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Take care of travel safety - yours and others’

21.01.2021
Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare THL has given a recommendation on the use of face masks in public transport where close contacts cannot always be avoided.

 

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public transport
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Kasvomaskia käyttävä mies menossa Linkki-linja-autoon. Image Katja Kauppila

Jyväskylä gives an extensive mask recommendation to its residents over the age of 15 for two weeks - masks must always be worn in all indoor public places as well as at public events.

25.09.2020
The city also appeals to student organisations to further postpone student events. Jyväskylä recommends extensive use of face masks to all its residents over the age of 15 during the next two weeks. The reason is the growing number of Covid-19 infections in Jyväskylä and the estimate that an acceleration phase of the disease is underway in Jyväskylä.

During this week, there have already been 37 positive test results in the Jyväskylä health services (the situation on 24 September). The incidence

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Naisella ja miehellä kasvomaskit linja-autossa. Image Hanna-Kaisa Hämäläinen

Welcome safely to our concerts!

28.08.2020
Please acquaint yourself with our safety instructions before arriving at concerts.

Stay at home if ill

Please stay at home if you have any symptoms of flu.

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Ylikapellimestari Ville Matvejeff. Image Jiri Halttunen

Two new self-service libraries launched in Jyväskylä, age restrictions lifted

10.02.2020
Palokan ja Vaajakosken aluekirjastojen aukioloajat laajenevat merkittävästi maanantaista 3.2.2020 alkaen. Kirjastot ovat avoinna omatoimikirjastoina varsinaisten palveluaikojen ulkopuolella aamuisin, iltaisin, viikonloppuisin ja pyhinä. Myös omatoimikirjastoaikojen ikäraja on poistunut.

The libraries in Palokka and Vaajakoski will operate extended opening hours from Monday, 3 February 2020.

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kirjasto
omatoimikirjasto
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Lukeva tyttö Palokan kirjastossa. Image Hanna-Kaisa Hämäläinen