To ensure maximum health and safety at the 15th Lennart Meri Conference, please read this information with care. You can follow the latest developments related to the COVID-19 situation in Estonia on the official government website.
Health and safety at the conference
The number of COVID-19 infections and hospitalisations has been declining in Estonia. As of April 26, 2022, the level of risk is moderate and has been so since 22 March 2022. The current 7-day average of infections is 411.3 per 100,000. All public meetings and events are allowed.
If you develop any COVID-19 symptoms, please contact a member of the LMC team for a rapid test. If the rapid test is positive, guests accommodated in hotel will be asked to retreat to their rooms immediately. An assigned contact person from the LMC Team will help with any practical needs you may have. We will book you a PCR test to be conducted by a health professional. Guests based in Estonia will be asked to return home.
If you are feeling unwell, we ask you not to attend the conference.
We kindly ask you to inform the LMC Team if you receive a positive COVID-19 test result during the 7 days after the conference.
Travelling to Estonia
The latest information about requirements for travelling to and from Estonia can be found on the official government website.
As of 26 April 2022, Estonian government guidelines place no restrictions on citizens of the European Union and the European Economic Area, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or people arriving from these countries.
Third-country nationals must present a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate; a valid COVID-19 recovery certificate; or a negative SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR test result performed by a health care professional or a SARS-CoV-2 antigen-RTD test approved by the European Union Health Safety Committee taken up to 48 hours before arrival in Estonia.
PCR tests for flights
Different flight companies have different testing requirements. It is the responsibility of the traveller to ensure that they complete any necessary tests and have the necessary documentation before travelling.
The LMC Team can help to organise a PCR test if needed for your departure from Tallinn. If you require our assistance, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than the end of working hours on Monday, 9 May. Please notify us by when and what type of test you need.
We kindly ask you to make sure that your travel insurance will cover any expenses that may occur if you fall ill, including extra accommodation, travel, and healthcare costs. The LMC Team is ready to provide practical assistance, but we cannot provide financial support.