Finland extended restrictions on the border with Russia until September 19

The Finnish government has extended restrictions on the external border, including the Russian border, imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, until September 19, according to the country’s interior ministry.
“Entry restrictions at the external border have been extended until September 19,” the message says.
Amendments have been made to the list of countries with low incidence of coronavirus that are allowed to enter Finland without submitting documentation about the coronavirus. Entry restrictions will be restored for residents of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Canada.
This decree comes into force on August 23, the Ministry of Internal Affairs specifies.