The government proposal on legislation concerning the reform of public employment and business services (TE services) has been circulated in municipalities for commenting. In the reform, the organisation of the TE services will be transferred from the central government to the local governments. The
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Wilma is an electronic service which is a communication tool used between the schools and home. In Vantaa, Wilma is used both in basic education and high schools."
The Helsinki Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommends to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland that it lifts the current restrictions on public events in the metropolitan area as of 14 February, if the development of the loads placed on hospitals continues
The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommends to the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland that indoor public seating be allowed at 50 per cent capacity from 8 February, onwards. However, it is also recommended that the maximum number of participants be limited
The ultimate goal of this cooperation is to build a string basis for the relationship between a child's parents and the early childhood education personnel.
The load placed by the coronavirus pandemic on social and health care services in the Helsinki metropolitan area has remained high and non-urgent activities have had to be largely reduced. At the moment, however, it seems that the increase in the load has stopped and has begun to decrease in the