In the offices it is recommended for people to keep physical distance from each other; the work environment to be re-arranged; so that working places would be separated from each other; and the least possible number of employees would be in the same room. If possible; prefer remote working; and holding meetings online. Disperse break times so that there are not many employees gathering in the break rooms at the same time.; 21/04/2022: risk level is set to yellow so companies are encouraged to offer disinfectants and face masks; testing opportunities as well as vaccination opportunities.
Recommendations to allow work from home when necessary.; 15/03/2022: in person work can resume; restrictions lifted.
State of emergency since 12.03.2020 emergency situation to come to the end at midnight 18/05/2020.
From 19 June the 2+2 rule is lifted; but the rule to keep the distance and restrictions on number of participants remains. PREVIOUSLY 2by2 rule means 2 people and 2 meters distance. Additional restrictions apply: Up to two people are allowed to be together in public space. This restriction does not apply to families living and moving around together; and to people performing public duties. At least 2 meters distance should be kept between people in public places; such as outdoor playgrounds; sports grounds; beaches; promenades; health and hiking trails and indoors; except in homes and when this cannot be ensured.
the state has launched a social responsibility campaign “You go out – You spread the virus. Stay home!” (“Lähed välja – levitad viirust. Püsi kodus!”) that calls on the Estonian people to prevent the unintentional spreading of the coronavirus.
the government will send an e-mail to all e-mail addresses in the population register and an SMS to customers of Estonian mobile operators informing people of the new movement restrictions that have taken effect and of changes in the opening hours of commercial and catering establishments that will be enforced soon. this is a second time the government sent out info to 900;000 recipients in Estonian; English and Russian.
Guidelines for healthcare workers (HCW) of WHO case definition; laboratory capacity and PPE.