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The restrictions in force in Estonia starting from March 11

The requirement to wear a mask or cover the nose and mouth in public indoor spaces, including in public transportation

The requirement to wear a mask or cover the nose and mouth is in force in public indoor spaces, including in public transportation and service facilities (except for children under the age of 12 or if wearing a mask is not possible due to health considerations, special need, the nature of the work or activity or some other substantial reason). A public indoor space is a space designated for public use that can be entered by anyone wishing to do so, without, for instance, a requirement to register in advance; it is a space densely populated with people who do not come into daily contact with each other.


The 2+2 rule is in force both in public indoor spaces and outdoors

The 2+2 rule must be followed in all public indoor spaces and outdoors - this means that up to 2 people may move around together, keeping a 2 metre distance from other people. The restriction does not apply to families moving around together or if it is not reasonable to ensure this, for instance if there are many passenger in public transportation where, in addition to keeping the maximum possible distance, there is an obligation to wear a mask.


There is a 25% occupancy limitation and opening time restrictions in force for indoor sales area of store, service area of a service provider, and area of public use of a commercial enterprise

Stores and commercial enterprises must remain closed starting from March 11. Selling from a window and drive-in sales in outdoor spaces remain allowed.

The opening time restrictions do not extend to grocery stores, filling stations, pharmacies, optical stores, as well as stores that sell medical devices and aid equipment, the sales points of the representations of telecommunications companies or pet stores, regardless of the location of the store. However, it must be ensured that the occupancy of these spaces does not extend 25% and that the 2+2 rule is also followed within that 25% occupancy.

This means that first 25% needs to be calculated from the floor space that is meant for public use in -the room and as customers also have to follow the 2+2 rule, this 25% needs to be divided by four so that each customer would be allocated 4m2.

Enterprises providing services may also remain open; the 25% occupancy limit applies to them as well. The rules meant to limit the spread of the virus must be followed: the 2+2 rule, mask wearing, adhering to the disinfection requirements in accordance with the guidelines of the Health Board.

NB! The entrepreneurs who have further questions about the restrictions on commerce are invited to ask them by e-mail at covid19@mkm.ee.


Catering establishments are closed

Catering establishments are closed starting from March 11.

The only people allowed to be in the sales or service area of a catering establishment are those there to buy food as takeaway or provide delivery or transportation services, the owner of the catering establishment or her representative, the employees, people there in connection with providing emergency services, and people necessary for operating the facility.

Selling food for takeaway is allowed.


Public events, meetings, worship services, and the culture and entertainment sector

It is not allowed to organise indoor public events, including cinema showings, concerts, theatre performances or conferences, as well as public worship services and other religious services. It is also not allowed to be in venues where entertainment services are provided, e.g. in a casino, a night club, a bowling or pool hall, or in a children's playroom, museums or exhibition venues.

The only public events or public worship services that may be carried out outdoors are the ones where the participants are limited to groups of up to 10 people. It is allowed to be in the outdoor spaces of museums while observing the 2+2 rule, with the calculation that the occupancy of a territory with an enclosed space cannot exceed 25 percent. It is not allowed to organise events between the hours of 21.00 and 06.00.

Spas, saunas, water parks and swimming pools will also remain closed.

Last updated: 12.03.2021 13:38

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No, you are not. Testing with a family doctor's referral is aimed only at symptomatic persons. It is necessary for the quick identification and isolating of infected persons, in order to limit further spread of the virus. Doing a test with a family doctor's referral or as a close contact is free for an individual and the costs of the test are covered by the state.

A paid test necessary for travelling can be done at a service provider convenient for you. More information about the service providers can be found here: https://koroonatestimine.ee/en/for-patients/paid-testing/

It is possible to check on the border whether the passenger has paid for the test himself or used a family doctor's referral. An order number is automatically displayed on the certificate necessary for travelling.

If a person has done a corona test on the tenth day of being a close contact and the results are negative, she can use this test for travelling as well.

Similarly, if a person has returned from a foreign country and done two corona tests to shorten the period of self-isolation, the last test can be used for going back (i.e. as a pre-trip negative test).

Last updated: 05.04.2021 19:58

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People who are allowed to enter Estonia:

  • All who hold Estonian citizenship, have a residence permit or a right of residence in Estonia, or a permanent residence in Estonia according to the population register, regardless of whether they have any signs of disease or not.

