Finland detects 360 new cases of coronavirus infection
In Finland, 360 new cases of coronavirus infection have been detected in the last 24 hours, according to the THL Department of Health and Social Development. Most of these are in the Helsinki and Uusimaa Medical District, where 213 cases have been reported.
A total of 4,585 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past two weeks. This is 1769 more cases than two weeks before. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 102,972 cases of infection have been detected in the country.
The first vaccination has already been received by 65.1 percent of the population, that is, approximately 3.6 million. The full course of vaccination was completed by 31.4 percent of the population (1,743,156 people). Of the large cities, the largest percentage of vaccinated people is noted in Tampere (67.8), Helsinki (67.5) and Pori (66.2). Among the regions in terms of vaccination, South Karelia (71 percent) and South Savo (70.7 percent) are leading.