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Information about Coronavirus COVID-19

Information for visitors in Lohja region

Museums, churches, and libraries are open. Also, shops in Lohja are open. Most of the accommodation places are available. 

Restaurants and cafes are only open on a Takeaway basis until 18th April 2021.

All the nature trails are open. The indoor swimming pool Neidonkeidas is open only for schools and private family times. These private family  times can be booked via https://oma.enkora.fi/lohja/reservations2/reservations/52/25/-/-

Theatres, concerts, and other events are canceled.

Tourist Information and souvenir shop in Lohja city center is open  Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm.  Address: Laurinkatu 50, 08100 Lohja. We are here to help you if you don´t find the information you are looking for concerning tourist attractions in Lohja region  https://www.visitlohja.fi/en/

How to get to Lohja https://www.visitlohja.fi/en/how-to-get-to-lohja/

 

Information about Coronavirus COVID-19

The City of Lohja is reducing and stopping its operations and services under the official national instructions and the regulations of the Emergency Powers Act.

 What to do if you suspect having contracted the coronavirus

If you have any of the symptoms of a respiratory infection listed below, contact local coronavirus helpline by phone during opening hours.

Local coronavirus phone service is open Mon-Fri from 8 am -4 pm, tel. 044 369 2901 or tel. 044 369 2902.

At other times, you can contact the Medical Help Line, tel. 116 117.

More information from Finnish Institute for health and welfare pages

https://thl.fi/en/web/infectious-diseases-and-vaccinations/what-s-new/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-updates

National telephone service gives also advice on coronavirus 0295 535 535.

Lohja region is part of HUS medical services and more information you may read from HUS coronavirus info:

https://www.hus.fi/en/newsroom/coronavirus-covid-19

What to do if you think you might have coronavirus

It is important for all suspected coronavirus cases to be tested in a laboratory. If you suspect that you have coronavirus, carry out a symptom assessment using the Corona-bot. You can also book an appointment at a health centre.

Using the Coronabot you can

  • complete a symptom assessment survey that provides information about the symptoms of coronavirus infection and being exposed to the virus.
  • book an appointment for coronavirus sampling for yourself or for your child (age under 16) if you live in Uusimaa.

Updated 29.3.2021

 

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