Finland is already easing restrictions and will lift them all in February.

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On Monday, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin announced that Finland will lift the restrictions it imposed in February due to the coronavirus pandemic, adding that the exact date will be set later this week.

The 36-year-old prime minister spoke about this at an event in the capital, Helsinki.

a yall Finnish Social TV says the five-party coalition government led by the Social Democrats is discussing a plan to scrap pandemic rules on Wednesday.

However, some measures have already been lifted: for example, from Tuesday, restaurants can open until nine in the evening and serve alcohol until eight in the evening. Border controls at the EU’s internal borders will also be lifted.

According to the Finnish government, vaccines have fulfilled their promise and prevent mass diseases requiring hospital treatment, so the country is in a position to finally lift all restrictions.


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