Health-safety instructions


Health-safety instructions for students and customers

On Coronavirus, we follow the information provided by the Finnish Government and the instructions provided by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare and Regional State Administrative Agency.

Careeria instructions

The face mask recommendation has ended. Face masks will still be available on Careeria premises.

It is forbidden to participate in any Careeria premises activity if you are ill or have any respiratory infection related symptoms.

Health-safety instructions:
Hand hygiene
Face masks if necessary

This instruction includes students and personnel.

Please, do not come to any Careeria premises while feeling ill.

Careeria is concerned about the safety and health of students and staff. Do not come to any Careeria premises while feeling ill. We must continue to prevent Corona from spreading by good hand-hygiene. We will continue to observe the instructions of the health authorities and keep you informed of any changes.


Teaching will be arranged as usual.

In working life environments please adhere to work place regulations.

Instructions, dining facilities

Do not enter the dining facilities if you have flu symptoms.

Remember proper hand wash before entering the dining facility and use hand sanitiser if needed.


Finnish institute for health and welfare

Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland

Instructions for action if Coronavirus infections are detected at Careeria premises

If any person becomes ill during the day at any of the Careeria premises, they must leave the premises immediately or go to a separate empty room.

Please do not come to the school if you have symptoms. Act according to THL instructions: Coronavirus COVID-19, latest updates

We strongly recommend taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

More information

Managing Director/Principal Pasi Kankare, tel. 040 682 1264,
Security Manager Kim Lindroos, tel. 040 036 0863,

Useful links

Finnish institute for health and welfare
Finnish Government
Ministry of Education and Culture