common in Central Finland
Gemäß einer berichten According to Helsingin Sanomat, the Central Finnish authorities have had to face more and more forged or suspicious COVID-19 documents during the spring and summer.
Local entrepreneurs in the municipalities of Äänekoski, Saarijärvi, Keuruu, Joutsa and Laukaa have announced that they have received suspiciously authentic COVID-19 certificates from seasonal workers coming to Finland from abroad.
To date, there have been at least 50 cases. Although vaccination certificates are standardized in the EU, many seasonal workers from non-EU countries arrive with handwritten certificates that are ambiguous and difficult to verify.
Finnair will offer low-cost COVID-19 tests to tourists from August
The Finnish flagship Finnair has announced that it will offer rapid antigen tests to passengers from 4 August. The tests, which cost 65 euros each, are administered by Finnair Health Services at the airline’s headquarters at Tietotie 9 (near the airport in Helsinki).
The test can be booked Online with a Finnish personal identity number. Customers can download test results and an English certificate from My Kanta within two hours.
A negative COVID-19 test result is a mandatory requirement for several Asian and European countries. Finnair intends to expand the number of test sites in the country in the near future.
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