TALLINN - The Estonian government decided to ease the restrictions currently in place and replace the 2+2 rule with a dispersion requirement to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
As the prevalence of the coronavirus remains low, the government has decided to further ease the restrictions, Prime Minister Juri Ratas said on social media.
From June 19, the 2+2 rule, according to which people are allowed to move around either alone or in pairs and must keep a distance of two meters from others, will be replaced by a dispersion requirement, which means that ...
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