On Friday, at the invitation of Prime Minister Jüri Ratas (Center), a charity event was held in the Tallinn Botanic Garden that brought together representatives of fields that assisted the government in resolving the coronavirus crisis.
Among the guests are health workers, law enforcement officers, rescuers, scientists, entrepreneurs, officials, and many others.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Estonia overview:
- The government declared an emergency situation* (see bottom of page) on Thursday, March 12 which was originally scheduled to last until May 1. The emergency situation ended on Sunday, May 17.
- The emergency situation (eriolukord) has been replaced by another, less severe situation, usually translated as "emergency" (hädaolukord).
- As of July 3, a total of 1,991 people have been diagnosed with the disease.
- As of July 3, 69 people have died after contracting the COVID-19 virus.
- Currently, 2 people are being treated in hospital and 391 people have been discharged.
- In total, 108,539 tests have been carried out by the Health Board since January 31.
Read more on coronavirus in Estonia here.
Editor: Kristjan Kallaste