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Total doses
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2M
People fully
vaccinated
846.1K
% Fully
vaccinated
63.68%
Masks
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
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Passenger Locator Form
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Health form
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Vaccination
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Visa
Visa not required for 30 countries
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Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
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03.08.2022

From March 3; it is not allowed to organise indoor public events; including cinema showings; concerts; theatre performances; or conferences; but also public worship services and other religious services. But; outdoor public meetings and worship services are allowed in groups of max 10 people. Sports competitions are allowed only for professionals; 50 people may participate in sports competitions and sports and exercise events indoors; and 100 people outdoors. Update 20/04/2021: From May 3; it will be allowed to attend religious services indoors provided that the 2+2 rule and 25% occupancy requirement are followed. Masks are obligatory indoors. Outdoors max 150 people in groups of 10 are allowed to attend a public meeting; religious service; a cultural or a sports event. The event must end latest at 21:00.

02.08.2022

open air museums to open from 02/05/2020; 2+2 rule to be followed (2 persons at 2 meters distance) https://www.valitsus.ee/en/news/special-message-open-air-museums-will-be-opened-and-outdoor-sports-events-will-be-allowed-2-may From Monday; March 16; hobby education must be stopped. Libraries remain open only to a limited extent. Museums and cinemas will be closed to visitors until May 1. Performances; concerts and conferences are prohibited.bUntil May 1; sports competitions are prohibited.After July 1; movies; performances; concerts; conferences; fairs; festivals; and other public events are allowed; including indoor and outdoor sports competitions without spectators; if the 2+2 rule is observed and if the indoor premises are filled to no more than 50 percent capacity. In total; no more than 500 people can participate in any indoor event; even if the space would allow a 50 percent capacity higher than 500 people. The number of participants in the outdoor event may be up to 1000 persons.

02.08.2022

Pursuant to the government order 'Restrictions on the freedom of movement and on holding public meetings and public events as necessary for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease' Art 10; the entertainment venues are closed from 00:00 to 06:00.

02.08.2022

Entertainment venues - visiting is allowed in groups of up to six members; who must keep a distance of at least two metres from other groups. The six -person limit does not apply on families. The maximum occupancy of the room can be up to 50 percent. The doors must be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

02.08.2022

20 April 2021: from May 3; museums and exhibition rooms can be opened. it is mandatory to follow the 2+2 rule and wear a mask indoors. 25% occupancy requirement applies. All other entertainment venues; incl theatres; cinemas; casinos spas; saunas remain closed. UPDATE 11/05/2021: From May 24 re-opening of theatres; cinemas; concert halls with attendance capped at a maximum of 50%. .The same50% occupancy rule also applies to museums; exhibition halls; etc. UPDATE 24/05/2021: Beside the 50% occupancy rule; the maximum number of (seated) attendees allowed at an indoor public event is 200 people. UPDATE 25/05/2021: Starting June 14; up to 600 people can attend cultural events. A 50 percent capacity restriction applies per room and the event must end before midnight. 1;000 people are allowed to take part in events outdoors; the events must finish by midnight. UPDATE 10/05/2021: Starting from June 11; no limits set on the duration of events. UPDATE 17/06/2021; Starting June 28; up to 1000 can attend cultural events indoors; A 50% capacity restriction applies. 5000 people are allowed to take part in outdoor events. UPDATE 22/06/2021: From June 23 there will be no capacity restrictions.

02.08.2022

Eating out and bars must be closed at 10 pm ; food takeaway and home delivery can continue after 10 pm. Only takeaway food is allowed in the malls of the shopping centers.

20.07.2022

As of 27 March; the shopping centers have been closed by order of the emergency manager . Grocery stores; pharmacies; telecommunication companies' sales outlets; bank offices; parcel machines and shops where aids and medical devices are sold or rented on the basis of the respective card will remain open there. Only takeaway food is allowed in the malls of the shopping centers.

07.07.2022

State of emergency since 12.03.2020 : all public meetings are prohibited.

07.07.2022

Sports; training; youth work; recreational activities and hobby education; refresher training: Indoor contact activities with a high risk of viral spread must be in compliance with the 2 + 2 rule; Indoor non-contact and low-risk activities may be performed in a 10 + 1 group. Outdoor groups of 50 max are allowed.

07.07.2022

22/2/2021: Group activities or training in the form of hobby education and activities; refresher training and courses and sports for children and adults are not permitted for at least the next two weeks. Activities or trainings are allowed alone or in pairs; for example with a personal trainer or training partner; ensuring that a distance of at least two metres is kept with other people. Doubles are also allowed in sports that fall under the definition of individual sports; such as tennis. Outdoor sports; training; hobby activities; etc are allowed in groups of up to 50 people.;3/3/2021: Outdoors training groups of 10 pax are allowed.

07.07.2022

From March 11; sports and hobby education is not allowed indoors; Outdoors 2+2 rule has to be followed. These restrictions do not apply on professional sports. Sports competitions continue to be allowed only for professionals: 50 people may participate in sports competitions and sports and exercise events indoors; and 100 people outdoors.;20/04/2021: From April 26 it is allowed to play sports in groups of 10. From May 3; practising sports indoors will be allowed provided that the 2+2 rule and 25% occupancy requirement are followed. Group exercises are prohibited indoors.

