Updated corona release: AYY’s rental facilities are available for booking
Published on March 13th 2020, updated on March 21st 2022
AYY follows the instructions of the Finnish Government, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and Regional State Administrative Agencies to prevent infections. The release will be updated when new measures are introduced. AYY actively follows government releases and considers the health and well-being of its members, volunteers, associations, and employees in all its actions. AYY follows the official guidelines regularly and updates its own measures and restrictions, as necessary.
Community, events and associations
Updated on March 21st 2022
On 14 Mar, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland has decided not to continue restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 in the Uusimaa region after 15 March.
The regulation on the safe use of customer and public premises in the Uusimaa region expires on Tuesday, 15 March. After that, there are no restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 in the area of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland set by the agency. However, the epidemic is not over, and the Regional State Administrative Agency continues to monitor the situation closely.
Although the regulation imposed by the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland on the safe use of premises is coming to an end in Uusimaa, section 58 c on the general hygiene requirements of the Communicable Diseases Act still applies throughout Finland. The section applies to all customer and public premises without separate official decisions and is valid until 30 June 2022.
AYY follows the official guidelines regularly and updates its own measures and restrictions as necessary.
In accordance with the decision of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland, events can now be organised without restrictions.
However, section 58 c on the general hygiene requirements of the Communicable Diseases Act still applies throughout Finland, and the event organisers must read the information.
AYY recommends that its associations follow current official guidelines. Events can be organised without restrictions.
On 14 Mar, the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland has decided not to continue restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 in the Uusimaa region after 15 March. Section 58 c on the general hygiene requirements of the Communicable Diseases Act still applies throughout Finland. The section applies to all customer and public premises without separate official decisions and is valid until 30 June 2022.
In order to improve health safety, organisers must comply with the following obligations:
- Clients and participants have the opportunity to wash or sanitise their hands
- Clients and participants are given instructions for maintaining an adequate social distance, cleaning their hands and for other measures to prevent the spread of infections
- Cleaning of premises and surfaces is intensified
- The presence of customers and participants is arranged as loosely as possible, taking into account the specific characteristics of the activity in question. If there are seats, the seats are placed sufficiently far apart.
Rental facilities can be booked and used without restrictions.
However, the bookers must familiarise themselves with the general hygiene requirements required by section 58 c of the Communicable Diseases Act and take the requirements into account in their operations.
Reservation can now be cancelled no later than 7 days before the event free of charge
Further info: [email protected]
Housing, van and services office
Updated on February 4th 2022
New residents can pick up their keys on moving days. Users of all facilities must continue to follow official guidelines and recommendations to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Decisions regarding special arrangements and special opening hours are made by the services team. The opening hours will be announced on the contact page of the services office. You can ask about membership or rental facilities with this form. If you have questions about housing, you can contact us with this form.
On this page you will find the answers to questions about COVID-19 pandemic and housing.
Updated on February 14th 2022
Check the service office opening hours and contact forms here.
The services office is open three times a week
The services office is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12noon to 15pm.
The service office is normally available by phone and email.
The telephone service is open Monday to Thursday from 12 noon to 4 pm and on Fridays from 12 noon to 3 pm.
Housing: +358 50 520 9410
Membership and rental facilities: +358 50 520 9400
Opening hours are updated as the corona situation changes, and current opening hours can be found on the service office's website.
Face mask recommendation
Please come to the office only when healthy, with no symptoms suggestive of COVID-19. Wash and disinfect hands on arrival and wear a face mask. Please observe social distancing. We've staggered the pick-up of keys on the moving day, so please check your email to check the specific time and get in touch if necessary.
The common sauna shifts on AYY's properties continue
The common sauna shifts are back to normal starting from Feb 8th.
Club rooms, laundry rooms and other common areas will remain in use for the time being. However, while using them, user must completely follow the regulations in force at the time of assembly, safety intervals and hygiene instructions.
Further information: FAQ of COVID-19 pandemic and housing
Studies at Aalto
Aalto University announces measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on Aalto’s website and Into. Please note, that Aalto University very highly recommends the use of face masks when indoors. The services of study and career psychologists are available remotely
Click here to read Aalto University's instructions regarding campus during orientation week and the use of association rooms.
Otto Usvajärvi, Chair of the Board 2022, tel. +358 50 342 8663