Estonia makes masks mandatory in indoor public spaces from Monday

  • 2020-11-20
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN – The Estonian government decided on Friday that wearing a mask will be mandatory in all indoor public spaces starting from Monday, public broadcaster ERR reported.  Also starting from Monday, attendance of children's indoor sports groups is limited to 10 persons, Minister of Culture Tonis Lukas said.  Across Estonia, attendance of theaters and cinemas has been capped at 400 people, whereas in  Tallinn, Harju County and East-Viru County attendance is limited to 50 percent of capacity. All visitors must wear masks.
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