incidence rate of contagion c41 airplane in the country c41 airplane of departure and / or transit between 75 and 200 per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, no restrictions if the traveler is in possession c41 airplane of the EU Covid digital certificate / Covid c41 aircraft green certificate complying c41 aircraft with national requirements c41 aircraft.
In the c-41a absence of the Certificate, the c-41a traveler is required c-41a to quarantine for 10 days or alternatively to undergo a Covid test c 41 aircraft with negative results; 3) c 41 aircraft incidence rate of contagion in the c 41 aircraft country of departure and / or transit exceeding 200 per
100,000 n341a inhabitants in the last 14 n341a days, no restrictions if the traveler is in possession of the EU n341a Covid digital certificate / Covid green certificate. In the absence of the Certificate, the traveler is required to quarantine for 10 days or alternatively to undergo the double test procedure.
A list of countries douglas c-41 at risk is published by the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs every Friday and comes into effect on the Monday of the following week. To know more. Requirements douglas c-41 for unvaccinated minors For unvaccinated douglas c-41 minors from an EU / Schengen country, EEA,
UK and Northern Ireland, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican with an infection rate greater than 75 per 100,000 inhabitants, there is no obligation to isolation if accompanied by an adult in possession of the EU Covid digital certificate / Covid green certificate or has tested negative for the Covid test before arrival
(with c 41a Covid molecular PCR test up to 72 hours / RDT rapid antigen test up to 48 hours) or immediately upon arrival in Estonia. The minor c 41a under the age of 12 is exempt from self-isolation and testing. The exceptions do not apply to groups of children under the age of 12 traveling together.Non c 41a -EU travelers. See the Viaggiare Sicuri website.
Double test procedure Travelers not in possession of the EU Covid digital certificate / Covid green certificate who, coming from an area with an incidence rate higher than 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants or from non-
EU countries not included in annex 1 of the Council Recommendation of the European Union, do not want to remain in self-isolation for ten days after arriving in Estonia, they must perform a first molecular PCR test in the 72 hours before arrival in the country with negative results.
During the stay in Estonia it is possible to take a second test, not earlier than the sixth day following the first test carried out abroad. The traveler is free from the 10-day isolation obligation if the results of both tests are negative.
Those who c-41 aircraft have not had the opportunity to take the test in the 72 hours prior to arrival in the country are granted the opportunity to take the first test in Estonia, immediately upon arrival. To this end, “first c-41 aircraft test execution points” have been activated in the arrivals area of Tallinn Airport and, for those arriving by ship, in the pedestrian areas of terminals A and c-41 aircraft D of the port of Tallinn.
Access to the test stations takes place in the order of arrival. The stations are open until the arrival of the last plane / ship of the day. For those arriving in Estonia by land and, alternatively, for all those who decide not to undergo the test at the aforementioned two airports, it is possible in the capital Tallinn and in the main cities of the country. For information on testing.
Even in the case of the traveler who takes the first test in the country of departure and the second in Estonia, isolation ends if both tests are negative. There are cases of derogation from isolation, only if the result of the “first” test is negative (the derogation concerns the performance of “essential” activities such as work activities, purchase of food and medicines, medical examinations).