Citizens from Czech Republic and Croatia travelling to Estonia will be required to go through two weeks of compulsory quarantine due to the coronavirus situation in these two countries.

Schengen Visa Info reports Czech Republic and Croatia join the list of countries whose nationals are also expected to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in Estonia.

According to Estonia’s Foreign Ministry, the quarantine requirement “will be applied to tourists arriving in Estonia from the Czech Republic and Croatia. This requirement remains in effect for arrivals from Sweden, the UK, Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria and Luxembourg.”

The Estonian Government says the list is updated every week based on the coronavirus developments in each country.

Schengen Visa Info explains Estonia will lift the quarantine requirements “if the coefficient of the spread of the virus in a given country is less than 15 cases per 100,000 people.”

From 22 June, Estonia re-imposed mandatory quarantine for citizens of Bulgaria, Romania and Poland due to an increase in the number of the coronavirus infections.

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