07.07.2022

26/04/2021: it is allowed to play sports in groups of 10 outdoors.; 3/05/2021: Practising sports indoors will be allowed provided the 2+2 rule and 25% occupancy requirement are followed. Group trainings are prohibited; except for professional sports.; 24/05/2021: engaging in sports; training; youth work; hobby activities is allowed outdoors if it is ensured that the number of participants is no higher than 25 people per group; including instructor; and a total of 250 people; and that there is no contact with other groups. From May 31; groups of 10 can practise sports indoors; the maximum total number people should not exceed 100; 25% occupancy rule shall apply.; 25/05/2021: From May 31; max 200 people can practise sports indoors; 50% occupancy rule applies. Outdoors: 250 people. ;10/06/2021: From June 11; max 600 people can play sports indoors; 50% occupancy rule applies. Outdoor 1000 people.; 17/06/2021; As of June 28; max 1000 people can engage in sports; training and hobby activities indoors; 50% occupancy. restriction. 5000 pax allowed outdoors.; 22/06/2021 As of June 23 50% occupancy restriction removed.

07.07.2022

Pursuant to the Government order 'Restrictions on the freedom of movement and on holding public meetings and public events as necessary for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease' : Art 9. In restaurants; bars; cafes and entertainment venues up to 10 persons may be and move around together while keeping at least two metres of distance from others; except in cases when said requirements cannot be reasonably ensured. The requirement for being groups of up to 10 persons does not apply to families. The entertainment venues have to ensure 50% capacity. Update 14/12: Sports and training indoors: Only contactless individual activities and training with a trainer are allowed indoors. The 2 + 2 rule applies and a mask must be worn. The same regulation applies to indoor hobby activities; refresher courses; etc. The requirements do not apply to activities related to the military defence or internal security of the state. Outdoor sports are allowed in groups of up to 10; plus a trainer.

07.07.2022

Outdoor sports and hobby activities/events in a group of 25 persons are permitted nationwide with the exception of Ida-Virumaa and Harju County and Tallinn.

06.07.2022

From 18 January; sports; training; youth work; recreational activities; hobby education; and refresher training and courses will be allowed indoors as individual activities with a supervisor. The occupancy of the room must not exceed 25 per cent and other rules for preventing the spread of the coronavirus; e.g. the obligation to wear a mask and requirements of disinfection; must be observed.

21.04.2022

09/08/2021 Public services and religious services may be held with the proviso that up to 50 people may attend them in the temples or that the requirement of up to 50 per cent occupancy must be taken into account. Masks must be worn.; 01/04/2022: Public meetings and events are allowed; masks do not have to be worn.

21.04.2022

26/08/2021 In public indoor areas where the COVID certificate is not checked; protective masks must be worn. In addition; in public areas where COVID-19 safety certification is required; this should be done by all clients or participants; regardless of the number of people. This does not apply for outdoor events; 22/10/21: medical masks to be worn in indoor spaces including cinemas; theatres and concerts regardless of COVID certificate rules; 31/03/2022 The government made a fundamental decision to abolish the obligation to wear a protective mask in Estonia.

21.04.2022

31/03/2022 There is a recommendation to wear a mask in a crowded public interior; especially for people at risk.

21.04.2022

Tallinn major hospitals have banned visitations. ; 3/08/2021: visits can occur if visitor has a negative test or vaccine proof.; 15/03/2022: pass requirements lifted.

30.03.2022

Up to 50 participants are allowed in uncontrolled indoor events and activities; and up to 100 participants are allowed in outdoors; such as; public meetings and events without infection control; including conferences; theater performances; concerts; cinema screenings; as well as to the provision of entertainment services such as nightclubs; casinos; billiard rooms; children's playrooms; museums; exhibitions; sport; training; youth work; hobby activities and education; in-service training and education; the organization of sports competitions and sporting and exercise events; saunas; spas; swimming pools; water parks and swimming pools.;01/11/2021 There will be a restriction on movement in public indoor areas from 23:00 until 06:00. The restriction applies to nightclubs and bars and other entertainment establishments such as cinemas; theaters; concert halls; museums; exhibition centers; water parks; spas; public saunas; etc. Sports competitions and events must also end by 11 pm.; 15/03/2022 The government removes the 23:00 closing restriction. Guests 12 years old and older must wear a mask indoors.

30.03.2022

Up to 100 participants are allowed in uncontrolled outdoor events and activities. This does not apply to commercial activities and the provision of other services; including accommodation; where the hygiene and space occupancy requirements remain. Events and activities can have a larger number of participants only with COVID-19 vaccination certification.; 14/02/2022: COVID Certificate will be abolished for all outdoor events and activities. To ensure infection safety; event organizers must avoid close crowds; take into account the number of participants or spectators allowed and disperse them if necessary; and ensure that they stay together for as short a time as possible (eg competition start areas; event entrances; etc.). It is also recommended to wear a mask at outdoor events if the activity allows it.; 15/03/2022 The government removes the obligation to check the COVID certificate. Public meetings and events are allowed and masks must be worn indoors.;

30.03.2022

Up to 50 participants are allowed in uncontrolled indoor events and activities. This does not apply to commercial activities and the provision of other services; including accommodation; where hygiene and space occupancy requirements remain. Events and activities can have a larger number of participants only with COVID-19 vaccination certification.; 15/03/2022 The government removes the obligation to check the COVID certificate. Public meetings and events are allowed and masks must be worn indoors.

17.02.2022

Tallinn City Office started a social campaign 'Protect yourself and others!' inviting all citizens to wear a mask in crowded public places; e.g. public transport and all indoor places; where keeping a safe distance is not possible. 'By adapting this new habit to our everyday life; we are able to put the virus behind us!' is the message.

