TALLINN – In order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, the Estonian government on Thursday decided to postpone the acceptance of the cruise ship calls until May 1, which means that four cruise ship calls will be canceled.
The management board of port company Tallinna Sadam estimates that this decision will not significantly affect the group's financial results, as the cruise season begins in April and the restriction concerns the cancellation of only four cruise ship calls, the company told the stock exchange.
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