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Situation update on the coronavirus - Helsinki

Information on the number of coronavirus fatalities and infections in Helsinki


25 November 2020 update

  • Total number of infections in Helsinki to date: 7,065
  • Percentage of nationwide infections: 31,1%
  • Number of new infections
    - in the previous 7 days: 813
    - in the previous 7 days per 100,000 inhabitants: 124
    - in the previous 14 days: 1423
    - in the previous 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants: 217
  • Total fatalities in Helsinki: 187
  • Total fatalities in Helsinki senior care facilities: 96

24 November 2020 update

  • Total number of infections in Helsinki to date: 6,955
  • Percentage of nationwide infections: 31,2%
  • Number of new infections
    - in the previous 7 days: 858
    - in the previous 7 days per 100,000 inhabitants: 131
    - in the previous 14 days: 1374
    - in the previous 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants: 210
  • Total fatalities in Helsinki: 185
  • Total fatalities in Helsinki senior care facilities: 94

Links:

Number of coronavirus infections in Helsinki according to postal code (Excel 25.11.2020)

Number of coronavirus infections in Helsinki according to postal code (Excel, 11.11.2020)

The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare’s situation update on the coronavirus 

Covid-19 situation in graphs

Exposure and infections between the 16th and 22nd of November

The chart shows the number of observed infections and exposures in Helsinki’s daycare centres, schools and educational institutions during the previous week. The City of Helsinki started publishing the names of daycare centres, schools and educational institutions with lab-confirmed covid-19 infections and suspected cases of exposure on 23 September 2020. The names of smaller daycare centres and schools are not being made public to protect people’s privacy. This information is usually updated every Wednesday by 16:00 at the latest.

Everyone believed to have been exposed to a covid-19 infection in these institutions is asked to quarantine. Students, parents, guardians and staff are informed quickly about potential cases of exposure.

At last count, there were 44,260 students in municipal Finnish and Swedish comprehensive schools in Helsinki. State and private schools have an additional 10,400, leading to total of 54,660 basic education students in the city. There were 28,805 children attending Finnish and Swedish early childhood education at last count.

Incidents in daycares, schools and other educational institutions​

Total number of people believed to have been exposed (includes daycare customers, students and staff)​

Total number of infections (includes daycare customers, students and staff)​

Exposure in 9 nursery schools



Daghemmet Pilten Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Koskelan päiväkoti 29 2
Päiväkoti Borgströminmäki Tracking of exposed ongoing 4
Päiväkoti Haltia 15 1
Päiväkoti Kamomilla 12 1
Päiväkoti Lapinmäki 22 1
Päiväkoti Maunula Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Päiväkoti Meri 64 1
Päiväkoti Vihtori 30 1

Exposure in 36 comprehensive schools



Aurinkolahden peruskoulu Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Ecole Jules Verne Tracking of exposed ongoing 2
Englantilainen koulu 6 1
European School of Helsinki Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Helsingin juutalainen koulu 25 1
Helsingin normaalilyseo 48 2
Helsingin saksalainen koulu Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Helsingin yhteislyseo 48 2
Herttoniemen yhteiskoulu 17 2
Itäkeskuksen peruskoulu 54 1
Jätkäsaaren peruskoulu 52 1
Kallion ala-aste <5 1
Karviaistien koulu 21 1
Keinutien ala-aste 36 2
Konalan ala-aste Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Kontulan ala-asteen koulu 126 3
Käpylän peruskoulu 9 1
Laajasalon peruskoulu 18 2
Lauttasaaren ala-aste 22 1
Malminkartanon ala-aste Tracking of exposed ongoing 3
Maunulan yhteiskoulu 138 4
Myllypuron peruskoulu 33 1
Pakilan ala-aste Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Pakilan yläaste 28 1
Porolahden peruskoulu 58 1
Puistopolun peruskoulu 34 1
Pukinmäenkaaren peruskoulu 72 3
Ressun peruskoulu Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Siltamäen ala-aste Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Solakallion koulu 48 3
Suomalais-venäläinen koulu 20 1
Suomenlinnan ala-aste Tracking of exposed ongoing 5
Suutarinkylän peruskoulu 40 2
Vallilan ala-aste <5 1
Vartiokylän ala-aste 27 1
Vesalan peruskoulu Tracking of exposed ongoing 3

Exposure in 18 upper secondary schools, educational institutes and/or universities



Alppilan lukio 22 2
Ammattiopisto Luovi <5 1
Eiran aikuislukio 11 2
Helsingin kielilukio Tracking of exposed ongoing 6
Helsingin kuvataidelukio 80 1
Helsingin medialukio 13 1
Helsingin suomalainen yhteiskoulu Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Helsingin uusi yhteiskoulu Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Helsingin yliopisto Tracking of exposed ongoing 2
Herttoniemen yhteiskoulu 16 2
Metropolia Myllypuro Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Sibeliuslukio Tracking of exposed ongoing 2
Stadin ammattiopisto Holkkitie 11 1
Stadin ammattiopisto Meritalo 11 1
Stadin ammattiopisto Sturenkatu 5 1
Stadin ammattiopisto Vilppulantie Tracking of exposed ongoing 2
Rudolf Steiner koulu 67 2
Tölö gymnasium 6 1


