Estonia will allow mass events for vaccinated, people who have had Covid-19 and people with negative Covid-19 test

The Estonian Government decided from 14 June to allow mass events for only vaccinated people and people who have had Covid-19, as well as people who can show a negative Covid-19 test.

According to the above criteria, indoor events are allowed for up to 3 000 people, while outdoors - up to 9 000 people.

Not earlier than 24 hours before the event, the participants must perform an ExpressTest or not earlier than 72 hours - PCR test. The organisers of the event will have to be able to organise Covid-19 ExpressTest before the event. Children under 2 years old don't need to be tested.

Also, in the events will be able to participate people who have had Covid-19 and who have been fully vaccinated.

The organisers of the event must provide other epidemiological requirements, such as the availability of disinfectants. The events will not take longer than until midnight.


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