People who have been vaccinated abroad can prove that they have been vaccinated by presenting one of the following documents: EU digital COVID certificate (or a certificate which is compliant with EU requirements); an officially-verified excerpt from a relevant database from the foreign country; a vaccine passport or a copy of such passport (healthcare providers can issue such passports in a paper format). The document which proves that you have been vaccinated in a foreign country must be in the Latin or Cyrillic alphabet and in the Estonian, Russian, or English language, and should contain the following information: the disease against which the individual was vaccinated; the date upon which immunization was provided; the preparation which was used for immunisation; the number of doses administered to the individual; details of the issuer of the certificate.
People who have been ill and have recovered outside of Estonia, must present a respective officially-verified certificate (including EU digital COVID certificate) or an extract from a medical record in Estonian, Russian, or English, and in the Latin or Cyrillic alphabet. A positive antibody test result is not considered as being sufficient proof. The document must specify the following information: personal details; the period during which the individual was ill; the clinical bases for a diagnosis of having recovered from the disease.
In the event of having been tested: a respective officially-verified certificate (including EU digital COVID certificate) must be presented that includes the following information: the analysis methodology; the results; the time at which the test was taken and the location at which the test was carried out; details of the individual who carried out the test.
Full information can be found on the website of the Health Board of Estonia: https://www.terviseamet.ee/en/travelling-and-covid-19.
Further information regarding the requirements for digital COVID certificates could be obtained from the Health Board: firstname.lastname@example.org.