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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 to open on Monday, 4 October

Starting from Monday, 4 October, the service centres will open almost all their services that have been closed, such as gym activities, restaurant services and open group activities.

Larger events and gatherings will not be organised at the service centres as of yet.

There may be exceptions to the opening hours of the restaurants at the service centres. The number of customer places has been restricted in the restaurants.

More information on the services can be obtained from the information desk of your service centre.

We still wish that all clients will continue to follow the current protection guidelines. The wish is that clients will wear a face mask and remember to wash their hands and cough into their sleeve. This is to ensure that service centre visits are safe for all people.

Read more: Service centres and activity centres for kin care to open on Monday, 4 October

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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