Self-isolation required for arrivals from 50 worst-hit countries
The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries that are most affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus infection); arrivals from these countries will be required to self-isolate.
No restrictions on arrivals of foreigners from 29 countries, including the United Kingdom
The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries, the arrivals from which will not fall subject to any restrictions as of 29 June. Self-isolation, however, will be recommended in the case of the arrivals from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Romania, Bulgaria and Luxembourg.
The list of 47 countries most affected by COVID-19
The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries most affected by coronavirus infection (COVID-19) by removing Afghanistan, Andorra and Gibraltar and adding five new countries: Bangladesh, Guatemala, Israel, Mauritania and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
No restrictions on arrivals of foreigners from 28 countries
The Ministry of Health has published the list of countries, the arrivals from which will not fall subject to any restrictions, i.e. they will not be required to self-isolate. It lists the same 28 countries as published on Wednesday.
COVID-19 related restrictions as of 17 June 2020
On 16 June 24:00, the three-month long quarantine ended. As of 17 June, emergency situation regime with the following restrictions applied: CONTROL OF CROSS-BORDER MOVEMENTS:...
Lithuania’s revised list of coronavirus safe countries
Lithuania’s revised list of coronavirus safe countries becomes effective on Wednesday. High incidence of COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) will continue to prevent arrivals to Lithuania from Portugal, UK and Sweden.
The list of countries most affected by COVID-19 includes 45 countries
Isolation is optional yet recommended for those returning or arriving from 45 countries on the list of the countries most affected by COVID-19.
Quarantine lifted, but some restrictions remain in place
The three-month long lockdown ends on Wednesday night. It will be replaced, as of 17 June, emergency situation regime. It will involve restrictions as detailed below. Border crossing The controls of cross-border...
Lithuania is still closed for arrivals from Portugal, UK and Sweden
From 15 to 21 June, due to high incidence of COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) Lithuania will prevent arrivals from Portugal, UK and Sweden. Foreigners arriving from Belgium will be required to stay in isolation for 14 days. Lithuanian citizens can return to the country from all the countries but those arriving from the above-mentioned countries will fall subject to 14-day isolation.
Prime Minister: free movement between the Baltic States and Poland opens today
Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis has met with Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki at the Kalvarija-Budzisko border crossing point, and has discussed cooperation between Lithuania and Poland in the context of COVID-19,...
Government revokes quarantine in Lithuania
Today the Cabinet sitting has taken a decision to lift the quarantine as of 16 June 24:00; however, the national state of emergency has been kept in force due to the threat of the spread of COVID-19. The Government has also...
Prime Minister: negotiations on the European Union funds must be based on the long-term economic interests of the State
Today, the Lithuanian Cabinet meeting has discussed Lithuania’s position on the Multiannual Financial Framework of the European Union and the European Economic Recovery Plan. Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis called for the...