Up-to-date Information on the Coronavirus Situation
It is the intention and goal of the Organizing Authority to hold this event as scheduled. As everyone can recognize, the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing and many travel restrictions have been in place for some time.
Although the organizers are hopeful for improvements, the situation remains dynamic and it is not clear what changes in circumstances will occur as we move forward.
Currently (June 24) the coronavirus cases in Estonia are dropping, a significant reduction in infection rates has been achieved recently. The government is gradually easing the COVID-19 restrictions. All measures aim to bring continually down the infection rate and we see a splendid summer to come. Find all the latest data on Estonia's infection rate per 100 000 inhabitants, vaccination rate and overall healthcare information at the website of the Health Board.
Very simple abstract is that you are free to come to Estonia without any testing and isolation requirements, if at least one condition is fulfilled:
You are coming from the country where infection rate is not above 150.
You are fully vaccinated and no more than 12 months have passed.
You are suffered from COVID-19, declared healthy and no more than 6 months have passed.
Find the infection rates per country from the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Event organizers cannot provide guarantees against potential travel restrictions for any specific individuals at any time. It is up to each potential team and competitor to evaluate his or her personal situation and make logistical and financial decisions about their ability to participate and the possible risks involved.
If for any reason you will not be able to take part of the championship, payments will be fully refunded when the entry will be cancelled until July 1st.
The Estonian authorities are monitoring the situation and introduce measures where and when needed. Please check both the Estonian and your home country's regulations before travelling.
If there are some restrictions still in place in August, the non-racing aspects of the event may need to be modified but the racing portion of the event will be held as planned.
We will be taking every step to meet our responsibilities to deliver a safe and controlled event and we adjust our actions and protocols to keep everyone safe in the Covid-19 pandemic.
The electronic declaration of health for those arriving in Estonia can be filled out as early as 24 hours before arrival. This makes border crossing smoother and people do not have to stand in line to fill out a declaration on paper. The confirmation of the border crossing declaration sent to your e-mail may be asked on the border. You can show it electronically or print it out before your travel.