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Wear a face mask in social and health care services

We recommend that everyone over the age of 12 uses a face mask in all facilities within social and health care services.

Read more here: Coronavirus updates from Helsinki


Service centres have opened supported activities for small groups

All other activities at the Service centres will remain closed for now, e.g. gyms and restaurants..

Supported group activities are opened in the Service centres for clients who are in need of special support. The participants will be invited to the groups separately.

Read more: Service centre group activities, day activities for the elderly and short-term care will open in June


The services and activities of service centres are intended for retired and unemployed people.

Service centre operations include recreational and leisure activities such as manual skills, study circles and other group activities, physical exercise, programmed activities, excursions, spiritual activities, peer group activities, volunteering, and social and health counselling.

Current information about groups and activities can be found in the event calendar and on the groups’ own web pages.

Most service centre activities are free of charge. Customers must present a valid service centre card to use the services. The service centre cafeterias and cafes are open to everybody.



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