The experiment started at the Jyväskylä housing units for the elderly and the mentally handicapped on organising meetings with family members outdo
You are still able to drive with your own bike or pedal car if you consider the existing restrictions concerning public gatherings and safe distanc
Between May 8 and 29 customers can only pick up materials they have reserved online as well as return their loans.
Going back to school, the approaching summer holidays, the coronavirus pandemic, relationships with friends, loneliness etc.
In line with government policy, primary and lower secondary schools will restart classroom teaching on 14 May, 2020.
From 8 to 29 May, 2020, reservations can be collected from the Main Library and from Palokka, Vaajakoski, Korpilahti and Kortepohja libraries.
In line with government policy, Jyväskylä is opening its sports facilities. Outdoor sports facilities will be opened on Thursday, 14 May.
As of Friday, 24 April, coronavirus tests will be taken not only at Kyllö Health Centre but also at Palokka Health Centre.
Maternity and child health clinics help pregnant mothers and babies but also support families with older children
Maternity and child heal
Information on the coronavirus, for instance, what to do if you get ill or if you are quarantined, is provided in English, Russian, Arabic, Swahili
Many families are worried and burdened because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Schools will then arrange the delivery of food and let families know where and when they can pick up their food bags.
The City of Jyväskylä and its day care services hope that families will continue to care for their children at home, if possible, as recommended by
The adjustments will not take place immediately.
The opening hours are the same as before: Monday 10-17 and Tuesday to Friday 10-16.
As recommended by the government, families are advised to care for their children at home, if possible.
The closure also includes self-service libraries, library busses and self-service returns.
No delay fees are given during the closure.
The City of Jyväskylä will also comply with the new government recommendations and will close or limit the activities of e.g.
On Friday 13 March, the Central Finland Hospital District announced that the demand for coronavirus sampling exceeds iCentral finland Hospital Dist
On this page you find a summary of basic education and school services in Jyväskylä during the coronavirus pandemic. The page will be updated regularly as more information becomes available.
The symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19) include fever, cough and shortness of breath. Most of those catching the virus have a normal respiratory inflection, or a cold. If you do not have severe symptoms, stay at home and rest.
It is important to prevent the virus from spreading to other people for whom the virus may be dangerous. The virus may be dangerous for old people in particular and for those with other lung and heart diseases.
Coronavirus tests are only performed for those with the most critical detection of infection.
Directions for quarantine or isolation
Dear resident. You have been placed into quarantine or isolation in order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus infection. It's vital that you observe the associated directions during your quarantine or isolation; otherwise, you risk exposing more people to potential infection.