On 12 October 2021, the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) issued new health safety recommendations for early childhood education, schools, educational institutes and universities.Read more »
There are more than 80 events for children and young people in Helsinki during the autumn break week. Most of the autumn break events offered by the City are free of charge and even those that are subject to a fee are affordable. The entire autumn break programme has now been compiled in one place on the tapahtumat.hel.fi website for the first time. In Helsinki, the autumn break starts on Friday 15 October and ends on Sunday 24 October.Read more »
In Helsinki, over 11 000 12–15-year-old children and young people received COVID-19 vaccinations at schools in August, September and October. In the future, 12–15-year-olds can receive COVID-19 vaccinations at vaccination points.Read more »
The youth facilities of the City of Helsinki will continue their operations almost normally when the restrictions on assembly are lifted on 30 September 2021. During the COVID-19 period, new youth centres have been opened in different parts of Helsinki.Read more »
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