The government of Estonia has decided to extend the limit on international flights until August 31. Authorities have restricted direct flights only for seven countries, the list of which Ukraine was not included. This was announced by the Minister of economic Affairs and infrastructure of Estonia, Taavi AAS, reports ERR.
“In recent weeks in many countries, a new outbreak of coronavirus. So we decided to extend the restrictions for a month and revise them every two weeks,” he said.
So, the government is not allowed to carry out direct flights from Estonia to Luxembourg, Romania, Bulgaria, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Croatia and Russia.
“In some countries (e.g. Ukraine), the situation is gradually improving, but the opening lines immediately would be premature step,” the Minister added.
Earlier we wrote that Germany introduced compulsory tests for COVID-19 for tourists.