Estonia has updated the list of countries from which travelers should be quarantined

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Estonia has updated quarantine requirements for visitors from ten European countries, said on Friday the press service of the foreign Ministry.

"The requirement of a two-week quarantine Monday, July 20, is introduced to arriving to Estonia tourists from Sweden, Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Iceland, Monaco, Spain, San Marino and Andorra", - stated in the message.

The isolation mode is not valid for travel from EU to Estonia for arrivals from the UK, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Latvia, Norway, Poland, France, Malta, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, Switzerland, Denmark, Czech Republic and Hungary.

To come to Estonia, you and from third countries which are approved in the EU list. It includes Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Japan, Canada, Morocco, South Korea, Rwanda, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and New Zealand.

The Ministry of foreign Affairs updates the requirements of the quarantine for arriving from European countries each week. The requirement of two weeks of isolation linked to the epidemiological situation in the country from which they come. If the prevalence of coronavirus in this country for the last two weeks before arrival is not more than 16 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, the restrictions on movement do not apply.