News from Estonia
As of Friday, June 19, the government decided to replace the 2+2 rule with a requirement for dispersion. This means that people need to keep a safe distance from each other.
The requirement for dispersion replaces the current 2+2 rule everywhere in the public space. Instead, people must keep distance from other people during public events, public meetings, as well as at sports events, museums and exhibitions, etc.
The government also decided to restore the activities of nightclubs, water-pipe cafes, and adult clubs as of 1 July. They may open on condition that the owner ensures the sufficient dispersion of people, allowing for maximum 50 percent of the capacity of premises, and no more than 100 persons attending persons, and observance of disinfection requirements.
The order only concerns the easing of the 2+2 rule, all other requirements for the number of participants, use of the capacity of the premises, disinfectants and other requirements remain valid.