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Estonia coronavirus travel restrictions

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The travel advice is Do not travel to Estonia. Estonia is Closed for travel. Get travel ban, restrictions alerts and advice before travelling to Estonia. Estonia is part of Europe with main city at Tallinn. Its Developed country with a population of 1M people. The main currency is Euro. The languages spoken are Estonian.
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🚨 Travel Advice for Estonia

Closed

for travel
Travel to Estonia is not allowed from Western Sahara

Exceptional travel

All authorized travelers are required to undergo a 10-day self-isolation. This period can be shortened by showing 2 consecutive negative PCR test results. The first test can be taken up to 72 hours before departure or taken on arrival, and the second test may be done from 6 days after arrival. Those traveling for work or studies are required to complete the 10-day self-isolation period.
Authorized travelers who have recovered from a COVID-19 infection not more than 6 months before travel are exempt from testing and quarantine requirements. More detailed information can be found at https://vm.ee/en/coronavirus-2019-ncov
A completed 'passenger locator form' must be presented on arrival. This form is available online from 24 hours before departure. - Passenger locator form

Vaccinated traveller exceptions

Authorized travelers who present a valid international vaccination certificate for full vaccination against COVID-19, with the use of an approved vaccine, are exempt from testing and quarantine requirements. The vaccination must have been completed within 6 months of departure.
For more details Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Estonia

Travel restriction details for Estonia

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πŸ–οΈ Closed to Vistors
🍽️ Restaurants & bars Open with restrictions
πŸ›οΈ Open shopping
🚌 Operational transport
πŸ“… events Partially Allowed

πŸ”’ Lockdown Details for Estonia

Hotels and other accommodation facilities. Can operate and offer breakfast, but some hotels are still closed either due to restrictions and lack of visitors or renovation.
Shops and services. Shops and service points must ensure that the requirement for dispersal is adhered to with occupancy not allowed to exceed 50%.
Catering services. Indoor occupancy of up to 50% is permitted and the requirement for dispersal must be considered. There is no limit on the number of people in one table. The doors must be closed at 22.00 for customers eating-drinking on the spot. From 14 June, the on-site time for eating-drinking will be extended until midnight with the occupancy restriction and requirement for dispersal remaining the same.
Training. Allowed indoors for up to 200 people and from 14 June for up to 600 people, the requirement for dispersal and for 50% occupancy must be considered throughout.
Saunas, spas, water parks, indoor swimming pools. The 50% occupancy and dispersal requirement must be considered. The number of participants allowed outdoors is up to 250 and up to 200 indoors, closing time at 22.00. From 14 June, a maximum of 600 people can be indoors and a maximum of 1,000 people in outdoors areas. The requirement for room occupancy and dispersal remains the same indoors. Both indoors and outdoors, the facilities need to be closed for customers by midnight.
Events and entertainment. From 31 May, up to 200 people are allowed to take part in a public meeting and event indoors, such as a conference, theatre performance, concert, cinema screening, as well as entertainment and public worship or religious services. The requirement for room occupancy of up to 50% must be considered. Events must end at 22.00, but if, for example, a theatre performance, cinema screening or concert has not ended by that time, the doors may be closed for visitors within a reasonable time after 22.00.
From 14 June, up to 600 people can participate in indoor events and up to 1,000 people in outdoor events. The event must end no later than by midnight. It is possible to organise events with a number of participants higher than required with the general requirements if these are attended only by people who have tested negative for COVID-19, have had COVID-19 or have vaccinated against COVID-19. Up to 3,000 people per day may participate in indoor activities and up to 9,000 people per day in outdoor activities, provided that the infection safety of all participants is ensured.
Participants have to take a rapid antigen test up to 24 hours or a PCR test up to 72 hours before the start of the event. The organiser is also obligated to provide the option for a rapid antigen test on site immediately before the start of the event.
People who have had the complete set of vaccines against COVID-19 in the last 12 months are allowed to participate in the event without taking the test. They will be exempted from the moment they have received maximum protection after vaccination, i.e. for vaccines currently in use, 7 to 15 days after the last injection, depending on the manufacturer. In addition, people who have had COVID-19 in the last year and later received a single dose of vaccine, or who have had COVID-19 after receiving the first dose of vaccine are also exempted from taking the test. Those people who have had COVID-19 and been declared healthy but have not received an additional dose of vaccine will be exempted from taking the test for six months after being declared healthy.
In museums and exhibition facilities room occupancy may not exceed 50% and no more than 200 people can be in one room. From 14 June, up to 600 people may stay indoors in museums and exhibition facilities with a 50% dispersal requirement per room being in force. Outdoor museums and exhibition facilities will continue to have a 50% occupancy limit per visitor area. From 14 June, both indoor and outdoor areas must be closed for visitors no later than by midnight.
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πŸ›‘οΈ Travel safety for Estonia

Do not travel

Lockdown measures are in place. Non-essential travel to Estonia by non-EU citizens and residents to the EU and Schengen Area is restricted. However it may be possible for without COVID-19 symptoms to enter Estonia from an EU Member State, Schengen Convention state and other approved countries. PRC testing and self-isolation is required (see β€˜Travel’). We continue to advise: Do not travel to Estonia due to the health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the significant disruptions to global travel.
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Last updated: July 13, 2021