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Ministry of Foreign Affairs Organising Virtual Forum for Global Estonians


On 13 April, the first virtual forum for Estonians around the world will be held, with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs presenting its activities and plans concerning the diaspora.

 

Hille Hanso and Ellen Valter, Estonians living abroad, will also speak at the forum about how global Estonians could participate in Estonia’s development.

 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs conducted a survey among the diaspora last year and the upcoming forum is the next step in strengthening co-operation between Estonia and Estonians living abroad.

 

 

Virtual Boston Mini Baltic Film Festival


The third annual Boston Baltic Film Festival is mini and virtual this year, the films can be viewed in your own home.

 

On April 2-4 you can view the Estonian film "The Real Life of Johannes Pääsuke", including an interview with the film's director Hardi Volmer.

 

On April 9-11, the Latvian documentary "A to B Rollerski" can be viewed, followed by an interview with the film's star and director, and on April 16-18, the Lithuanian film "I Want to Live" will be screened, wrapping up with an interview with its director and star.

 

Single tickets are $12 and a 3-film bundle is $24 at https://www.bostonbalticfilm.org/

 

The organisers hope the fall festival will allow everyone to meet in the movie theatre once again.

 

 

One-Fifth of Adults in Estonia Have COVID-19 Antibodies


A recent University of Tartu study found that one in five adults in Estonia has developed COVID-19 antibodies either through being vaccinated or through having contracted the virus, although the great numbers of asymptomatic virus carriers and potential underestimation of exposure to carriers complicates the picture, the university says.

 

The study also found that around one adult in 40 in Estonia, or 2.5 percent (between 26,000 and 27,000 individuals) is coronavirus-infectious.

 

Professor of Family Medicine at the university, Ruth Kalda, says the most concerning aspect of the extensive viral spread is that nearly half of the infectious PCR (polymerase chain reaction)-positives are symptomless.

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