  • Citizens and residents of the European Union, the European Economic Area countries, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the Principality of Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, the Republic of San Marino, and the Vatican City State (the Holy See), as well as persons holding a long-stay visa who have no symptoms of disease and their family members who have no symptoms of disease.

  • All who arrive to the Republic of Estonia from the European Union or the Schengen Area countries or from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland if they show no symptoms of disease.

  • Foreign nationals from third countries who arrive in Estonia for work or study if they show no signs of disease.

Self-isolation is mandatory for everyone showing symptoms.

Self-isolation for individuals without any symptoms depends on the country from which they departed or countries through which they transited. People arriving to Estonia from at-risk countries have an obligation to remain in self-isolation for 10 days upon arrival. If they wish to reduce their period of self-isolation, they must get tested not earlier than 72 hours before they arrive in Estonia, and the second test can then be done in Estonia not earlier than on the sixth day after the first test. The self-isolation can be terminated early if the results of both tests are negative. It is also possible to get tested immediately after arrival in Estonia. In this case, it is also possible to reduce the self-isolation period when another test is done no earlier than 6 days after the first test and both of which must be negative. The period of 6 days will be calculated from the day following the first test.

People who have done their first test in another country (i.e. not at the border) must call to the call centre for people crossing the border 678 0000 (Monday to Friday 9pm to 5pm).

Information on the list of countries and self-isolation requirements for arrivals to Estonia is available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

If a person who comes to Estonia from a third country to study or to work, and they come from a country or transit through a country that is not listed on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or is listed with RED, they must remain in self-isolation, which means that the employer or educational institution ensures the following:

  • the transport of the employee or student and the opportunity to be in self-isolation for 10 days upon arrival in Estonia,

  • testing of the employee or student for COVID-19 immediately upon arrival in Estonia and re-testing no sooner than on day 10 of their stay in Estonia,

  • employees may not take up employment and students may not begin their studies during the first 1 days after arrival in Estonia,

  • employees may start work and students may begin their studies on day 11, provided that their second coronavirus COVID-19 test result is negative.

As an exception, the following persons who do not show any signs of illness may enter Estonia:

  • employees at a foreign diplomatic representation or a consular office in Estonia, their family members, or foreign nationals arriving to Estonia in the framework of international military cooperation,

  • persons who are directly involved with transporting goods or raw materials, including loading of goods or raw materials,

  • person who is a member of a foreign delegation arriving in Estonia at the invitation of the authority of the state or local government entity in order to attend a work-related meeting,

  • providers of healthcare or other services necessary for solving the emergency situation,

  • persons who are directly involved in the international carriage of goods or passengers, including crew members serving on an international means of transport and persons performing repairs, warranty, or maintenance services on a means of transport,

  • persons who provide services to groups of passengers and are directly involved in the provision of passenger transport services,

  • persons whose purpose of arrival in Estonia is to ensure the performance of an essential service,

  • persons whose arrival in Estonia is related to the maintenance, repair, warranty or information and communication technology of equipment of an enterprise operating in Estonia, where this is necessary to ensure the operation of the enterprise,

  • foreign nationals who are immediately passing through the territory of Estonia in order to reach their country of residence,

  • foreign nationals whose direct descendant or ascendant, relative or spouse is an Estonian national, holder of an Estonian residence permit or the right of residence.

  • foreign nationals who have received a special permit to enter the country from the Police and Border Guard Board. The application must be sent to ppa@politsei.ee. The application for permission to cross the border in exceptional circumstances can be found on the website of the Police and Border Guard Board. The purpose of the special application is to allow third-country nationals to apply for crossing the external borders, for the purpose of entering Estonia under special circumstances for family reasons, such as funeral, wedding, illness of a family member, an indispensable meeting with a family member. A foreigner allowed to enter Estonia on the basis of a special application is subject to a general restriction of freedom of movement and must not leave their permanent place of residence or stay within 10 days.

The person arriving in Estonia can complete the electronic health declaration for crossing the border 24 hours before their arrival to Estonia. By doing so, the crossing of the border will be faster, and they do not have to wait in order to fill in a paper declaration.

