En De
Total doses
given
2.1M
People fully
vaccinated
847.7K
% Fully
vaccinated
63.92%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Vaccination:

Covid-19 Vaccination - Not required

21.04.2022

The 10-calendar-day requirement to stay in self-isolation and the requirements for being tested for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 are not applied if a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19 and no more than six months have passed since the day of last vaccination; 31/03/2022 The requirement for a COVID certificate will be abolished for passengers coming to Estonia from the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area and Andorra; Monaco; San Marino; Switzerland; the Vatican and the United Kingdom. Third-country nationals and residents arriving from other countries may enter Estonia if they have a vaccination certificate.

21.04.2022

A person with a negative test is exempt from the restrictions (i.e. self-isolation); 31/03/2022 The requirement for a COVID certificate will be abolished for passengers coming to Estonia from the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area and Andorra; Monaco; San Marino; Switzerland; the Vatican and the United Kingdom. Third-country nationals and residents arriving from other countries may enter Estonia if they have a negative test.

21.04.2022

A person with a recovery pass is exempt from the restrictions (i.e. self-isolation); 31/03/2022 The requirement for a COVID certificate will be abolished for passengers coming to Estonia from the countries of the European Union and the European Economic Area and Andorra; Monaco; San Marino; Switzerland; the Vatican and the United Kingdom. Third-country nationals and residents arriving from other countries may enter Estonia if they have an antibodies certificate.

14.04.2022

From June 28; Maximum 6000 people can attend an indoor event and 12;000 people an outdoor event per calendar day on the condition they have been tested (antigen RTD test must be taken up to 24 hours RT-PCR up to 72 hours before the event) and the test results came back negative or they gave been fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 -certificate required. For controlled activities in a public space; COVID proof of vaccination or past infection must be provided by all persons older than 18. When eating in restaurants; cafes and other public catering establishments on site; persons over 18 years of age must provide a valid COVID certificate of vaccination or proof of past disease.;14/02/2022 Children and young people will no longer be required to have a COVID certificate within Estonia. Also; the COVID Certificate will be abolished for all outdoor events and activities.;15/03/2022 The government removes the obligation to check the COVID certificate.

14.04.2022

From June 28; Maximum 6;000 people can attend an indoor event and 12;000 people an outdoor event per calendar day on the condition they have been tested (antigen RTD test must be taken up to 24 hours RT-PCR up to 72 hours before the event) and the test results came back negative or they gave been fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 -certificate required. For controlled activities in a public space; COVID proof of vaccination or past infection must be provided by all persons older than 18. When eating in restaurants; cafes and other public catering establishments on site; persons older than 18 must provide a valid COVID certificate of vaccination or past disease.;14/02/2022 Children and young people will no longer be required to have a COVID certificate within Estonia. Also; the COVID Certificate will be abolished for all outdoor events and activities.;15/03/2022 The government removes the obligation to check the COVID certificate.

14.04.2022

From June 28; Maximum 6000 people can attend an indoor event and 12;000 people an outdoor event per calendar day on the condition they have been tested (antigen RTD test must be taken up to 24 hours RT-PCR up to 72 hours before the event) and the test results came back negative or they gave been fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 -certificate required!.; 09/08/2021 A rapid antigen test can be performed up to 48 hours in advance or a PCR test up to 72 hours in advance to participate in an event or activity. Testing must be performed by a healthcare provider. To participate in an event or activity; the test result must be negative.; For controlled activities in a public space; ONLY COVID proof of vaccination or passage must be provided by anyone over the age of 18. In restaurants; cafes and other public places; people over the age of 18 must provide ONLY a valid COVID certificate of vaccination or illness; but young people aged 12-17 years (inclusive) must provide proof of vaccination or vaccination or a negative result to a PCR or antigen-RT test performed by a healthcare provider.; 14/02/2022 Children and young people will no longer be required to have a COVID certificate within Estonia. Also; the COVID Certificate is abolished for all outdoor events and activities.; 15/03/2022 The government removes the obligation to check COVID certificates.

11.04.2022

THIS COUNTRY IS READY TO CONNECT TO THE EU DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE GATEWAY

Proof of vaccination: The vaccination certificate is valid for 9 months (270 days). After the booster dose, validity is extended to 12 months. For minors aged 12 to 18 years, certificates are valid for 15 months. Approved vaccines: Novavax, AstraZeneca, Pfizer-BioNtech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen.

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