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18.9 15:35 Finland sees first cases of Mu
Last month the World Health Organization (WHO) designated Mu a "variant of interest." Now the strain has been detected in some 40 countries, including Finland.
Genome sequencing in Finland has identified a few cases of the Mu strain since the summer.
18.9 12:20 Finland plans for third Covid shots
Finland has made procurement contracts to purchase a third round of Covid vaccines for everyone 12 and older, according to Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services Krista Kiuru (SDP).
Speaking to Yle's Ykkösaamu show on Saturday, Kiuru said Finland has agreed to purchase third vaccine doses should experts recommend an additional rollout of jabs.
The minister said a decision regarding top-up doses would possibly be made during the autumn. "The procurement deals will guarantee that we have the doses if we need them," she explained.
17.9 11:30 Covid restrictions, remote learning hit schoolkids mental health
The latest school pupils well-being survey suggest that pupils have been hit hard by long stints of remote learning during the pandemic. Girls have been worse-affected than boys, although that could be because they're better able to express their feelings in survey responses. Read more here.
17.9 9:50 HUS offers third doses of Covid jab
Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS) said on Friday it was starting to offer third doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine as it races to use the jabs before they go out of date.
In a statement, HUS said it would immediately begin offering the third dose of vaccine to fully-vaccinated individuals at high risk from complications of infection as well as healthcare staff who care for Covid patients in the region.
17.9 9:17 Paper: Travel abroad grows as restrictions ease
Summer may be over but Finland's appetite for travel continues to grow, according to a report in online business publication Taloussanomat.
The paper spoke to experts from some of Finland's largest tour operators and found that more people are planning to travel abroad as the restrictions of the coronavirus pandemic ease.
Read more about this and other stories in Friday's newspaper review.
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