Last updated: 15.01.2021 17:35

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People arriving on foot at the Port of Tallinn, terminals A and D, can take their test with a clinician from Confido, and people arriving at the Tallinn airport can approach the Qvalitas testing point with their letter of referral. The letter of referral will be provided at the airport. Issuing the letter of referral and taking the test will take about five minutes. Testing will take place on a first-come-first-serve basis at the port and airport. The testing sites are open until the last passenger by boat or plane has arrived.

Passengers arriving from a high-risk country at any other sea port or airport or by train or road transport , can get tested by booking a time with the SYNLAB and Medicum testing centres by calling 678 0000 (Monday-to-Friday 9 am to 5 pm). Priority in testing will be given to those with symptoms of the disease, therefore the waiting time will be one to two days. If you already know your time of arrival, it is recommended to book the test in advance. Tests can be carried out in public testing points in Estonia in Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Narva, Kohtla-Järve, Viljandi, Paide, Rakvere, Kuressaare, Võru, Kärdla, Sillamäe, Haapsalu, Rapla, Valga ja Põlva. Additional information on testing can be found https://koroonatestimine.ee/.

People who have the Estonian ID-code can test free-of-charge; foreign nationals can use card-payment to pay for the test.

People arriving to Estonia from at-risk countries who wish to end isolation earlier than the tenth day must be tested not earlier than 72 hours before they arrive in Estonia. The second test can then be done in Estonia not earlier than on the sixth day after the first test. The period of six days will be calculated from the day following the first test. Self-isolation can be terminated early if the results of both tests are negative.

Appointment for a free test (with an Estonian ID code) can be booked by calling 678 0000 (Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm). A test for a fee can be done with all service providers who offer this service.

Last updated: 15.01.2021 18:03

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As an exception, the following asymptomatic foreign may enter Estonia:

  • employees at a foreign diplomatic representation or a consular office in Estonia, their family members, foreign nationals arriving to Estonia in the framework of international military cooperation,

  • persons who are directly involved with transporting goods or raw materials, including loading of goods or raw materials,

  • members of a foreign delegation arriving in Estonia for a work meeting at the invitation of a state authority or local government authority,

  • providers of healthcare or other services necessary for solving the emergency situation,

  • persons who are directly involved in the international carriage of goods or passengers, including crew members serving on an international means of transport and persons performing repairs, warranty, or maintenance services on a means of transport,

  • persons who provide services to groups of passengers and are directly involved in the provision of passenger transport services,

  • persons whose purpose of arrival in Estonia is to ensure the performance of an essential service,

  • persons whose arrival in Estonia is related to the maintenance, repair, warranty or information and communication technology of equipment of an enterprise operating in Estonia, where this is necessary to ensure the operation of the enterprise,

  • persons who are immediately passing through the territory of Estonia in order to reach their country of residence,

  • persons whose direct descendant or ascendant, relative or spouse is an Estonian national, holder of an Estonian residence permit or the right of residence,

  • foreign nationals who have received a special permit to enter the country from the Police and Border Guard Board. The application must be sent to ppa@politsei.ee. The application for permission to cross the border in exceptional circumstances can be found on the website of the Police and Border Guard Board. The purpose of the special application is to allow third-country nationals to apply for crossing the external borders, for the purpose of entering Estonia under special circumstances for family reasons, such as funeral, wedding, illness of a family member, an indispensable meeting with a family member. A foreigner allowed to enter Estonia on the basis of a special application is subject to a general restriction of freedom of movement and must not leave their permanent place of residence or stay within 10 days. The application for permission to cross the border in exceptional circumstances can be found on the website of the Police and Border Guard Board:.

  • The person arriving in Estonia can complete the electronic health declaration for crossing the border 24 hours before their arrival to Estonia. By doing so, the crossing of the border will be faster, and they do not have to wait in order to fill in a paper declaration.

Possibilities for testing for coronavirus upon arrival to Estonia.

As of September 1, people returning to Estonia from countries at-risk from COVID-19 can get tested at airports and harbours in order to reduce their self-isolation period so they can return to work earlier. Testing is free of charge for Estonian residents, and foreigner nationals can pay with a card on-site. Testing can be carried out at the Port of Tallinn, Terminals A and D for foot passengers, and at the Tallinn Airport based on a letter of referral, which will be available on the spot.