08.02.2022

Masks recommended for people 0-65 indoors and outdoors if gatherings more than 50 and less than 100 people. For people 65+ masks recommended in any gatherings.

08.02.2022

General public had a general recommendation for voluntary use in indoor crowded spaces; there is no recommendation to wear a mask at home or outdoors.

08.02.2022

Since 19 May masks are recommended for crowded interiors; public transport; shopping malls; etc. Indoors masks are recommended for people 30-65 years and 65+ regardless of gathering size.

08.02.2022

Pursuant to the Government order: employees and visitors of social welfare institutions shall wear a mask as personal protective equipment inside the relevant institution.

08.02.2022

From 12 October 2020; a recommendation for the use of protective masks was provided. This message was reinforced in a press conference on 4 November; where the deputy director of the Estonian Health Board gave a strong recommendation to wear protective masks in public transport and any crowded public space.

25.08.2021

20 April 2021: Public worship services are allowed provided the following rules are followed: 2+2 rule; mask to be worn indoors; 25% occupancy requirement. The places of worship must be closed by 19:00. UPDATE 24/05/2021: Indoor public meetings; including indoor religious services are allowed if the 50% occupancy is ensured; the total number of attendees is no higher than 200 people and the venue has to be closed by 22.00 From June 14; 600 people can attend a public religious service; which must end by 24:00. 50% occupancy rule apples. UPDATE 10/06/2021: From June 11 time limits to be removed. UPDATE 17/06.2021: As of June 28; 1000 people can attend a public religious service indoors. 50% occupancy rule is applied. Update 22/06/2021: From June 23 50% occupancy restrictions removed; requirement for dispersal remains in force.

17.08.2021

17/06/2021: As of 28 June; the number of participants engaging in sports; training; youth work; hobby activities allowed indoors is 1000 people. It must be ensured that occupancy does not exceed 50% 22/06/2021: The 50 % occupancy restriction removed as of June 23.; 02/08/2021 Up to 500 people can take part in indoor events and activities without infection control; but up to 1;000 people can take part in indoor events that are preceded by an inspection of the safety of visitors for infection; ie proof of vaccination; passage or a negative test.

17.08.2021

Up to 1;500 participants are allowed in outdoor events and activities that are not preceded by a safety inspection checking participant's proof of vaccination; negative test; or evidence of previous SARS-CoV-2 infection. Events and activities in which participants are checked for a negative test result; evidence of previous SARS-CoV-2 infection; or COVID-19 vaccination will continue to be subject to the current procedure and can accommodate up to 12;000 participants.

17.08.2021

From June 11; up to 1000 people can participate in outdoor events.

29.06.2021

20 April 2021: Starting from May 3; restaurants; cafes; bars can provide catering only in outdoor spaces. Groups of maximum 10 people are allowed; 50% occupancy rule applies. The catering venues have to be closed by 21:00. Takeaway services are allowed as previously. UPDATE: 11/05/2021: From May 24 indoor dining shall be allowed at 50 percent maximum occupancy. UPDATE 24/05/2021. Groups of 6 people are allowed indoors; group of 10 people outdoors. 50% occupancy rule. Restaurants; bars; cafes should close at 22:00. UPDATE 25/05/2021: Starting June 14; there are no restrictions on the number of people at one table. 50 percent capacity is allowed indoors. Restaurants; bars; cafes should close by 24:00 he distancing requirement must be considered and doors must be closed by midnight. Terraces and outdoor areas must also be closed by midnight. UPDATE 08/06/2021: From June 11 restrictions on the opening hours will be removed. UPDATE 22/06/2021: From June 23 - 50% occupancy requirement to be removed; requirement for dispersal remains in force.

29.06.2021

From 26 April it is allowed to play sports in groups of 10 outdoors. From May 3; Practising sports indoors will be allowed provided the 2+2 rule and 25% occupancy requirement are followed. Group trainings are prohibited; except for professional sports. UPDATE 24/05/2021: engaging in sports; training; youth work; hobby activities is allowed outdoors if it is ensured that the number of participants is no higher than 25 people per group; including instructor; and a total of 250 people; and that there is no contact with other groups. From May 31; groups of 10 can practise sports indoors; the maximum total number people should not exceed 100; 25% occupancy rule shall apply. UPDATE 25/05/2021: From May 31; max 200 people can practise sports indoors; 50% occupancy rule applies. Outdoors: 250 people. UPDATE; 10/06/2021: From June 11; max 600 people can play sports indoors; 50% occupancy rule applies. Outdoor 1000 people. UPDATE 17/06/2021; As of June 28; max 1000 people can engage in sports; training and hobby activities indoors; 50% occupancy. restriction. 5000 pax allowed outdoors. UPDATE 22/06/2021 As of June 23 50% occupancy restriction removed.

29.06.2021

20 April 2021: from May 3; museums and exhibition rooms can be opened. it is mandatory to follow the 2+2 rule and wear a mask indoors. 25% occupancy requirement applies. All other entertainment venues; incl theatres; cinemas; casinos spas; saunas remain closed. UPDATE 11/05/2021: From May 24 re-opening of theatres; cinemas; concert halls with attendance capped at a maximum of 50%. .The same50% occupancy rule also applies to museums; exhibition halls; etc. UPDATE 24/05/2021: Beside the 50% occupancy rule; the maximum number of (seated) attendees allowed at an indoor public event is 200 people. UPDATE 25/05/2021: Starting June 14; up to 600 people can attend cultural events. A 50 percent capacity restriction applies per room and the event must end before midnight. 1;000 people are allowed to take part in events outdoors; the events must finish by midnight. UPDATE 10/05/2021: Starting from June 11; no limits set on the duration of events. UPDATE 17/06/2021; Starting June 28; up to 1000 can attend cultural events indoors; A 50% capacity restriction applies. 5000 people are allowed to take part in outdoor events. UPDATE 22/06/2021: From June 23 there will be no capacity restrictions.

