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From July 15th, indoor events with up to 1500 participants can be held again, of course in compliance with safety regulations. Organizers of events must also ensure that people are enabled to move while maintaining distance from others. The 50-percent capacity rule must still be followed at all times.  Outdoor events can have 2000 participants from July 15th.

Hotels and restaurants in Estonia have stayed open throughout the crisis. Museums, attractions, spas are open and welcoming visitors, with precaution methods and processes in order to ensure that people are and feel safe.

Estonia’s borders are open to visitors . A two-week self-isolation requirement applies to people arriving in Estonia from several countries (based on the coronavirus infection rate), the list is updated weekly. Please see the latest list of those countries on Estonia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs web site.

There is no specific ban on travelling for groups.

It is not mandatory to wear facemasks in Estonia (neither indoor nor outdoor). Masks are available to purchase from any pharmacy though.

For more information on COVID-related restrictions in Estonia and travelling to Estonia, please see Visit Estonia’s dedicated web site

If you require more information on the current situation, please contact our team or check our website for regularly updated information related to the impact of the coronavirus in Estonia.