People arriving from at-risk country by train or by road transportation can book their test in advance. People with symptoms are tested in Estonia as a priority. Therefore, the waiting list will be 1-2 days, so it would be recommended to book your test in advance when you know your time of arrival.

The test can be carried out in public testing places across Estonia.

Foreigner nationals can take a coronavirus test for a fee to reduce their self-isolation period. To book their testing time, they must contact the service providers who offer testing for a fee.

People are required to self-isolate completely until they receive their test results. If the test result is negative, the information will be provided as a SMS text-message, if the test result is positive, you will receive a phone call. The test results are available at the Health Portal digilugu.ee when accessing it with an ID-card. If the test result is negative then the person must stay in limited self-isolation for the first seven days, which means that they can go to work and do their shopping but they must avoid unnecessary contacts. At work they need to keep distance from other people. A second test must be performed no earlier than 7 days after the results of the first test, and if the results of this test are also negative, a person can resume their daily life. This means that after two negative tests results, a 10-day restriction on freedom of movement will not apply to people arriving from at-risk countries who have not had the test. To book a time for the second test, the person will receive a call from the public testing call centre. The at-risk country is considered to be a country where the infection rate of coronavirus is 50 cases per 100 000 people or higher.

Until the result of the test are returned, the person must be in complete self-isolation. Negative results are notified to the person via text message, when the results are positive, the person will receive a phone call, the result are also accessible when entering the health information system digilugu.ee with the ID card. If the test result is negative, the first six days the person must remain in limited self-isolation, ie you can go to work and, for example, to a store, but unnecessary contacts must be avoided. You should also keep your distance from others while at work. A second test must be performed no earlier than 6 days after the result of the first test, and if it is negative, it is possible to return to regular activities. This means that a person is not subject to a 10-day restriction on freedom of movement after two negative tests, which applies to all those coming from high-risk countries who do not take the test. To book a time for a second test, a call will be made from the public testing call centre. A country at-risk from coronavirus infection is defined as a country with 50 or more cases of infection per 100,000 inhabitants.

Additional information: www.terviseamet.ee, National Crisis Information Phone No: +372 600 1247.

Starting from February 2, there is a derogation from having to self-isolate as a close contact for people who have been vaccinated against or had the coronavirus within the last six months. As an exception, the requirement to stay in a place of residence or a permanent place of stay for 10 days, and the testing requirements are not applied to a person who crosses the border into Estonia having had the coronavirus within the past six months and been declared recovered by a doctor, or having been vaccinated against the coronavirus within the past six months. This person must still adhere to the restrictions in force in Estonia and follow all measures that have been enacted to stop the spread of the virus.

Last updated: 31.01.2021 10:50

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The obligation to self-isolate for 10 calendar days after arriving in Estonia applies to:

  • all symptomatic persons,

  • people who are returning to Estonia from the countries with a high COVID-19 risk, or who have travelled through an at-risk country,

  • all persons entering Estonia who started their journey from a country, or travelled through a country where there is no data on the infection rates,

  • third-country nationals who are not included in the EU joint list of third countries (including, for example, the Russian Federation and Ukraine).

Information about at-risk countries and self-isolation requirements for people arriving in Estonia is available at the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Asymptomatic persons returning to Estonia from COVID-19 risk countries that are member states of the European Union, the European Economic Area, and the Schengen Area who want to end their self-isolation in less than 10 days need to do a test for coronavirus no earlier than 72 hours prior to arriving in Estonia. The second test can then be done in Estonia no earlier than on the sixth day after the first test. The period of six days will be calculated from the day following the first test. The isolation can be terminated early if the results of both tests are negative. Children under the age of 12 have to also go through testing if they want to reduce the self-isolation period.

If the first test result is negative, the person may leave their home in the following cases:

  1. If they have received an order from a health care worker or a police officer to leave the place of residence or permanent stay.

  2. They leave their place of residence or permanent place of stay at the direction of a health care worker to receive health care services or in the event of an emergency which threatens the life or health of a person.

  3. If they fulfil immediate and unavoidable work obligations upon the decision of the employer or participate in an unavoidable family event, and have done at least one test for coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 causing COVID-19 disease after their arrival in Estonia, and the test results are negative.

