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The Foreign Office’s requirements also reflect a recently updated EU list that says travelers from Australia, Canada and Morocco should self-quarantine, but not those from New Zealand, Georgia and from several other countries outside of Europe.Criteria for addition to the list are reported coronavirus rates of more than 16 people per 100,000 population in the previous 14 days. Austria and Switzerland were only added to the list of origin countries last week with non self-quarantine requirement on arrival in Estonia, although reported figures are slightly over 16 per 100,000.

The full and updated list of reported COVID-19 rates per 100,000 population is below, including current and reported coronavirus rates per 100,000 population, and is effective from Monday, August 3. Arrivals from countries in bold must be subject to a 14 day quarantine upon arrival in Estonia.

  • Andorra 59
  • Austria 19.7
  • Belgium 35.8
  • Bulgaria 46.8
  • Croatia 25.3
  • Czech Republic 25.6
  • Cyprus 6.1
  • Denmark 10.4
  • Finland 2.4
  • France 19,0
  • Germany 8.4
  • Greece 4.3
  • Hungary 2.3
  • Iceland 10.1
  • Ireland 6.7
  • Italy 5.7
  • Latvia 2.6
  • Liechtenstein 10,4
  • Lithuania 5.7
  • Luxembourg 243,4
  • Malta 28.4
  • Monaco 33,2
  • Netherlands 15.1
  • Norway 3.0
  • Poland 15.7
  • Portugal 30,2
  • Romania 75.1
  • San Marino 5.8
  • Slovakia 5.8
  • Slovenia 11.6
  • Spain 53.6
  • Sweden 31.5
  • Suisse 20,2
  • United Kingdom 12.6
  • Vatican 0,0

Outside Europe, travelers from Australia, Canada and Morocco will be required to self-quarantine upon arrival in Estonia from next week.

Outside Europe, travelers from Australia, Canada and Morocco will be required to self-quarantine upon arrival in Estonia from next week.

Travelers from Georgia, Japan, South Korea, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and New Zealand are not required to undergo a quarantine when traveling to Estonia.

The EU Council updated the list of third countries on July 30.

The Estonian Foreign Ministry strongly advises against travel abroad, except to European countries with rates below 16 per 100,000.

Automatic quarantine means that a person can only leave their place of residence or permanent place of stay after arriving in Estonia to obtain food, medicine and other essentials, for a period of 14 days. People can also leave their homes on the instruction of a health professional.

While international travel is unavoidable, the Foreign Ministry also recommends checking its website when planning international travel, registering with the ministry, checking coronavirus-related travel restrictions in the destination country ( which may be different from Estonia).

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