TALLINN - The Estonian government is imposing a new set of restrictions on movement in public space, Prime Minister Juri Ratas said at a press briefing introducing the new measures on Tuesday evening.
The working group made up of virologists and doctors sees the measures as timely and justified.
"No more than two people will be allowed together in public places, that restriction will not apply to families present in public space or moving there together, as well as to persons performing public duties. That restriction will take ef...
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