Three new cases of coronavirus infection confirmed in Soite’s area
Three new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Soite’s area. Two of these cases are related to an earlier chain of infection and those that have been infected were already in quarantine. Contact tracing for the third infection is still in progress. Everyone who has been exposed to the three new cases has been traced and placed in quarantine.
No patients with COVID-19 are currently being treated at the Central Ostrobothnia Central Hospital.
In total, 161 cases of coronavirus infections have been confirmed in the hospital district of Central Ostrobothnia during the pandemic. Link: current situational picture
Stop the spread of the coronavirus:
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently
- Cough in your sleeve or in a tissue
- Keep a distance to other people
- Use a mask
- If you have symptoms, stay at home and seek out coronavirus testing early and even if you only have mild symptoms
- Install and use the Koronavilkku coronavirus app
- When it’s your turn, take the coronavirus vaccine.
It is important to seek out coronavirus testing even if you only have mild symptoms!
Contact us electronically:
You can contact Soite’s infection reception by filling in the coronavirus symptom check-up in the Omaolo service at: https://www.omaolo.fi/?lang=en. If your symptoms require it, your contact information can be conveyed to Soite or you can book a time yourself via the Omaolo service to the drive-in testing site. The link for making a booking is offered after the symptom check-up has been filled in, if your symptoms require a coronavirus test.
Contact us by phone:
The coronavirus helpline is open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on weekends from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., phone 06 828 7499 (adults, over 16-year-old persons who are ill). Soite’s paediatric emergency clinic is open around the clock 24/7, phone 06 828 4444 (persons younger than 16 who are ill). If you require urgent care, call Soite’s common emergency clinic (i.e. yhteispäivystys/samjouren), phone 116 117.