TALLINN - Starting from next week, people arriving in Estonia from Latvia and Lithuania do not need to self-isolate upon their arrival if they have tested negative for the coronavirus in the preceding 48 hours.
Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Reinsalu said at the government's press conference on Thursday that the government has made a decision in principle to lift the self-isolation requirement for people arriving from Latvia and Lithuania if they have taken a coronavirus test within 48 hours before their arrival in Estonia and their test result has proven ...
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