- only healthy people who have no signs of illness, as well as members of their families are allowed on Seminary premises;
- at the entrance to the house are disinfectants, please use them;
- while in the house, it is important to wash your hands with warm water and soap from time to time;
- coughing or sneezing, cover your face with your forearm ; do not touch your face, eyes and mouth with unwashed hands;
- please avoid physical contact (handshake, hugs) and follow the 2 + 2 rule , i.e. Keep apart from each other at a distance of not less than 2 meters both in public premises and in offices;
- please regularly clean your work tools;
- if you wish, please use the protective mask we offer, which can be obtained in the library or on the info table;
- we ask you to throw the used mask into a bin with a lid or put it in a closed plastic bag;
- take care of yourself and the health of others.
Students and staff should avoid all travel to any countries with high infection rates. Anyone who arrives from, or has transited through countries with a high infection rate (more than 16 people out of 100000) are required by law to take a coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 test immediately upon arrival, self-isolate for 14 days and repeat the test after 14 days. If both tests come back negative the individual may come out of self-isolation and enter the Seminary premises. Students should be prepared to cover the cost of testing and self-isolation and plan their arrival to Estonia carefully.
Foreign students who are required to self-isolate will loose their living permit in Estonia if they break the 14 day quarantine.
Any student or worker must notify BMTS administration immediately of a positive test result. Seminary is ready to inform and assist if you have questions.
More information is available on the website of the Estonian Police and Boarder Guard.
Information on countries subject to self-isolation and the requirements for people arriving in Estonia can be found on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Please stay informed and vigilant about the health guidelines for the protection of the entire community.