From Wednesday, June 2, Estonia will abolish the mandatory wearing of masks on the premises.
The Prime Minister of the country, Kai Kallas, said that the decision was made against the background of a decrease in the level of coronavirus disease. At the same time, she drew attention to the fact that the coronavirus has not disappeared anywhere, so she still recommends continuing to wear a protective mask in closed rooms and crowded places. This is reported by the portal Err. ee.
The government also decided not to extend the ban on the night sale of alcohol, which expired on May 31. Minister of Public Administration Jaak Aab told the newspaper that from June 14, up to 3,000 people will be able to participate in indoor events if they have a vaccination passport, and up to 9,000 people will be able to participate in outdoor events.