Citizens of the Vatican City State will continue to be allowed to enter Estonia without being subject to additional entry requirements after it remains the only European country on the Green List.
This means the Holy See has reported a two-week COVID-19 rate of 75 per 100,000 inhabitants or less, and is therefore considered epidemiologically safe, TheSchengen.com reports.
Although travelers from Green List countries are exempted from additional entry requirements imposed to stem the spread of the virus, unvaccinated travelers must still submit a negative coronavirus test result when entering the Baltic state.
The authorities in Estonia continue to classify other regions into green, yellow and red categories, taking into account their coronavirus situation. The authorities in Estonia stressed that the new changes applied to arrivals from other regions will take effect on Monday 7.
Estonian authorities have indicated that travelers from other countries will also be required to fill out a passenger declaration form upon arrival in Estonia.
The authorities in Estonia announced that they have implemented new changes to its travel restriction rules, scrapping the three color-coded regulations for travelers from European Union and Schengen area countries who have completed an immunization process against the virus as well as those who have recovered from the virus.
The rules applicable to arrivals from countries on the green, yellow and red lists will only affect people who have not been vaccinated against the virus.
“New green list of countries with a 14-day infection rate of 299 per 100,000,” the statement read.
According to the announcement, travelers interested in avoiding self-isolation requirements will be required to submit a negative coronavirus test result on arrival, undergo a testing process upon entering Estonia, and follow quarantine requirements until they receive a negative result. Test.
“A new red list applies to countries with a rating of 300 or more. There is no need to take a test, but a seven-day isolation period is mandatory,” the statement read.
At present, Estonia’s red list consists of the following territories, non-vaccinated and non-exempt travelers who are required to follow a mandatory seven-day quarantine rule upon arrival.
Citizens of the countries listed below who have completed their immunization process will not be required to follow the test or quarantine requirements when planning to enter Estonia.
Andorra 7,968.28 Austria 4,514.15 Belgium 5,749.23 Bulgaria 1,740.39 Spain 2,847.64 Netherlands 4,318.08 Croatia 2,914.79 Ireland 1,523.78 Iceland 5,234.89 Italy 2,707.59 Greece 2,417.86 Cyprus 3,400.43 Lithuania 4,371.66 Liechtenstein 4291. Luxembourg 5,079.79 Malta 4465.9 France 117.30 222.50 Sweden 5,048.99 Romania 1,513.49 Germany 2,197.71 Slovakia 2,559.37 Slovenia 8,227.26 San Marino 6,513.22 Finland 1,639.80 Switzerland 5629.85 Denmark 9,426.07 Czech Republic 3,820.39 Hungary 2,100.
New changes to the list of countries in which there are other territories, taking into account the epidemiological situation in them, follow the data provided by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
According to data provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), Estonia has recorded a total of 366,089 cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic and a total of 2,053 deaths.
The same source shows that 45,584 people have tested positive for the virus in the past seven days, while 28 people have died.