  4. When they need to leave their place of residence or stay for an essential reason, while remaining nearby their residence as no other option is available.

  5. When they go outdoors and avoid any contacts with other people.

  6. When they have signed a confirmation of compliance with the instructions and current requirements of the Health Board, confirming the obligation to comply with the above requirements.

People who have had their first test in another country (i.e. not at the border) must call to the call centre for people crossing the border by dialling 678 0000 (Monday to Friday 9.00-17.00).

People arriving from the third countries which are not included in the EU joint list of third countries (including, for example, the Russian Federation and Ukraine) need to remain in self-isolation for 10 days when returning to Estonia to work or study, and need to take two tests (first upon arrival to Estonia, second no sooner than on the sixth day). Third country nationals do not have a possibility to reduce their self-isolation period.

Starting from February 2, there is a derogation from having to self-isolate as a close contact for people who have been vaccinated against or had the coronavirus within the last six months. As an exception, the requirement to stay in a place of residence or a permanent place of stay for 10 days, and the testing requirements are not applied to a person who crosses the border into Estonia having had the coronavirus within the past six months and been declared recovered by a doctor, or having been vaccinated against the coronavirus within the past six months. This person must still adhere to the restrictions in force in Estonia and follow all measures that have been enacted to stop the spread of the virus.

Last updated: 01.04.2021 16:29

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A precondition for getting tested is having symptoms of the disease. As a rule, symptoms appear 5-6 days after the infection. In some cases, the infected person is contagious a day or two before the symptoms appear.

  • If you have any symptoms, stay at home, and call your family doctor or the family doctor helpline no. +372 6346 630 või 1220 (24/7). The family doctor will decide whether a test is needed and will give treatment advice.

  • When the family doctor has sent the letter of referral to the testing system, a text message will be sent to the adult getting tested (aged 18 or above) on the number provided on the letter of referral. This will allow for booking the time for testing via online booking system. After letter of referral has arrived at the laboratory information system the website gives you access to the website https://www.veebiregistratuur.ee/102/?service=-1_468, and you can book your time for testing. The patient needs to identify themselves with their ID-card or Mobile-ID in the e-registration environment. This service is facultative and is an additional option for people to book their testing time without having to wait for the testing centre to call them.

  • If you do not wish to use e-registration, or you do not receive the text message for technical reasons, then the testing centre will call you for registration, the calls are made in the order of the letters of referral received within one day (calls will be made from Monday to Saturday). If the call center has not contacted you within 48 hours, we recommend contacting the family doctor to check if the phone number included on the letter of referral is correct, and if the letter of referral has been forwarded. If the phone number is correct on the letter of referral, please contact the test call centrr, their opening times are available on the website https://koroonatestimine.ee/klienditugi/.

  • If you have received the time for your nasopharyngeal test and you want to find out additional information regarding location or driving instructions, then this information is available on the website https://koroonatestimine.ee/testimispunktid/.

  • Take an ID document with you to the test and be on time

  • The nasopharyngeal test sample will be taken only from the person who has the electronic letter of referral at an agreed place and time with an ID document. There is no point in coming just in case, only people with a prior registration are tested. You should come alone for the test.

  • Wait for the result. A person who has given a positive sample will receive a call within two working days, the results will also be added to the digilugu.ee patient portal. If the test was negative, the results will be added under the person's digilugu.ee patient information, as there is not enough capacity to call everybody.

  • If your test is positive, stay at home and follow the advice of your family doctor. If your health deteriorates, contact your family doctor again or call an ambulance on 112. 

  • If Covid-19 infection is confirmed you must remain in self-isolation as ordered by your doctor, following the rules as provided in the Order No 336 of the Government of the Republic from October 29, 2020. A person can leave self-isolation only in exceptional circumstances (if the person has received an order to leave their place of residence or permanent stay from a health care worker or a police official, if a health care worker has referred the person to health care services, or in case of an emergency that endangers the person's health or life).

  • The locations of testing points can be found on https://koroonatestimine.ee/testimispunktid/ , information about testing for a fee can be found on https://koroonatestimine.ee/patsiendile/tasuline-testimine/, more information about the test can also be found on the Health Board website https://www.terviseamet.ee/et/uuskoroonaviirus/testimine, and by phone 1247.

