The health system of Finland, a small nation in Central Europe, has seen a significant spike in coronaviruses since the start of the pandemic.
According to the Finnish Public Health Agency, more than half of the population have had a positive result for the coronaviral strain, while the number of infections has increased by 20% in the last week.
As a result, the country has been forced to impose strict measures, with the government declaring a state of emergency and closing public buildings.
As the number and types of coronavirs are increasing in the country, the health system has been under increasing pressure, with some officials saying that the system is under siege.
“We have to cope with the increased number of new coronavirectases in Finland, and there is a high level of fear among people,” the health ministry’s deputy chief of staff, Mikael Ruhland, told the RTE news agency.
“There is a real threat to the health of the health care staff.
I think that we have to be very careful, and I don’t want to put people in a situation where they think they are immune from this.
It is a very dangerous situation.”
The minister said that the government has already begun to assess the number in the public and private sectors.
“It is a serious situation.
There is no other way to describe it.
This is a massive threat to our society,” he said.
The health ministry said that some 3,000 employees in the healthcare sector had been suspended, but it did not specify when or how many employees had been laid off.
The government has imposed strict controls over public spaces and places of worship, limiting the access to certain parts of the country.
Many Finnish businesses have closed or relocated, while some churches have been closed down and many schools have been converted into schools of the faith.
However, the ministry said the number still remained low compared to the number that it was expecting.
“The health system in Finland is in a tremendous danger, and we are facing a very serious situation,” Ruhlland said.