Travel within the EU and Schengen is again allowed

<1> <2> <3> <4> <5> <6> From June 21, travel within the EU and the Schengen area without tests and quarantine is allowed if you have a certificate of a full course of vaccination completed at least two weeks earlier, or about transferred to during the last six months of illness. <7> <8> This must be confirmed by an official certificate in English, Finnish or Swedish. Prior to the adoption of a common EU Crown Passport, a certificate issued by local authorities serves as a document. In Finland, it can be printed on the Omakanta portal. <9> <10> Others must present a fresh certificate of a negative coronavirus test and take a second test after arriving in the country. <11> <12> Working trips can again be made by sea or land. Previously, business trips were only allowed on airplanes. <13><14> In addition, crossing the external borders of the EU and Schengen is now allowed for property owners and their family members, as well as berry pickers coming to work. Accordingly, Russian owners of Finnish cottages can travel to Finland. <15>