Covid passport extensively required by Espoo’s cultural venues and museums
In line with the decisions of the Regional State Administrative Agency, a Covid passport will be required of those who want to attend events organised by Espoo’s cultural venues, the City Orchestra Tapiola Sinfonietta, the City Museum and the City Library. The Covid passport will be required at all public events with more than 20 participants as of 4 December 2021, regardless of the time of day.
In addition, you will need a Covid passport to visit any of the City Museum’s units and the Exhibition Centre WeeGee. You will be able to visit the library without a Covid passport, but you will need one to attend events arranged at a library.
A Covid passport is required of everyone aged 16 or over.
We will publish more detailed safety instructions and information for ticket buyers on the websites of the city’s cultural venues, the City Museum and the City Orchestra.
- Espoo Cultural Centre
- Sello Hall
- Exhibition Centre WeeGee
- Children’s Cultural Centre Aurora
- Tapiola Sinfonietta(external link)
- KAMU Espoo City Museum
Instructions for safe library visits will be published on the helmet.fi(external link) website.
Other Espoo-based professional cultural operators will also follow the same guidelines. The decisions of the Regional State Administrative Agency will remain in force until 31 December.
Basic education in the arts and other recreational activities in the field of culture
Basic education in the arts and other recreational activities in the field of culture will be organised with safe distances and in compliance with general safety guidelines, in order to prevent the risk of infection caused by close contact. Educational institutions that provide basic education in the arts and other providers of recreational activities must organise any public events, such as Christmas performances, in compliance with the same restrictions that apply to other public events. More detailed instructions concerning recreational activities will be provided to operators as soon as possible.
Save or print your certificate through My Kanta Pages
- Log in to the kanta.fi website using your preferred identification method, for example your online banking codes or mobile ID.
- Select “Koronatodistus” from the menu on the left-hand side. You will also find a link to the certificate section on the front page of My Kanta Pages.
- Open your certificate by clicking on the PDF link. If a certificate is available, it will open in a new tab.
- Save the PDF file on your phone or other device. That way you will have the certificate when you need it. You can also print the certificate on paper.
More information on the Covid passport at espoo.fi/coronavirus.