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Visiting Kalev Spa after 15 March 2022

According to new regulations set out by the Government, starting from 15 March 2022, the requirement for a covid certificate will be waived in Estonia!

All people can attend cultural and entertainment events, catering establishments and elsewhere without a COVID-19 vaccination or proof of COVID-19 recovery certificate.

All that remains is: recommendation to wear a mask in crowded public indoor spaces, especially for people at risk; recommendation to vaccinate and be sure to take a booster dose - the Omicron strain is still highly contagious and it is not a simple disease, but vaccination is very helpful.

Quarantine rules for children are changing!

Children and young people will no longer be required to present a COVID certificate in Estonia.

Starting from 14 February, students in general education schools and vocational schools up to the age of 18 (inclusive, and incorporating those turning 19 during the 2021/2022 academic year) will no longer have to present a COVID certificate in Estonia.

Due to the ongoing testing in schools, the exception for 19-year-olds is justified on the basis of whether or not they are school students. Since organised testing which is guaranteed by the state is taking place in education institutions, the infection risk posed by students is better controlled. The person responsible for an activity has the right to request that a 19-year-old provide proof of their student status.

Visiting Kalev Spa after 15 March 2022

With the COVID-19 safety label, trusted to us by Visit Tallinn we confirm that we follow the requirements and instructions of the Government and the Health Board of Estonia established for our field of activity, we keep up to date with the information and help visitors to comply with the virus prevention rules on site.

According to new regulations set out by the Government, starting from 15 March 2022, the requirement for a covid certificate will be waived in Estonia!

All people can attend cultural and entertainment events, catering establishments and elsewhere without a COVID-19 vaccination or proof of COVID-19 recovery certificate.

All that remains is:  recommendation to wear a mask in crowded public indoor spaces, especially for people at risk; recommendation to vaccinate and be sure to take a booster dose - the Omicron strain is still highly contagious and it is not a simple disease, but vaccination is very helpful.

Safety in Kalev Spa

In the light of the Covid-19 pandemic, Kalev Spa has introduced additional preventive measures in order to ensure the safety of employees, visitors and guests. We follow the recommendations of the Estonian government and the Health Board and ask you to do the same.

Visit us only if you feel completely healthy – you will not be able to enjoy your time here if you feel ill, and you may also be dangerous to other guests and visitors.

Safety measures of the hotel

In order to make you feel good and safe during your visit to Kalev Spa, we are paying special attention to the following: