As of the morning of 26 January, hospital treatment is being provided to 287 individuals who have been infected with COVID-19. A total of 193 patients who have COVID-19 are currently receiving hospital treatment after having developed serious symptoms, including 146 patients who have not been vaccinated (which covers 75.6% of the overall figure), and forty-seven patients who have been fully vaccinated (which amounts to 24.4% of the overall figure).
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Vaccination in Estonia
THREE EASY OPTIONS FOR GETTING VACCINATED
You can book a vaccination time slot by calling the national information line. The same number can also be used for information about vaccination events at which you can receive your vaccination without any pre-booking. The consultants who are responding to calls to the information line can also answer simple questions about vaccinations.
BOOK YOUR VACCINATION VIA THE PATIENT PORTAL
You can log into the www.digilugu.ee website by using your ID card, mobile ID, or SMART ID. The earliest available time slots will displayed once you are in. Parents or official guardians can use the Patient Portal to book time slots for children who are under the age of eighteen.
JUST SHOW UP
Information about vaccination events at which you can receive your vaccination without any pre-booking can be found on the vaktsineeri.ee website. You should keep in mind the possibility that there may be a queue and you may have to wait for quite a while. Information about vaccination events can also be obtained by calling 1247.
Get vaccinated against COVID-19 as this will allow us to return to our normal lives.
Where to find information?
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