TALLINN - The Estonian government has approved an order on COVID-19 restrictions with most extensive effects on Harju and East-Viru counties.
Additionally, occupancy will be capped at 50 percent at indoor religious services from Thursday, spokespeople for the government said. New country restrictions are to remain in place from Dec. 28 through Jan. 17.
Being present at places providing entertainment services, such as casinos, bowling and billiard halls, adult clubs and other similar venues, will be prohibited in Harju and East-Viru counties. Entertainme...
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