EUROPE TRAVEL BAN: Estonia Travel Ban Update & Quarantine Rules

Estonia Travel Ban Update & Quarantine Rules

Estonia imposes mandatory quarantine to two additional EU countries and adopts the EU’s Safe List

As of 06 july, Citizens coming from Croatia and the Czech Republic will be required to go through two weeks of mandatory quarantine due to the Coronavirus developments, the Estonian Foreign Ministry has announced.

These countries joined the quarantine list, in which are already placed the UK, Sweden and Portugal nationals according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs previously announced last 22 June.

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Estonia Travel Ban Update & Quarantine Rules

According to the Ministry, the list is updated every week, based on the Coronavirus situation in each country.

The country will lift the quarantine requirements if the coefficient of the spread of the virus in a given country is less than 15 cases per 100,000 people.

Countries That Are Required to Go Through Quarantine Upon Their Arrival on Estonia

Bulgaria, Croatia, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland, Sweden, Romania, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.

From June 22, authorities in Estonia reimposed mandatory quarantine for citizens of Bulgaria, Romania and Poland, due to an increase in the number of the Coronavirus infections.

The list of countries that must go through mandatory quarantine is updated every Friday by Estonia’s government and is effective the following Monday.

Who Can Enter the Country Without the Need to Self-Isolate for Two Weeks?

Citizens of the following countries are eligible to enter Estonia without the need to self-isolate for two weeks:

Austria, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Latvia, Norway, Poland, France, Malta, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, Switzerland, Denmark and Hungary. France, Malta, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, Switzerland, Denmark and Hungary.

In compliance with the recommendations of the Council of the European Union, the Estonian border has been opened to residents of 14 low-infection countries outside the EU which are:

Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Japan, Canada, Morocco, Montenegro, South Korea, Rwanda, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and New Zealand.

China is the only country out of the EU Council’s list that has been left out, as the country has still not lifted entry restrictions for EU citizens.

As per rules of quarantine, some of the residents of these countries may have to go through a two-week self-isolation which can be avoided if COVID-19 negative test results are presented.

Those who enter Estonia for the purpose of working or studying will be eligible to enter without any restrictions if they come from a country where the number of infected persons per 100,000 people in the last two weeks is less than 16.

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