29.06.2021

Update 20 April 2021: from May 3 sports training are allowed in gyms; sports centres; swimming pools provided that the 2+2 principle is followed. 25% occupancy requirement must be observed. Update 24/05/2021: from May 31; 50% occupancy requirement for indoor public saunas; spas; swimming pools and water parks. The total number of participants shall not be higher than 200 people and the venues have to be closed by 22:00. Update 25/05/2021: Starting June 14; up to 600 people can be in an indoor aquatic space; a 50 percent capacity restriction applies. Doors must be closed for clients by midnight Update 10/06/2021: From June 11 time limits removed. Update 17/06/2021 As of June 28; 1000 people may be and move around in indoor public saunas; spas; swimming pools and water parks. 50% occupancy rule applies. In outdoor public pools; waterparks etc; 5000 people re allowed. UPDATE 22/06/2021 From June 23; 50% occupancy rule removed; requirement of dispersion remains in force.

29.06.2021

20 April 2021: All shops will be open from 3 May. It is mandatory to follow the 2+2 rule; wear a mask indoors. 25% occupancy requirement must be observed. Same rules apply to service providers: hairdressers; beauty salons; etc. UPDATE 24/05/2021: 50% occupancy; 2+2 rule; wearing a mask indoors. UPDATE 01/06/2021: From June 2; masks are no longer obligatory; but recommended in crowded; badly ventilated closed spaces. UPDATE 22/06/2021: From June 23; 50% occupancy rule removed.

29.06.2021

From May 24; the maximum number of people attending a public outdoor event shall be 250. The event must end latest at 21:00. UPDATE 25/05/2021: From May 31 50% capacity requirement; the events must end by 22:00.

29.06.2021

At indoor public events including conferences; theatre performances; concerts and film screenings; religious services the total number of attendees allowed is 200 people. the 50% occupancy rule applies. The events should end by 22:00. UPDATE 25/05/2021: Starting June 14; a maximum of 600 people are allowed to participate in indoor activities; a 50 percent capacity restriction applies. The events must end by 24:00. UPDATE 10/06/2021: Starting from June 11; 600 people are allowed to participate in indoor activities; 50% capacity restriction. The restriction on occupancy does not apply to professional sports activities; activities related to the military defence and internal security; activities of disabled people.

16.06.2021

Between May 3 and May 24; the maximum number of people attending a public outdoor event shall be 150.

16.06.2021

An obligation to wear a mask or cover one's nose and mouth in public indoor places. The obligation does not apply to children under the age of 12.

31.05.2021

Outdoor events are allowed for up to 250 people; and they must be dispersed.

31.05.2021

From 28 November; up to 250 people can take part in an indoor public event; but in a room with stationary seating; such as a cinema; theatre; or concert hall. 400 people are allowed. Update 22 February: Public gatherings and services with non-stationary seating are allowed indoors with a maximum occupancy of 50%. In this case; indoor gatherings can be attended by up to 200 people. The changes do not apply to events taking place in a room with stationary seating.

31.05.2021

From May 3; it will be allowed to attend to attend a public meeting; religious service; a cultural or a sports event. The event must end latest at 21:00. Maximum 150 people are allowed to gather in groups of 10.

04.05.2021

Gyms; spas; saunas swimming pools closed for general public with the exception of for professional sportsmen. Update 20 April 2021: from May 3 sports training are allowed in gyms; sports centres; swimming pools provided that the 2+2 principle is followed. 25% occupancy requirement must be observed.

04.05.2021

During the period of 3 March to 28 March; it is not allowed to organise indoor public events; including public worship services. 9 March 2021: The ban is extended until 11 April. Worship services are allowed outdoors in groups of 10 people. The churches may remain open only for individual prayer. 1 April 2021: The ban is extended until 25 April. 20 April 2021: Public worship services are allowed provided the following rules are followed: 2+2 rule; mask to be worn indoors; 25% occupancy requirement. The places of worship must be closed by 19:00.

04.05.2021

During the period of 3 March 2021 to 28 March 2021; it is not allowed to organise indoor public events; including cinema showings; concerts; theatre performances; or conferences. It is also not allowed to be in casinos; night clubs; bowling or pool halls; or children's playrooms; museums and exhibition venues. 9 March 2021: All public indoor spaces must remain closed for visitors until 11 April. 1 April 2021: Ban extended until April 25. 20 April 2021: from May 3; museums and exhibition rooms can be opened. 2+2 rule; wearing a mask and 25% occupancy requirement are mandatory.

04.05.2021

All trade; except for pharmacies; grocery stores; pet stores; eyewear stores and other essential services must be closed and can only be open if delivery of goods or drive-in sales are an option.. BUT The service providers e.g. post offices; bank offices; libraries; beauty and hair salons; shoe and watch repair shops; car repair shops; tire change points; mobile phone stores that offer mobile phone and computer repair services may continue their activities. Starting from March 11.; the occupancy requirement will be reduced to 25% and other rules: the 2+2 rule; the obligation to wear a mask; following the disinfection requirements must be followed. Update 20 April: All shops will be open from May3. Rules applied: 2+2; the obligation to wear a mask indoors; 25% occupancy requirement.

