No new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) were diagnosed in Estonia in the last day, data from the Health Board (Terviseamet) shows. In total, 658 tests were analyzed.
As of Wednesday, four people are being treated in hospital and there are estimated to be 14 active cases.
There were no deaths reported in the last day, keeping the total at 69.
On Tuesday, one case was reported each in Tallinn and Narva.
See more statistics at https://koroonakaart.ee/en
Health Board changes reporting of coronavirus statistics
The Health Board announced from July 1, it will only issue press releases when there are more than five cases of coronavirus reported in a single day.
Instead, it will publish an overview every Wednesday, together with a longer assessment of the epidemiological situation.
Daily data will be updated on koroonakart every day at 10.30 a.m. which can be viewed in English, Estonian and Russian.
ERR News will continue to add the daily figures to our "Coronavirus in Estonia: All you need to know" article each day and publish a round-up of figures and the most important news stories related to coronavirus on Monday. Both of these articles are pinned to the sidebar.
For the time being, we will also publish the daily figures.
Health Board weekly update: Coronavirus continues to slow
The daily increase over the last 14 days, which is the maximum COVID-19 incubation period, averaged 0.1 percent of the total number of cases between June 16 and 29.
Based on these data, it can be concluded that the pace of COVID-19 spread continues to slow.
During the last 14 days (June 17-30), 15 patients were diagnosed. Of these, two were infected at work, three in the family, and one abroad.
The site of infection remained unknown in nine cases. Cases were registered in Harju, Ida-Viru, Tartu and Valga counties.
As of June 30, 1,393 persons have recovered and 1,989 cases have been diagnosed in total.
Editor: Helen Wright