Covid-19 information for passengers

When going on a trip

  • In preparation for the trip, visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the European Union’s Reopen portal and find out the Covid-19 restrictions and requirements regarding the destination country.
  • Please also visit the page to find out the restrictions in force at the time of departure from Estonia and to get acquainted with the rules established by shipping companies: Tallink, Eckerö Line, Viking Line.
  • The coronavirus antigen test for outbound trips can be performed at the Terminal A and D. It is necessary to book an appointment in advance for testing! More information and booking can be done on the Confido page.
  • Without prior reservation, it is possible to perform a rapid antigen test at Medicum testing points on the 3rd floor of the arrivals area of ​​the A-Terminal and on the 1st floor of the D-Terminal at Old City Harbour.
  • The test points are open in Terminal A from 11.15 am to 00.15 am, in the Terminal D from 9.30 am to 01.00 am, except until 01.30 am on Wednesdays.
  • Do not forget the identification document.
  • Come to the port in time.
  • Additional important information when traveling to Finland:
    RAJA. Finnish Border Guard
    Finnish Health Board’s guidelines for passengers and employees arriving in Finland


Coming from the trip:

  • Before arriving to Estonia, fill in the border crossing form. The questionnaire can be filled in on the Health Board’s self-service page, it can be done up to three days before arriving to Estonia.
  • Keep up to date with information on countries and movement restrictions.
  • Visit to find out the restrictions that apply in Estonia at the time of arrival.
  • Medicum coronavirus testing points are open to arriving passengers on the 3rd floor of the Arrivals Area of ​​Terminal A and on the 1st floor of Terminal D. The test points are open in Terminal A from 11.15 am to 00.15 am, in the Terminal D from 9.30 am to 01.00 am, except until 01.30 am on Wednesdays. Estonian residents arriving from risk countries as a country of departure or transit can do so free of charge on the basis of an Estonian identity document (Estonian citizen passport or alien (so-called gray) passport, Estonian ID card or residence permit card). For foreigners the testing costs 53 euros.

For more information, visit the Medicum website or call +372 646 4848

Detailed information on coronavirus testing (booking a time, getting a certificate, etc.) can be found HERE >>>

What to follow when going on a trip and coming from a trip?

  • Follow the 2 + 2 rule, follow the markings in the passenger terminal.
  • Disinfect your hands.
  • Please wear a mask that protects you and other passengers from possible infection with the virus.
  • Avoid contact with other passengers, follow the information on the screens.
  • If necessary, contact the port staff.
  • Instructions on how to behave during the Covid-19 crisis can be requested from the information line 1247.