Updated corona release: AYY’s rental facilities are available for booking

AYY actively follows government releases and considers the health and well-being of its members, volunteers, associations, and employees in all its actions. The release will be updated when new measures are introduced.
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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.

The Regional State Administrative Agency homepage

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.

Studies at Aalto

Aalto University announces measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on Aalto’s website and Into. Here you can read about the use of campus and association rooms.

Further information:

Otto Usvajärvi, Chair of the Board 2022, tel. +358 50 342 8663

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