04.05.2021

From March 3; it is not allowed to organise indoor public events; including cinema showings; concerts; theatre performances; or conferences; but also public worship services and other religious services. But; outdoor public meetings and worship services are allowed in groups of max 10 people. Sports competitions are allowed only for professionals; 50 people may participate in sports competitions and sports and exercise events indoors; and 100 people outdoors. Update 20/04/2021: From May 3; it will be allowed to attend religious services indoors provided that the 2+2 rule and 25% occupancy requirement are followed. Masks are obligatory indoors. Outdoors max 150 people in groups of 10 are allowed to attend a public meeting; religious service; a cultural or a sports event. The event must end latest at 21:00.

04.05.2021

Outdoor public events and public meetings are allowed in groups of up to 10 people and it must be ensured that different groups do not come into contact with each other. It is not allowed to organise public events between the hours of 21.00 and 06.00. 2+2 rule applies. Sports competitions for professionals: 100 people may participate in sports competitions and sports and exercise events outdoors. Update 20 April 2021: From May 3; it will be allowed to attend to attend a public meeting; religious service; a cultural or a sports event. The event must end latest at 21:00. Maximum 150 people are allowed to gather in groups of 10.

04.05.2021

From March 11; sports and hobby education is not allowed indoors; Outdoors 2+2 rule has to be followed. These restrictions do not apply on professional sports. Sports competitions continue to be allowed only for professionals: 50 people may participate in sports competitions and sports and exercise events indoors; and 100 people outdoors. 20/04/2021: From April 26 it is allowed to play sports in groups of 10. From May 3; practising sports indoors will be allowed provided that the 2+2 rule and 25% occupancy requirement are followed. Group exercises are prohibited indoors.

04.05.2021

All restaurants; cafes; etc would be closed; only takeaway allowed. 20 April 2021: Starting from May 3; restaurants; cafes; bars are allowed to provide catering only in outdoor spaces. Groups of maximum 10 people are allowed; 50% occupancy rule applies. The catering venues have to be closed by 21:00. Takeaway service will be allowed as previously.

26.03.2021

From 6 March; catering establishments are open for customers only on business days from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The occupancy of the room may not exceed 25 per cent. On weekends; catering establishments must be closed for eating and drinking on site. Take-away food sale is allowed at any time.

15.03.2021

Restaurants; cafes can be open from 6 a.m. till 9 p.m. Up to six guests may be seated at one table and there must be at a distance of at least two metres from other people. No restrictions established on the time for take-away sales. Update 22/2: The 50% occupancy rule will apply. Between 25 September 2020 till 31 March 2021; alcohol sale is prohibited from 00:00 to 10:00; it applies to bars; night clubs; restaurants; hotels.

15.03.2021

Entertainment venues - visiting is allowed in groups of up to six members; who must keep a distance of at least two metres from other groups. The six -person limit does not apply on families. The maximum occupancy of the room can be up to 50 percent. The doors must be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

15.03.2021

50% occupancy restriction applied to public religious services.

15.03.2021

Gyms; sport centres; swimming pools; public saunas; spas; water parks may only be used if the the scattering of people and up to 50% customer capacity is ensured by the service provider. 2+2 rule must be followed. Update 14/12: Only contactless individual activities and training with a trainer are allowed indoors. The 2 + 2 rule applies and a mask must be worn (The obligation to wear a mask does not apply to children under the age of 12 or if it is not possible to wear a mask due to health reasons or the nature of work and activity). Outdoor sports are allowed in groups of up to 10; plus a trainer. Update 30/1 Indoor contact activities with a high risk of viral spread must be in compliance with the 2 + 2 rule. Non-contact and low-risk activities may be performed in a 10 + 1 group. In outdoor conditions; groups of 50 pax are allowed. Update 22/2: Activities or trainings are allowed alone or in pairs; e.g. with a personal trainer or training partner; ensuring that a distance of at least two metres is kept with other people. Doubles are also allowed in sports that fall under the definition of individual sports; such as tennis.

15.03.2021

From 6 March; shops and shopping centres must be closed on weekends. On Saturdays and Sundays; goods may be sold and delivered to the customer in an outdoor sales or delivery area of the store; where the dispersal of people must be ensured. On weekdays; a 25% occupancy limit applies. 2+2 rules has to be observed.

15.03.2021

22/2: Group activities or training in the form of hobby education and activities; refresher training and courses and sports for children and adults are not permitted for at least the next two weeks. Activities or trainings are allowed alone or in pairs; for example with a personal trainer or training partner; ensuring that a distance of at least two metres is kept with other people. Doubles are also allowed in sports that fall under the definition of individual sports; such as tennis. Outdoor sports; training; hobby activities; etc are allowed in groups of up to 50 people. Update 3/3: Outdoors training groups of 10 pax are allowed.

15.03.2021

Gyms and sport centres are only open for individual sports. Public saunas; spas; swimming pools; and water parks are generally closed for visitors from 22/02/2021. The restriction does not apply to professional sport activities.

02.03.2021

Sports; training; youth work; recreational activities and hobby education; refresher training: Indoor contact activities with a high risk of viral spread must be in compliance with the 2 + 2 rule; Indoor non-contact and low-risk activities may be performed in a 10 + 1 group. Outdoor groups of 50 max are allowed.

