This year Wappu is long and exhausting. In this page you will find contact information and other useful information, for different kinds of emergencies.
Emergency number 112
Address: Lappeenranta University of Technology, Yliopistonkatu 34, 53850 Lappeenranta
Treatment need assessments and appointments: tel: 046 710 1080. Read more about a callback service.
How to cancel an appointment: Call the patient office on 046 710 1080 or use the appointment cancellation form.
Exceptions to our regular service hours: If New Year’s Eve, Maundy Thursday or 30 April falls on a weekday from Monday to Friday, our health centre is open from 8.00 to 13.
Where to call if our health centre is closed: In urgent cases of ill health or injury contact the South Karelia District of Social and Health Services, Lappeenranta Health Centre, from Monday to Thursday between 8.00 and 16.00 and on Fridays between 8.00 and 15.00: Armila Health Centre, address Armilankatu 44, phone (05) 352 7260, Sammonlahti Health Centre, address Torpanpellonkatu 2, phone (05) 352 7501, Lauritsala Health Centre, address Tietokatu 1, phone (05) 352 6701. Outside office hours and at weekends call South Karelia Central Hospital on (05) 352 5743. You can also use the services of any FSHS health centre that is open.
Other things to remember: Please note that if you use municipal health services you may have to pay annual or appointment fees that the FSHS will not compensate for.
Corona guidelines to Wappu celebration
– Primarily follow the up-to-date instructions of the Finnish government, THL and AVI on the coronavirus.
– In addition, follow the up-to-date instructions of LUT, LTKY and KOE on exceptional circumstances.
-Do not take part in any event if you feel sore or suspect you may be infected with a coronavirus. In these cases, contact FSHS or Eksote by phone.
–Fill out a coronavirus infection chain tracking form for each event. Your email will only be collected to contact potentially infected people.
-If you are diagnosed with a coronavirus infection, in addition to FSHS and exotes, contact LTKY’s Secretary General Antti Ilmavirta and tell them what events you have been to. By tracing the chains of infection as accurately as possible, we can limit the spread of infections.
– Take care of safety distances to other people. The general guideline is to keep a distance of 1.5-2 meters.
– Avoid unnecessary physical contact with others.
– Do not share the mouth of the bottle with others.