TALLINN - Just like last week, passengers arriving in Estonia from European states are subject to a 10-day restriction on the freedom of movement starting from Monday.
The mandatory self-isolation does not apply to passengers arriving in Estonia from a country of the European Union and the European Economic Area, the Schengen area and a country included on the common list of the EU with an infection rate below 50 persons per 100,000 inhabitants.
Based on the rate of those infected with the coronavirus, starting Monday, a 10-day restriction on freedom of...
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