02.03.2021

For outdoor events the maximum number of participants is 500. This maximum number of participants does not apply in children’s playrooms.

02.03.2021

Saunas; spas; water parks; and swimming pools must remain closed for visitors; except for the purpose of individual sports.

12.02.2021

From 18 January; sports; training; youth work; recreational activities; hobby education; and refresher training and courses will be allowed indoors as individual activities with a supervisor. The occupancy of the room must not exceed 25 per cent and other rules for preventing the spread of the coronavirus; e.g. the obligation to wear a mask and requirements of disinfection; must be observed.

12.02.2021

From 18 January; restaurants; cafés; and other catering establishments may be open to customers between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. The occupancy of the room must not exceed 25 per cent; 2 + 2 rule must be followed on the premises; (this rule is not applicable to families). No restrictions for take-away sales.

12.02.2021

Pursuant to the government order'Restrictions on the freedom of movement and on holding public meetings and public events as necessary for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease' Art 9; restaurants; bars are not allowed to serve customers from 22:00 to 06:00; except for the purpose of takeaway or provision of delivery or transport services

12.02.2021

Pursuant to the government order 'Restrictions on the freedom of movement and on holding public meetings and public events as necessary for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease' Art 10; the entertainment venues are closed from 00:00 to 06:00.

12.02.2021

Outdoor sports and hobby activities/events in a group of 25 persons are permitted nationwide with the exception of Ida-Virumaa and Harju County and Tallinn.

12.02.2021

Pursuant to the Government order 'Restrictions on the freedom of movement and on holding public meetings and public events as necessary for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease' : Art 9. In restaurants; bars; cafes and entertainment venues up to 10 persons may be and move around together while keeping at least two metres of distance from others; except in cases when said requirements cannot be reasonably ensured. The requirement for being groups of up to 10 persons does not apply to families. The entertainment venues have to ensure 50% capacity. Update 14/12: Sports and training indoors: Only contactless individual activities and training with a trainer are allowed indoors. The 2 + 2 rule applies and a mask must be worn. The same regulation applies to indoor hobby activities; refresher courses; etc. The requirements do not apply to activities related to the military defence or internal security of the state. Outdoor sports are allowed in groups of up to 10; plus a trainer.

01.02.2021

All sports facilities; including sports club; saunas; spas; swimming pools; water parks are closed for visitors. Restrictions do not apply to professional athletes; including national championship teams; team members and team candidates. There is also no restriction for people with special needs.

01.02.2021

All sports facilities must be closed to customers; including sports clubs; saunas; spas; swimming pools; water centres; and swimming pools. The restriction does not apply to professional sports activities taking place in the competitive system of sports governing bodies; including members and candidates of adult and youth national teams and big league teams; activities related to the country’s military defence and internal security; and people with special needs. Exercise and training in public indoor areas are not allowed. Contactless individual activities and training are allowed outdoors; either alone or with a trainer.

01.02.2021

All outdoor and indoor public meetings and events; including conferences; theatre performances; concerts; and cinema screenings are not allowed. Churches and other religious venues may remain open under the current requirements. The 50% occupancy and 2+2 requirements must be followed.

01.02.2021

All sales and service halls of catering companies must be closed to customers. Food takeaway and related courier service will be allowed.

01.02.2021

Entertainment venues are closed to visitors. But; museums and exhibition facilities can be visited while following the 2 + 2 rule; and the occupancy of the room must remain below 50 per cent. A mask must be worn indoors. Outdoors; the size of the visitor group may still be up to 11 people.

01.02.2021

Entertainment venues are closed to visitors. But Museums and exhibition facilities can be visited while following the 2 + 2 rule; and the occupancy of the room must remain below 50 per cent. A mask must be worn indoors. Outdoors; the size of the visitor group may still be up to 11 people.

18.01.2021

It is not allowed to hold public meetings and events; including conferences; theatre performances; concerts; and indoor cinema viewings. Museums and exhibitions must also be closed to visitors. NB! Up to 10 people can take part in public events and meetings outdoors; the event should be finished by 22.

18.01.2021

Entertainment and accommodation facilities closed to customers and visitors from 12 December. The restriction on accommodation services does not apply to people directly involved in resolving the emergency situation; such as doctors and nurses who have gone to work in Ida-Viru County from other parts of Estonia. Accommodation services allowed again from 28 December 2020.

18.01.2021

All restaurants; bars; cafes are closed to customers; except for food takeaways and delivery services.

17.12.2020

Sports and training indoors: in Harju County and Ida-Viru County up to 10 people in a group are allowed; The requirements do not apply to activities carried out under schools curricula. The requirements do not apply to professional and semi-professional sports activities within the competitions system of a sports federation. The same regulation applies to indoor hobby activities; refresher courses; etc. The requirements do not apply to activities related to the military defence or internal security of the state.

17.12.2020

State of emergency since 12.03.2020 : all public meetings are prohibited.

08.12.2020

The High School of Collegium Educationis Revaliae in Tallinn has decided to make wearing protective masks mandatory for both the teachers and all students (starting from grade 1). This action has not been coordinated with the National Health Board.

04.12.2020

up to 1000 people outdoors from 1 July; up to 2000 people outdoors until further notice and keeping a distance from 15 July.

04.12.2020

Pursuant to the amended government order(24/09); public meetings are allowed if the organiser of an indoor meeting ensures up to 50% attendance capacity and the number of attendees up to 750 people.

22.10.2020

Up to 1500 people can gather indoors from 15 July; but not more that 50 % of venue capacity.

