Summer camps, trainings, hobby education, youth centres

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Yes. Children´s camps and student youth camps can be organised starting from June 12.

Last updated: 22.06.2020 11:45

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Children's summer camps and students' work camps can take place starting from June 12.

The organiser must ensure the adherence to the following rules:

  • the restriction of no more than 20 people in a group, and no more than 300 participants in the camp shift.
  • People with symptoms of the disease may not participate in student or youth camps, or to stay in the facilities.
  • if a participant or an employee has been in contact with a person who has had symptoms of Covid-19 (or similar) during the last 14 days, they cannot attend the youth or student camp.
  • Every day the rooms, work surfaces and items need to be washed and disinfected, and the rooms need to be aired.
  • participants and employees must be informed and instructed about compliance with general hygiene requirements and compliance needs to be verified. It is also necessary to ensure the possibility of washing and disinfecting hands.

For more information:

Overview of the Estonian Youth Work Centre of the organisation of youth camps for summer 2020.

Recommendations of the Ministry of Education and Research for the organisation of youth camps for summer 2020.

Last updated: 05.07.2020 11:38

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If possible, young people of different groups should be housed in separate buildings or rooms.

The usual requirements for food handling need to be followed for catering.

Last updated: 05.07.2020 11:40

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With the order of the Government of the Republic, the restrictions on informal education and activities were eased considerably as of June 1,

As of June 1

  • indoor activities are allowed, if no more than 50 % of the capacity of the premises is used but no more than 100 persons at the same time.
  • outdoor activities allowed for no more than 100 participants.

As of June 19

  • Instead of 2+2 rule, the requirement of dispersion applies. This means that it is still necessary to keep a safe distance between people, but the mandatory national 2+2 rule no longer applies.
  • all other requirements established for the number of participants, use of capacity of premises, use of disinfectants and other measures, remain valid.

As of July 1

  • indoor activities are allowed, if no more than 50 % of the capacity of the premises is used but no more than 500 persons at the same time.
  • outdoor activities allowed for no more than 1000 participants.

As of May 15, partial contact study was allowed in all educational institutions, where distance learning was used in the meantime. It is up to each informal education school and hobby class to decide whether to continue with distance learning or resume contact learning.

More detailed information about the organisation of educational work is available from informal education institutions and hobby schools.

Last updated: 05.07.2020 11:38

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