Coronavirus The Helsinki Swimming Stadium may have been exposed to the coronavirus for several days in June-July

The city urges people to monitor their well-being for 14 days until July 20th.

Helsinki several dates have been traced to the swimming stadium, with individuals who have subsequently received a positive corona test result.

These days are June 24, June 27-June 29, July 1. and 4-6 July.

The city urges people who have visited the swimming stadium during these days to monitor their condition closely for 14 days until 20 July 2021.

You should apply for the test immediately if even mild symptoms occur and stay home waiting for the result.

Nearby contacts, especially in the elderly and at-risk groups, are recommended to be avoided until a negative test result is obtained and the symptoms have resolved.

Symptoms of coronavirus infection include fever, cough, headache, muscle aches, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, loss of sense of smell or taste, nausea, diarrhea, and abnormal fatigue.

The 1,500-person crowd was removed from the swimming stadium this week. There is no mask requirement in the changing rooms.

The National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) recommends the use of a face mask for those over 15 years of age whenever close contact cannot be avoided.



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