TALLINN – In the next few days, expanded testing for coronavirus will begin in eight Estonian cities on the basis of a referral from a family doctor.
The first drive-in testing site will be opened in Tallinn, with similar testing sites also to be opened in Tartu, Parnu, Kuressaare, Viljandi, Narva, Paide and Kohtla-Jarve in the next few days. When ill, people have to call their family doctor, who will assess the patient's need for coronavirus testing according to the Health Board's protocol.
In the event of symptoms like a cough and fever,...
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