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University of Tartu study: Coronavirus 10 times more prevalent than previously thought

University of Tartu study: Coronavirus 10 times more prevalent than previously thought

06.08.2020

The results of the study on coronavirus antibodies KoroSero-EST-1 led by the University of Tartu indicate that the prevalence of the virus notably exceeded the national statistics based on nasal swab testing -- by ten times in Tallinn and three and a half times in Saaremaa, writes LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Covid-19, Crisis, Education and Science, Estonia, Innovations, Medicine



EU leaders strike deal on multi-billion-euro recovery package

EU leaders strike deal on multi-billion-euro recovery package

21.07.2020

European Union leaders have struck a deal on a historic multi-billion-euro economic recovery package to curb the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, informed LETA/DPA.

Coalition supports stricter control of incoming travelers in Latvia amid ongoing Covid-19 pandemic

Coalition supports stricter control of incoming travelers in Latvia amid ongoing Covid-19 pandemic

14.07.2020

The government coalition today supported the proposal to increase the control of people arriving in Latvia from foreign countries amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) told journalists LETA.


Lithuania’s govt to decide on restricting travel to Romania and Bulgaria

Lithuania’s govt to decide on restricting travel to Romania and Bulgaria

08.07.2020

Lithuania’s government should on Wednesday discuss a proposal to ban entry into Lithuania for foreigners arriving from Romania and Bulgaria and to impose a 14-day self-isolation requirement for the Lithuanian citizens returning from these countries, which have recently seen an increase in COVID-19 cases, informed LETA/BNS.

Estonian SMEs: State has excluded small businesses from crisis plans

Estonian SMEs: State has excluded small businesses from crisis plans

02.07.2020

The Estonian Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (EVEA) said it finds it unacceptable that discussions on recovery measures are currently planned without small businesses, which play a key role in the economy and on which it depends how quickly the economy recovers from the crisis, reported LETA/BNS.


01.07.2020

Latvia: EUR 45.45 mln paid out in downtime benefits so far

The State Revenue Service (VID) had paid EUR 45,450,618 in downtime benefits by Tuesday afternoon, LETA was told at the Revenue Service.

30.06.2020

Guides ask for state assistance in Lithuania after losing jobs due to coronavirus

Guides have gathered in Vilnius on Tuesday to attract attention to the problems being faced by workers from the tourism sector after they lost jobs or income due to the coronavirus pandemic, informed LETA/BNS.

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