Estonia has begun easing restrictions in place since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic. However, you should still remain vigilant about social distancing, wash your hands, stay home when sick, and follow the safety guidelines in different establishments.
Read more about the social distancing rules in Tallinn's public spaces, the step-by-step opening plan, and the ongoing travel restrictions below. Let's all help keep each other safe!
: on 1 June 2020, Estonia reopened its borders to passengers with no symptoms arriving from the European Union, the Schengen Area, and the United Kingdom. However, if you are coming from a European country where the relative coronavirus infection rate (cases per 100 000 habitants) is above 15, you will have to self-isolate for two weeks - see the website of the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
for the exact conditions and requirements.
For the latest instructions and additional information related to the coronavirus epidemic in Estonia, consult the official crisis portal www.kriis.ee (in Estonian, English, and Russian) or call the crisis hotline at 1247 (+372 600 1247). For medical advice, please call the family doctors' helpline at 1220 (+372 634 6630, open 24h/7).