Four new cases of COVID-19 diagnosed in last 24 hours ({{contentCtrl.commentsTotal}})

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Social distancing sign and hand sanitizer in Werner Cafe in Tartu.
Social distancing sign and hand sanitizer in Werner Cafe in Tartu. Source: Helen Wright /ERR

Four new cases of coronavirus were recorded in the last 24 hours, official data published by koroonakaart.ee shows. In total, 300 tests were analyzed.

Three cases were discovered in Ida-Viru County with the remaining positive case having no information in the population register.

Eike Kingsepp, spokesperson for the Health Board, told Postimees the infections were recorded in a family in Jõhvi. A child from the family had attended kindergarten on Monday and the kindergarten has now been closed as a preventative measure.

Family contacts and the source of the infection are under investigation.

A total of 117,343 tests have been carried out in Estonia, of which 2,038 have been confirmed for the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

As of Tuesday morning, three people are being treated in hospital and there are estimated to be 23 active cases in the country. So far, 392 people have been discharged from hospital.

There were no deaths reported, leaving the total at 69. The last death recorded was on June 2.

To see more data visit koroonakaart.ee, which is continuing to analyze and publish the daily data in English, Russian and Estonian.

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Editor: Kristjan Kallaste, Helen Wright

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