The Finnish Forest Association continuously assesses the situation regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) and follows the recommendations of the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare.
Like many other European countries, Finland is expected to become an area of high contagion risk of the virus and the Finnish government has now declared a state of emergency in Finland over the coronavirus outbreak.
The measures set by the government will be in force until 13 April 2020.
During spring, the Finnish Forest Association will undertake to re-organise events and training as online events where possible. Physical events of more than 10 persons will not be held during the state of emergency. Participants will be informed in good time if an event is about to be postponed or cancelled.
You can find more advice on the website of the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare.
On this website, we will keep you updated on how we act on this issue.