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HAM will re-open to the public in a limited capacity on 8 June

27.5.2021 16:10
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HAM Helsinki Art Museum will re-open to the public in a limited capacity on Tuesday 8 June 2021. The re-opening will coincide with the opening of German artist Katharina Grosse’s exhibition Chill Seeping from the Walls Gets between Us at Tennispalatsi. Grosse is internationally renowned for her large spatial paintings that she spray-paints over objects, architecture …

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The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommends changing the personal limits for public events

20.5.2021 18:01
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At its meeting on Thursday 20 May 2021, the Helsinki Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group recommended that the Southern Finland Regional State Administrative Agency continue its decision to ban all indoor and outdoor public events and general meetings for a limited period of time, however, that from 1 June 2021 onwards a maximum of 10 …

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The Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group decides on the staggered opening of services

11.5.2021 18:28
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In its meeting on Tuesday 11 May 2021, the Metropolitan Area coronavirus coordination group decided that, due to the development of the epidemic, some services in the area can be opened in a staggered and limited manner as of 17 May 2021. The coordination group’s decision is in line with the ‘children and young people …

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The coronavirus coordination group stipulated that public customer spaces will remain closed until 16 May

27.4.2021 17:47
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The coronavirus coordination group stipulated that all public customer spaces will remain closed until 16 May 2021, with the exception of the guided recreational activity time slots reserved for children aged 12 or less. This includes all of the City’s cultural centres and museums. In accordance with the previous guidelines of the Metropolitan Area coronavirus …

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