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Wearing a protective mask is recommended It is recommended to wear a mask in crowded indoor spaces, especially for risk groups. A preference is given to a medical mask or a mask equated to that (e.g. an FFP1-3 mask or a N95 respirator) which effectively stops the coronavirus from spreading.

Dispersion

Try to keep reasonable distance, and wash or disinfect your hands regularly.

Last updated: 05.04.2022 14:44

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The Ministry of Education and Research has put together an instruction manual "Practical guidelines for organising camps during the period of the spread of COVID-19 infection" (in Estonian). More information can be obtained by writing to the e-mail info@hm.ee, or calling 5690 0535 or 5690 0340.

Last updated: 22.10.2021 15:19

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The following rules are in force at sports competitions, sorts and exercise events:

Protective mask

It is obligatory to wear a protective mask in public indoor spaces, except if it is not possible or reasonable to wear a mask (e.g. in doing direct sports, when coming in contact with water, in a sauna, by a swimming pool etc). A preference is given to a medical mask or a mask equated to that (e.g. an FFP1-3 mask or a N95 respirator) which effectively stops the delta strain of the coronavirus from spreading. A scarf, a tube scarf, a collar, a visor or any other object that is not clearly meant to be worn as a protective mask do not count as a mask. Wearing a mask is not obligatory for children under the age of 12. If a person cannot wear a mask for health reasons, he must present a medical certificate regarding the contraindication.

Dispersion

Indoors, as well as at events taking place in open air it is important to ensure dispersion, availability of disinfectants and following of the disinfecting requirements in accordance with the instructions of the Health Board.

Last updated: 15.03.2022 21:10

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More information about the coronavirus and restrictions related to it is available calling 1247 (from abroad +372 600 1247).