Facemasks are no longer mandatory in Estonia
It will no longer be mandatory to wear facemasks in Estonia from Sunday (April 3).
This means that from 3rd April onwards, there will no longer be limitations on e.g., the number of people that can gather at any kind of business event, no mandatory masks, and no COVID-19 passport requirements – but people are still encouraged to remember good habits.
Estonia’s coronavirus travel restrictions were eased and simplified from April 1st. It is no longer be necessary to show a coronavirus certificate when traveling from most European countries.
Passengers from European Union and the European Economic Area, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, the Vatican and the United Kingdom will no longer be required to show certificates or isolate on arrival.
Travelers from third countries and residents of Estonia will not need to isolate if they present proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result.
Citizens of the European Union, European Economic Area, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland, the Vatican and the United Kingdom traveling to Estonia from third countries are exempted from isolation if they present proof and take a negative PCR or antigen test done as soon as possible upon arrival from a healthcare provider.
All children under the age of 12, diplomats, transit passengers and war refugees from Ukraine are exempt.
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