Travellers from Italy not required to quarantine after entering Estonia

The rate of coronavirus infection in Italy has dropped below 150 persons per 100 000 inhabitants within the past 14 days. Starting on Monday, 31 May, travellers from Italy will no longer be required to restrict their freedom of movement for 10 days after arriving in Estonia.

Travellers from Malta, San Marino and Vatican City are also not subject to the restriction of freedom of movement.

Before arriving in Estonia, every traveller must fill out an online traveller’s questionnaire:

It is not required to present a coronavirus test result when entering Estonia. However, it is recommended to check whether the airline with which you are flying to Estonia or the transit airports require a test result.

A 10-day restriction on the freedom of movement still applies on entering Estonia from a country in the European Union, European Economic Area and the Schengen area that has an infection rate above 150 persons per 100 000 inhabitants in the past 14 days.

Foreign Ministry press release 28.05.2021: