Estonia extends COVID restrictions


Estonia on Tuesday broadened all COVID-19 limitations by about fourteen days until April 25, and said voyagers showing up from Latvia, Lithuania and Finland would now have to disengage for 10 days. 

The public authority said the expansion applied to measures that had been expected to lapse on April 11 confining schooling, sports, public occasions and youth work, including the conclusion of spas, water stops, and pools. 

Eateries may sell just takeaway food, and all shops with the exception of those selling fundamental products should close, it said. Schools should keep educating on the web. 

Estonia, a country of 1.3 million, has so far recorded 105,416 diseases and 896 COVID-related passings. 

The self-separation rule didn't make a difference prior to individuals venturing out to Estonia from Lithuania, Latvia, and Finland.

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