Exposure and infections between the 9nd and 15th of November

Incidents in daycares, schools and other educational institutions​ Total number of people believed to have been exposed (includes daycare customers, students and staff)​ Total number of infections (includes daycare customers, students and staff)​
Exposure in 7 nursery schools

Päiväkoti Ariel 39
1
Päiväkoti Kaisaniemi 24
1
Päiväkoti Kanava
28

Päiväkoti Lauttasaari
11
1
Päiväkoti Pikku-Veräjä
13
1
Päiväkoti Vaapukka
12
1
Päiväkoti Ylä-Malmi 37
2
Exposure in 27 comprehensive schools


Haagan peruskoulu
40
1
Helsingin saksalainen koulu
33
1
Helsingin yhteislyseo
14
1
Herttoniemen yhteiskoulu
21
1
Hiidenkiven peruskoulu
39
1
Hoplaxskolan
17
1
Keinutien ala-aste
43
1
Kruunuhaan yläaste
23
1
Kulosaaren yhteiskoulu
Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Laajasalon peruskoulu
15
1
Malmin peruskoulu
23
1
Maunulan yhteiskoulu
16 1
Mellunmäen ala-aste
36 1
Pasilan peruskoulu
22
1
Pihlajanmäen ala-aste
38 1
Pihlajiston ala-aste
17 2
Pohjois-Haagan ala-aste
22 1
Pohjois-Haagan yhteiskoulu
20 3
Porolahden peruskoulu
35 1
Puistolanraitin ala-aste
20 1
Puistopolun peruskoulu 32 1
Suutarinkylän peruskoulu
41
1
Töölön ala-asteen koulu
36
1
Vattuniemen ala-asteen koulu
42 1
Vesalan peruskoulu
Tracking of exposed ongoing 3
Vuoniityn peruskoulu
25 1
Åshöjdens grundskola
12
1
Exposure in 17 upper secondary schools, educational institutes and/or universities

Alppilan lukio
52
1
Eiran aikuislukio
27
2
Haaga-Helia Pasila
5
1
Helsingin kielilukio
Tracking of exposed ongoing 7
Helsingin medialukio
Tracking of exposed ongoing 4
Helsingin Rudolf Steiner -koulun lukio
Tracking of exposed ongoing 1
Herttoniemen yhteiskoulu
6
1
Metropolia AMK Arabia
13
1
Metropolia AMK Myllypuro
Tracking of exposed ongoing 2
Pohjois-Haagan yhteiskoulu
<5
3
Ressun lukio
<5
1
Stadin ammattiopisto:


• Hattulantie
9
1
• Holkkitie
6
1
• Muotoilijankatu
18
1
• Prinsessantie
21
1
• Sturenkatu
21
1
Töölön yhteiskoulun aikuislukio
<5
1

Map of coronavirus infections in Helsinki, 25 November

N.B. The population data for postcodes is dated 30.9.2020. In the previous maps, the population data is from 31.12.2018.

25 November Number of coronavirus infections in Helsinki according to postal code (Excel)

  • The coronavirus outbreak has deteriorated significantly within the past two weeks, and 1,376 new cases have been found among Helsinki residents.
  • The new infections largely occurred towards the end of the analysis period. The averages for the past week and the previous week, respectively, are 122 and 74 infections per day.
  • In terms of postal code areas, those infected live throughout Helsinki, with a slightly higher concentration in eastern Helsinki.
  • In terms of age groups, the distribution has remained the same. The largest groups are persons aged 20–29 and 30–39, while the third largest group consists of persons aged 40–49 and the fourth largest of persons aged 10–19. The relative proportion of elderly citizens has not increased. That being said, the number of infections has increased among seniors in the same way as other age groups.
  • Infections among people speaking Finnish or Swedish have remained as before.
  • At present, some 1,000 people a day are placed into quarantine based on exposure through close contact.
  • Testing is currently available without delay, and the network of testing points is being expanded to ensure availability in all areas.
  • Most samples are finished within a day, and results are obtained in 13 hours, on average.
  • Unfortunately, there are delays in infection tracking.

Map of coronavirus infections in Helsinki, 11 November

11.11.2020 Number of coronavirus infections in Helsinki according to postal code (Excel)

  • In the last two weeks, the number of infections was slightly lower than in the previous reference period. The current average incidence of infections is 48 new infections each day.
  • Infections are still most common in young adults, with people aged 20-29 and 30-39 being the most affected groups.
  • The source of infection remains unclear in about 30% of the cases.
  • At the moment 1,276 tests are performed in Helsinki each day.
  • Samples are taken on the same day, and the result is ready on the following day.
  • About 3.1% of the samples prove to be positive.


26.11.2020 11:32