Information following the emergency situation

The emergency situation has ended, but Statistics Estonia continues to share important information on the potential impacts of the crisis through short-term statistics. Our aim is to help make informed decisions based on reliable data.

Below you will find the main changes in our work organisation.

Data collection

We have suspended interviewers’ home visits for personal surveys until September. Data collection continues by phone interviews or online questionnaires.

We have also suspended interviewers’ home visits for SHARE, Time Use Survey and Estonian Household Finance and Consumption Survey, as phone and web interviews cannot be used for these surveys.

Additional information

Submitting data

As data providers might not be able to submit data on time, we are not imposing penalty payment until August 1. We are appealing to data providers to continue to submit data, as such data help us to also assess the impact of the current crisis.

If you have questions, please contact our customer service by calling +372 625 9100 or send an e-mail to klienditugi at stat dot ee.

! Please revise your data in the population register. Only accurate information help us to get a clear picture of the situation in Estonia and allow to plan the future.

Additional information

Customer service

Statistics Estonia’s offices are closed, as we have sent our employees to work from home. The reception desk is open in Tallinn office and researchers are welcome to work with data in our offices.

If you have any questions, please chat with our virtual assistant Iti or contact customer service by phone at +372 625 9300 or by e-mail at stat at stat dot ee. We will answer at first opportunity.

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