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The very first Welcome to Vantaa EventArticle
The very first Welcome to Vantaa Event on 17.1.2023 at Tikkurila Library
Guardians to have wider proxy access to minors’ data in MaisaRelease
The Maisa portal will give guardians more opportunities to manage the affairs of their underage children. Starting May 21st, legal guardians can act on behalf of children under 18 in Maisa.
Compliant with government guidelines, National Emergency Supply Agency distributes home tests to schoolchildren and studentsNews
Compliant with the government guidelines, the National Emergency Supply Agency will distribute at-home Covid-19 tests (Coronavirus home tests) to students in basic education as well as in upper secondary education. The tests will be delivered to Vantaa in several batches. The tests will be handed
Daycare centers’, schools’, high schools’ and Varia’s face-mask recommendation ends after fall vacationNews
Elementary-school 6th-graders and older schoolchildren and students’ general face-mask recommendation at schools will end as of October 25, 2021.
Health security in schools and educational institutions during coronavirus pandemicNews
Vantaa elementary schools, high schools, and Vantaa Vocational College Varia have begun the fall term in contact instruction.
Youth facilities and indoor recreational activities for persons born in 2001 or later to open – earlier recommendations on private events and remote work continueNews
Youth facilities will be opened in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area to a limited degree on 3 May 2021. The focus of youth work will be on outdoor activities.
Helsinki Metropolitan Area to resume contact teaching – indoor hobby opportunities for persons aged 20 and younger prepared for openingNews
On Tuesday, 20 April 2021, the Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group outlined the opening of indoor hobby opportunities for persons aged 20.
Coronavirus coordination group implements the principle of children and youth first in lifting restrictions – outdoor activities for residents aged 20 and under to open up firstNews
The coordination group considers it important that the opening-up phase does not focus solely on removing restrictions, but on securing the conditions.