09.09.2020

Care home restrictions: social welfare institutions; hospitals and detention centers will be subject to a visit ban.

09.09.2020

Social welfare institutions; hospitals and detention centers will be subject to a visit ban.

26.08.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 11 May 2020 to TBD

All museums and cinemas closed. All shops that have a separate entry are opened. Even if they are not essential. Update 07.05.2020 The Government Committee decided to allow the opening of shopping centres on 11 May under limited conditions. The 2-by-2 rule must be still observed in shopping centres, and safety of the employees and customers assured. Customers are strongly recommended to wear masks or cover their nose and mouth. Entertainment facilities for children and adults located in shopping centres (e.g. cinemas, casinos, bowling, gaming rooms, etc.) will remain closed. as of May 11, all stores and services at shopping centres can re-open, provided that 2-by-2 rule will be observed, and disinfectants will be available for both employees and customers. Customers are strongly recommended to wear a mask when visiting the stores, or to cover their mouth and nose. It is recommended to prepare your shopping list in advance, so you would spend the least time possible in the shop and avoid touching products unnecessarily. If you have any symptoms of the disease, do not visit the stores. s of May 11, restaurants and catering establishments are allowed to open (including consuming food on the premises), 2-by-2 rule must be observed, disinfectants must be provided both for the employees and the customers. Provision of service at the table is mandatory, and the clients can only serve themselves if the food has been packaged. At the same time, the restriction remains which allows consumption of food at the premises of the catering establishment until 22:00, to prevent people from gathering in the evenings.

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 01 June 2020 to 30 June 2020

All public gatherings are prohibited (update of the 23th March). All performances, concerts, and conferences are prohibited. All sports competitions are prohibited until 1 May. In all public places: at least 2 meters apart from people. Gathering of more than 2 people is forbidden. April 28th: The government decided to supplement the previous order by allowing people to visit open-air museums and exhibits in the outdoor areas of museums and to organise outdoor sports events from 2 May. The organisation of sports and exercise events is allowed provided that there are a maximum of 10 participants in the group and the 2 + 2 rule is followed (you can move alone or in pairs and keep a distance of 2 metres with other people). The organiser of exercise events must ensure that disinfectants are available. Visits to open-air museums and exhibits in the outdoor areas of museums will also be allowed if there are a maximum of 10 visitors in the group and they follow the 2 + 2 rule, and the service provider ensures the availability of disinfection equipment. It is still not allowed to enter the exhibits – for example, it is not allowed to visit the farmhouses on the territory of the open-air museum. However: The decision that no major events will be held in Estonia until 31 August was also approved at the cabinet meeting. https://www.kriis.ee/en/news/no-public-events-will-be-held-estonia-may-and-june Update May 2 As of Saturday, May 2, it is allowed to use the training equipment outdoors provided: the owner or the holder guarantees the disinfection of the equipment after each use, but no less than every 24 hours. The users comply with the 2+2 rule. According to the 2+2 rule, the gym can be used alone or with one other person and need at least 2-metres of distance must be maintained from others. This does not apply to families exercising together. The supervision of the requirement is carried out by the local governments. Access to indoor gyms is still not allowed, as the risk of infection is high indoors. NB! Local municipalities may impose their own rules on outdoor gyms, i.e. the rules may differ by municipality, depending on the local circumstances. Update 18.05.20 Public events will not be taking place in May and June. Public events, including cinema sessions, plays, concerts and conferences are allowed starting from July 1. The organizer of the event must guarantee the adherence to: the 2+2 rule; the requirement that at indoor events, the occupancy can be 50% at the most, but no more than 500 people; the requirement that no more than a 1000 people can participate at an outdoor event. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EVENTS AND MEETINGS: Public meetings can resume from May 18. From May 18 until the end of May, the organizer of a public meeting must ensure the adherence to: the 2+2 rule; the requirement that indoors the occupancy can be 50% at most but no more than 10 people; the requirement that outdoors there can be no more than 100 participants. Starting from June 1 it is allowed to hold a public meeting indoors with a higher number of participants than previously. The organizer of the meeting must ensure the adherence to: the 2+2 rule; the requirement that indoors the occupancy can be 50% at most but no more than 50 people; the requirement that outdoors there can be no more than 100 participants. Starting from July 1, the number of allowed participants will go up again. Public meetings are allowed, provided that the organizer ensures the adherence to: the 2+2 rule; the requirement that indoors the occupancy can be 50% at most but no more than 500 people; the requirement that outdoors there can be no more than 1000 participants. Drive-in cinemas and concerts may be held in suitable indoor conditions Regarding drive-in cinemas and concerts, the government lifted the restriction that required such events to be held outdoors. This means that under special conditions, drive-in events can be held in suitable indoor conditions, e.g. in a large hall. The 2 + 2 rule must be followed, it is not allowed to leave the car without good reason, and there must be sufficient distance between parked cars. As with outdoor events, disinfectants must also be provided at indoor events where necessary. Public events, such as film screenings, theatre performances, and concerts, are allowed from 1 June. From 1 June, public events, such as film screenings, theatre performances, fairs, festivals, conferences, etc., will be allowed both indoors and outdoors. However, the organiser must ensure compliance with the 2 + 2 rule and the 50 per cent capacity requirement, and no more than 50 persons may take part in the event. Public events held outdoors may not be attended by more than 100 persons. Museums and exhibitions For museums and exhibitions, the 10-person limit for visiting groups will be waived from 1 June. The 2 + 2 rule must be observed. Casinos and arcades will be opened in June From 1 June, casinos and arcades can be opened again, but establishments must comply with the 50 per cent capacity requirement and no more than 50 visitors are allowed on the premises. In addition, disinfectants must be available for staff and visitors. From 1 June, restaurants and bars may be open for visitors after 10 p.m. Catering establishments may host visitors at their premises after 10 p.m. without restrictions from 1 June. The 2 + 2 rule must be observed and disinfectants must be made available. From the same date, catering establishments may also sell alcohol after 10 p.m. From July, sports competitions can be held with spectators indoors and outdoors From 1 July, sports competitions can be held with spectators, provided that the 2 + 2 rule is observed, the organisers comply with the 50 per cent capacity requirement, and no more than 500 persons take part of the event. It is allowed to organise a sports competition outdoors with up to 1,000 participants if the rules are followed. The total number of participants includes both competitors and spectators. In the interests of readability and comprehensibility, the wording of the order has also been improved and some technical clarifications have been made which do not change the content of the restrictions. Update 04/06 The restriction limiting the number of participants of indoor events is relaxed from 50 to 100 From 1 June to 30 June, public events may be organised with 100 participants instead of a maximum of 50 people. Indoors, the 50 per cent occupancy limit and the 2+2 rule must be observed. This applies to public events (cinemas, theatres, concerts, etc.) as well as to meetings, casinos, and arcades. Similarly, the requirements imposed on public events also apply to basic schools, upper secondary schools, vocational education institutions, refresher training institutions, open youth centres, hobby activities, and hobby education, with the exception of the research and development activities of universities and research institutions. Until 30 June, the 2+2 rule and the limit of 100 participants also apply to sports competitions held indoors without spectators. It is allowed to organise a sports competition outdoors with spectators if the number of participants does not exceed 100. The organiser must ensure that disinfectants are available. Update August 18 The government provides for the possibility to establish exceptions for the organisation of sports competitions and events and public events by its decision. The exception is intended for major events that exceed the current limit for the number of outdoor and indoor participants, i.e. 1,500 indoor and 2,000 outdoor participants. The Health Board may impose restrictions on the freedom of movement of participants in such events, and other additional measures may be taken to prevent the spread of the virus. The government can decide to make such a distinction in the overriding public or national interest. In order to organise this event, the local government must know of it, and the organiser of the event must have discussed with the Health Board how the risks of the spread of the virus are managed.

