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Traficom does not want to see any flights from the UK, Ireland or South Africa

Traficom does not want to see any flights from the UK, Ireland or South Africa


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Traficom has extended travel restrictions on passenger flights from the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa until January 25.

The Institute for Health and Welfare sees no reason to relax the regulations.

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Swedish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom has extended travel restrictions for passenger flights arriving from the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa until January 25.

The decision is based on a recommendation from the Institute for Health and Care and does not apply to flights, technical stops, cargo flights, ambulances, or so-called state trips that affect senior politicians.

The reason for the extended restrictions is the risk of new variants of the Coronavirus spreading to Finland on a large scale. New variants of the coronavirus are spreading faster and could thus exacerbate the infection situation in Finland as well.

According to the Institute for Health and Welfare The situation in the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa has not improved significantly since the restrictions were imposed. Several cases of new variants have been found in Finland.

The government will decide any new travel restrictions next Friday, January 22.

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