TALLINN - The Estonian government has approved a decision imposing an obligation to wear a protective mask on care home employees and visitors from Monday.
"In the present epidemiological situation in Estonia, the coronavirus is primarily spreading among young people, and fortunately, [the virus] has recently not brought about very severe consequences. Nonetheless, we need to do everything in our power to protect those who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 -- the elderly whose living environment and safety is managed by other people," Prime Minister Juri Ratas was...
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