Homeless people with COVID-19 must stay in isolation at shelter

  • 2020-04-10
  • BNS/TBT Staff
TALLINN - Prime Minister Juri Ratas in his capacity as the head of the emergency situation in Estonia on Thursday signed an order extending the movement restrictions applied to people with a COVID-19 positive diagnosis and their close contacts also to infected persons who use the service of a shelter or a safe house.  This means that a person with COVID-19 infection must not leave their place of stay from the moment the coronavirus has been diagnosed until recovery, except for in cases when directed to do so by a healthcare professional or the police, or in the event...
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