Last updated: 12.01.2021 11:17

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As of November 24, the obligation to wear a mask or cover your nose and mouth is applicable in public spaces in Estonia.

Public indoor space is a space for public use, to which anyone wishing to enter, regardless of the pre-registration requirement, for example, it is a place where many people gather who otherwise not be in contact with each other on a daily basis. The public indoor space may be a shopping centre, public transport, entertainment facility, bank office, museum, exhibition, beauty, and hair salon, etc.

Obligation to wear a mask does not apply for:

  • for children under 12-years of age

  • for people who cannot wear a mask due to health reasons (such as breathing difficulties, certain mental health issues, or allergies)

  • people performing certain tasks or activities (such as eating in a restaurant) where it is not possible due to the nature of the activity or other reasons to wear a mask.

  • people with special needs, such as developmental disorders who are not able to wear a mask according to the requirements, or are not capable of placing or removing the mask

  • a person accompanying a hearing-impaired person, or a person communicating with a person who needs to read lips or expressions, or needs to hear clear speech in order to communicate, if wearing a mask hinders lip-reading).

According to the Order, no medical indication or other special needs issue (including the fact that the mask cannot be worn) need to be proven by a document. People's statements that they have contraindications to mask wearing are considered sufficient.

Situations may arise where the person wearing a mask might have to remove the mask, e.g. in the bank or when receiving health care services, or in the pharmacy or a store, if it is necessary to identify the person, determine the age - including when purchasing products with age restrictions, such as alcohol.

Last updated: 05.02.2021 09:38

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This is not the time for regular travel or leisure travel.

Many countries have established an emergency situation or various restrictions. Depending on the spread of the virus, these measures may continue to be either relaxed or strengthened. Discontinuation of measures is taking place at different rates in different countries and the measures may be reintroduced. Flights are still likely to be cancelled, there will be no intercity transport and restaurants, accommodation, various attractions, ski resorts and beaches will be closed. Different quarantine rules in different countries need to be taken into account, which certainly do not make it possible to meet the purpose of a holiday trip.

As the situation may change rapidly and countries may adopt additional restrictions in the interests of public health, it is certainly worth considering the possibility of cancelling the trip, as it may not be possible to travel.

Before booking a trip, we recommend that you check the travel information on the website ReisiTargalt and on the websites of the authorities of the destination country. In addition, we recommend researching the rights of passengers on the website of the Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority.

Last updated: 07.12.2020 22:17

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Persons who get vaccinated at their family physician's office will, upon request, be issued an immunisation passport in paper format by the family physician. Immunisation passports are issued free of charge.

Many people will already have received an immunisation passport in the past. If you are one of them, please take it with you when you go out to get vaccinated.

Last updated: 11.02.2021 09:30

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Information about entry conditions to other countries can be found on the Reisi Targalt website (in Estonian).

When travelling, it is recommended to adhere to the following principles:

  • before planning a trip, check the information about the infection rate of the country of destination on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • you can find out about travel restrictions in the destination country from the Reisi Targalt website (in Estonian), the European Union ReOpen portal, and in more detail from a foreign representation of the destination country;
  • register your trip on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Reisi Targalt website, so we could inform you about possible crises;
  • follow the recommendations of the Health Board for a safe flight, if you get symptoms, postpone your trip and contact your family doctor;
  • purchase travel insurance and familiarise yourself with all the conditions (including for any travel disruptions caused by COVID-19);
  • when crossing the border, it is obligatory to fill out a declaration which can also be done electronically. The declaration can be filled out 24 hours before arrival in Estonia: iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee. Please hold on to the notification letter that you receive on your e-mail after you have filled out the form! The declarations can still also be filled out on paper, which you can find here (.docx in Estonian).
  • follow the instructions of local authorities in the country of stay and find out about possible new restrictions.
  • follow the rules in force in Estonia when returning from your trip, contact your family doctor in case of suspicion of the virus.
  • Any country may change the conditions for entry and stay in the country with a very short notice. For more detailed information on the conditions of the country of destination, we recommend contacting the foreign representation or authorities of the relevant country.

More information on the coronavirus and movement restrictions from the state information line 1247 (+372 600 1247 when calling from abroad).

Last updated: 11.02.2021 09:30

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