In Finland, the final sprint of a historic election campaign is underway. On Sunday, voters will for the first time vote for new so-called welfare areas.
From next year, it will no longer be the more than 300 municipalities that will be responsible for the health and medical services out in the country, but 21 so-called welfare areas.
The new system has been introduced in a comprehensive healthcare reform that politicians hope will make healthcare more equal. But some voters are worried about what the merger could mean.