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Passengers to Finland may present now a vaccination certificate at the check-in
From Tuesday, June 8, 2021, all at least 16-year-old passengers travelling to Finland may present a vaccination certificate at the check-in in Travemünde or Kapellskär. If the passenger has not been vaccinated at least once, he may still present a negative coronavirus test result or a certificate of recovery from the covid-19-disease. In addition, to Finland travelling passengers must observe entry restrictions until 27 June 2021. For the time being, there is also a compulsory health examination at the arrival port in Finland for all passengers born before 2005.
At the check-in in Travemünde or Kapellskär, all at least 16-year-old passengers need to present
- a negative covid-19 test certificate (max. 72 hours old),
- a certificate of covid-19 vaccination (given at least 14 days before, 2-dose vaccines: only 1st dose required), or
- a medical certificate of recovery from COVID-19 disease (max. 6 months old).
The covid-19 certificate requirement also applies to Finnish citizens and residents of Finland, but it does not apply to persons travelling from Sweden to the Åland Islands.