It was a false alarm. Finnish Government is safe and ministers are returning to work normally on Friday.
On Thursday, all ministers switched to work remotely by decision of the Prime Minister Sanna Marin as a precautionary measure after two of them learned they had possibly been exposed to the Covid-19.
According to the result received on Friday 8 May, the person suspected of having contracted coronavirus was tested negative.
The Government will return to work normally, but the government plenary session, the Ministerial Finance Committee session and the presidential session on 8 May will be held using remote connections.