Stores  9-21

Grocery store  9-22

Pharmacy  9-21

Food Hall
Su-Th 11-22,  Fr-Sa  11-24

Stores  9-21

Grocery store  9-22

Pharmacy  9-21

Food Hall
Su-Th 11-22,  Fr-Sa  11-24

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Confido’s test site was opened in Viru Keskus for rapid tests required for travelling

On Thursday, July 1 Confido’s test site for antigen rapid tests was opened on floor II in Viru Keskus. The test site in Viru Keskus only offers antigen (rapid) testing. If your result comes back negative, you will be issued a certificate for travel. Please specify which type of testing is required for your travel. You can check current information about the required travel documents in various countries at https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php

“We wish to offer the visitors of our centre a convenient and high quality service that enables them to take a quick COVID test while they visit Viru Keskus. After taking the rapid test in Confido’s test site you can get a negative test result to your email within 30 minutes,” said Kristel Sooaru, marketing and communication manager of Viru Keskus.

When you make your vacation and travel plans this summer it is important that you first check the entry requirements of the destination country. “There are more and more countries that accept antigen test results for entry. Usually the test should be made either 48 or 72 hours before you travel. Countries can change their entry requirements at a moments’ notice, so it would be a good idea to recheck them just before you travel,” recommended Liis Ader, manager of testing and vaccination activities in Confido.

The certificate with the antigen test result enables you to travel with confidence to various countries or take part in summer events and festivals.

It is nevertheless important to book a time for your test in the shopping centre. For booking a time go to Confido’s website at http://www.confido.ee/koroonaviiruse-antigeeni-test-tallinna-viru-keskuses

Travelling has become much easier in summer and lately there are very many travellers who need an antigen test certificate to board a ship or a flight.