All trainings of FC Levadia have been cancelled as the Estonian government has declared an emergency situation in connection with the global novel coronavirus pandemic and the likelihood that the virus may spread locally. The emergency situation is in effect through May 1, unless the government should decide otherwise.
Changes in effect under the emergency situation will affect schools, cultural events and ferry travel, and public events are banned.
Emergency situation measures
All public gatherings are banned.
All schools will be closed beginning Monday, March 16, with regular studies substituted by e-learning. All primary schools, basic schools, high schools, trade schools, higher education schools and universities are to hold internal info sessions on Friday, March 13 at which they are to distribute instructions and materials for the arrangement of further studies.
Research and development activities will continue at universities and research institutions.
Education institutions serving students with special needs will be handled separately.
Local governments or other kindergarten operators will decide over the operation and organization of work of kindergartens and daycares.
Extracurriculars are canceled as of Monday, March 16.
These new measures will remain in place until the situation changes. The necessity of these measures will be assessed on a biweekly basis.
Border, international passenger ship traffic
Health control measures will be imposed at all border crossing points in order to identify people with symptoms of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Anyone entering the country will have to fill out questionnaires in order to determine where they have been.
Health control measures will be imposed at airports and ports, and questionnaires will be required.
The sale of passenger ship tickets on the Tallinn-Stockholm-Tallinn route will be halted.
Measures for curbing the spread of the virus will be worked out and implemented in cooperation with passenger ship operators.
The Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will review what regions are high and medium-risk each morning.
As of March 12, the following countries and regions are considered at-risk: China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, certain administrative regions of France, the states of Germany, the Austrian state of Tyrol, Japan, Singapore, and the Madrid, Catalonia and the Basque Country regions of Spain.
Any Estonian residents or foreign citizens arriving in Estonia from these regions must spend two weeks in quarantine.
Libraries will remain open to a limited extent.
Museums and movie theaters will be closed through May 1. All performances, concerts and conferences are banned.
All sporting events are banned through May 1.
A visitor ban will be implemented at all care homes, hospitals and detention facilities.