14.07.2020

After June 1 2020; 100 people indoors allowed instead of 50. Also; possibly after July 1; movies; performances; concerts; conferences; fairs; festivals; and other public events are allowed; including indoor and outdoor sports competitions without spectators; if the 2+2 rule is observed and if the indoor premises are filled to no more than 50 percent capacity. In total; no more than 500 people can participate in any indoor event; even if the space would allow a 50 percent capacity higher than 500 people. The number of participants in the outdoor event may be up to 1000 persons.

14.07.2020

Up to 100 people can gather outdoors.

16.06.2020

Religious services allowed again on 19/05 and onwards.

03.06.2020

Not more tan 10 people and up to 50% of the interior space may be filled with people; then; 50 people until June 1; after 100 people indoors allowed instead of 50 . Also; after July 1; movies; performances; concerts; conferences; fairs; festivals; and other public events are allowed; including indoor and outdoor sports competitions without spectators; if the 2+2 rule is observed and if the indoor premises are filled to no more than 50 percent capacity. In total; no more than 500 people can participate in any indoor event; even if the space would allow a 50 percent capacity higher than 500 people. The number of participants in the outdoor event may be up to 1000 persons.

19.04.2020

People receiving 24-hour nursing or care services are not allowed to leave the area of the facility until the end of the emergency situation. Only a person without symptoms may go home from a nursing home; with the understanding that they cannot return to the nursing home until the end of the emergency situation.

02.04.2020

Eating out and bars must be closed at 10 pm ; food takeaway and home delivery can continue after 10 pm. Only takeaway food is allowed in the malls of the shopping centers.

02.04.2020

As of 27 March; the shopping centers have been closed by order of the emergency manager . Grocery stores; pharmacies; telecommunication companies' sales outlets; bank offices; parcel machines and shops where aids and medical devices are sold or rented on the basis of the respective card will remain open there. Only takeaway food is allowed in the malls of the shopping centers.

02.04.2020

From Monday; March 16; hobby education must be stopped. Libraries remain open only to a limited extent. Museums and cinemas will be closed to visitors until May 1. Performances; concerts and conferences are prohibited.bUntil May 1; sports competitions are prohibited.

22.03.2020

open air museums to open from 02/05/2020; 2+2 rule to be followed (2 persons at 2 meters distance) https://www.valitsus.ee/en/news/special-message-open-air-museums-will-be-opened-and-outdoor-sports-events-will-be-allowed-2-may From Monday; March 16; hobby education must be stopped. Libraries remain open only to a limited extent. Museums and cinemas will be closed to visitors until May 1. Performances; concerts and conferences are prohibited.bUntil May 1; sports competitions are prohibited.After July 1; movies; performances; concerts; conferences; fairs; festivals; and other public events are allowed; including indoor and outdoor sports competitions without spectators; if the 2+2 rule is observed and if the indoor premises are filled to no more than 50 percent capacity. In total; no more than 500 people can participate in any indoor event; even if the space would allow a 50 percent capacity higher than 500 people. The number of participants in the outdoor event may be up to 1000 persons.