TALLINN - Estonia is in the process of halting the spread of the novel coronavirus and there is no reason for panic, Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas said on Thursday.
"There is not reason to panic at this point," Ratas said at the government press conference on Thursday. "We are in the stage of halting the spread in order to keep it minimal."
Ratas noted that the situation with the coronavirus in Estonia is similar to the problems that emerged in 2017 with ID cards. In this situation, too, the government regularly had to provide i...
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