Source: Renee Altrov
Last updated: January 7
Fully vaccinated no more than 12 months ago OR no more than 180 days since diagnosis - NO TESTING, NO ISOLATION (NB! No travelling for tourism purposes from countries not listed in Annex 1 if only recovered).
Depends on the infection rate. Not above 75 - NO TESTS, NO ISOLATION. 75,1-200 - NEGATIVE TEST, NO ISOLATION. Above 200 - NEGATIVE TEST + ISOLATION.
Testing and isolation requirements depend on whether the country is listed in Annex 1 or not. If not listed, travelling for tourism purposes is not possible for not vaccinated people.
Please read this if you are not vaccinated or recovered or if you are travelling with children.
Since January 10: PCR up to 72 or antigen RDT test up to 48 hours before arrival and/or immediately after crossing the border. Isolation for 7 days, cannot be shortened by second test.
No testing for children UNDER 12. Services in public places (restaurants, spas, events) from age 12 to 17 with the vaccination/recovery certificate OR negative PCR/antigen RDT test results.
If vaccinated/recovered, welcome! If not, you can visit Estonia for up to 24 hours without self-isolation with just one PCR test up to 72 or an antigen RDT test 48 hours before arrival - only from Europe and Annex 1 countries.
When visiting as a part of a group, your group leader is responsible for giving the guidelines. Visiting individually, you can buy a rapid test from a pharmacy or get a PCR-test. Symptoms of COVID-19 and difference from flu or cold:
Please present your vaccination/recovery certificate with your ID from age 18 to enjoy restaurants, spas, events etc., negative PCR/rapid test result is not enough to attend. Please also wear a mask where asked. Venues must close by 11 PM.
To complete successfully your whole trip and have a smooth way back home, please check the requirements of your airline and in your country. You can self-generate a free-of-charge test certificate suitable for travel.
If you have read it all carefully, but you still have a very specific and urgent question, feel free to give a call to one of the following help lines:
Calling from Estonia / from abroad
1247 / +372 600 1247
Answers in English every day from 3-5 pm
+372 634 6630
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+372 5301 9999