TALLINN - Estonian Minister of Public Administration Jaak Aab has proposed to the government to implement a requirement until the end of the emergency situation that protective masks must be worn in closed public spaces.
The government is considering gradually opening up museums, shopping malls and, to some extent, schools and other institutions. This only in accordance with the 2+2 movement restriction and other conditions to prevent the spread of infection.
"The obligation to wear a mask is particularly relevant at a time when COVID-19 emergency ...
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