Covid passport required at KAMU Espoo City Museum's premises

8.12.2021 8.29Updated: 14.1.2022 10.10
A Covid passport is required at the entrance and the ticket purchase.

As of 4 December 2021, A Covid passport is required of everyone who visits the Espoo City Museum’s units (KAMU at WeeGee, Glims Farmstead Museum and Villa Museum Villa Rulludd). Everyone aged 16 or over must show their Covid passport and also their identity card.

The extensive introduction of the Covid passport is based on the decision taken by the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland (AVI) on the 3rd December 2021. Covid passport will be required until the 17th of January. Everyone aged 16 or over must show their Covid passport and also their identity card. The use of face masks is also recommended. Due to the new restrictions issued on the 23rd of December by the Regional State Administrative Agency (AVI) of Southern Finland, all cultural public events in Espoo have been cancelled between 28 December 2021 and 31 January 2022. The Museums are still open for public.

More information: Covid passport extensively required by the City of Espoo at public events and some customer premises

Espoo's cultural events cancelled until 31 January 2022.

How to download your Covid passport

You can download your Covid passport from the kanta.fi service(external link). Do as follows:

  • Log in to My Kanta Pages on 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.

You can read more about the Covid passport at espoo.fi/coronavirus.

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