Estonian government has on November 23 approved additional anti-coronavirus measures agreed upon on November 20, aiming to protect the health and lives of Estonian people and prevent the health care system from being put under an excessive strain. Among other restrictions, wearing a mask will be made mandatory in public indoor environments from November 24.
Over November 22, Estonia carried out 3,735 tests for coronavirus, of which the results of 232 initial tests, or 6.2% of the total number of tests, were positive, while four people with the virus died, the Health Board...
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