Finns can return to a fairly normal everyday life. On Monday, most corona restrictions in the country will be lifted.
Restaurants and bars will, among other things, be able to sell alcohol until 11 PM and stay open until midnight, the national broadcaster Yle writes.
The ban on singing and dancing in nightclubs is also dropped, so Finns can once again visit karaoke bars.
In addition, the restrictions on gatherings are eased, and they are dropped completely in the Uusimaa region, where Helsinki is located, among other places.
But the Finnish authorities are adopting a somewhat more cautious approach than Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. All restrictions will not be removed before the beginning of March.
Source : NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews
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