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The government declared an emergency situation in Estonia until 1 May

14. March 2020 - 0:00

The government has declared an emergency situation due to the pandemic spread of the coronavirus in the world and within Estonia. Unless decreed otherwise by the government, the emergency situation remains in force until 1 May 2020.

Until 1 May 2020, theater houses, museums and cinemas will remain closed to the public and sports events will be cancelled to minimize people-to-people contacts. Libraries may remain open to a limited extent.

The Ministry of Culture keeps all cultural institutions, organizers and event visitors informed of all details, should there be any changes or further restrictions.

Restrictions apply to everyone, including private cultural organizers.

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