TALLINN – The Estonian government has decided to restrict crossing of the Schengen internal and external border temporarily and reintroduce border controls in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
The government also supported the order of Prime Minister Juri Ratas as the person in charge of emergency situation that specifies the rules of border crossing.
"To stop the spread of coronavirus and protect public health, the government has decided to temporarily reintroduce border controls on the whole border," Ratas said.
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