(Bloomberg) -- Finland will begin to gradually unwind restrictions next month after coronavirus infections are expected to have peaked, according to Prime Minister Sanna Marin.
“We are looking beyond the omicron wave,” Marin told reporters in Helsinki on Tuesday. Her government will extend restrictions by a few weeks to mid-February to tide over the peak in infections expected around the turn of the month. Internal border controls will be removed at the end of January, she said.
“We are now starting to plan how to gradually end the measures after mid-February,” she said. There’s still uncertainty whether that timetable will hold, she said.
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