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Restrictions on movement will help to prevent the spread of coronavirus within the vicinity of the Rally Estonia

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In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the Health Board has established restrictions on movement for the test stage areas of Rally Estonia for the period of 3-6 September. To ensure that the restrictions are being fully observed the Police and Border Guard Board will be conducting checks across those areas that are involved in holding the rally.

To ensure that restrictions on movement are observed, a perimeter has been created around each of the test stage areas which can only be entered by local residents or their visitors whose names have been registered in advance, or by national and local emergency and service vehicles, the 16,000 spectators who hold rally passes, and the rally’s own organisation staff. The entire perimeter will be supervised by police officers before the rally and during the test stages.

Holders of rally passes and permits will only be able to access the restricted area in the specific parking and spectator zones which have been allocated to them by the programme, and no earlier than two and-a-half hours prior to the first rally car departing the starting line on the relevant test stage. Once in the restricted zone, the identity of the rally pass holder will be checked based on their identity document.

Further information about the organisation of the rally is available on the rally organiser’s website:

Read more here: the order of the Health Board (PDF) and the explanatory memorandum (PDF).


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