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AS OF 1 JULY 2021 – NATIONAL STATE OF EMERGENCY
14 June, 2021

As of Monday, June 14, arrivals from Poland. Estonia, Greek islands: Crete, Rhodes, Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and the Spanish islands: Tenerife, Mallorca and Gran Canaria, and the other 15 countries will no longer have to self-isolate. A COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before arrival will be required as before from all travellers from any country, apart from those vaccinated, recovered and those subject to additional exemptions.

Self-isolation requirements for children have also been updated - from now on children under 7 will not be required to self-isolate. Children from 7 to 16 will be exempt from self-isolation provided they have a negative COVID-19 test result. If the test is taken in Lithuania, self-isolation will be mandatory until the test result is received.

Following the changes in the procedure for establishing the list of COVID-19-affected countries, countries will classify in three groups: 
1.    countries whence arrivals fall subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures; 
2.    countries classified as red or grey;
3.    countries classified as orange or green. 

Arrivals from countries subject to enhanced communicable disease control measures - Brazil, India and South Africa - will require both testing as well as self-isolation. Self-isolation and testing will be required from both vaccinated as well as recovered individuals. Children will also need to self-isolate regardless of their age or the outcome of the COVID-19 test. Travellers are strictly advised against unnecessary travel to these countries.

Those arriving or returning from the countries classified as yellow or green will not need to self-isolate. Self-isolation will be required from those travellers from the countries classified as red and grey who have not been vaccinated with one of the COVID-19 vaccines under the full vaccination schedule, or those with the past infection. As before, other self-isolation exemptions will continue to apply. 

A COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test) will be mandatory for any arrivals except children under 16 years of age, the vaccinated under the full vaccination schedule, the recovered and other exemptions. 

The colour of the countries on the maps published by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) will depend on their most affected region. All the third countries are classified as grey as their data are not provided in the ECDC maps. 

Persons in contact are deemed to be not only those that have returned or arrived from the countries on the list of countries affected by COVID-19, but also those who travelled through the affected countries during the 14 days before the return or arrival in Lithuania, except travelling by air when not leaving the airport transit area.

All the new provisions will become effective for those arriving or returning to Lithuania as of 14 June. Those having returned or arrived before 14 June will be required to adhere to the previous coronavirus pandemic management measures.

LIST OF COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS INFECTION) (with effect from 14 to 20 June):

Eil. Nr.

Country (territory)

 

1.

COUNTRIES WHENCE ARRIVALS FALL SUBJECT TO ENHANCED COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL MEASURES

1.1.

Federative Republic of Brazil

Strict advice against unnecessary travel.

Travellers will be required to complete a registration form prior to arrival in Lithuania and to show the confirmation (QR code) to the carrier when boarding the vehicle, or those travelling by their own transport will have to show it to the National Public Health Centre (NPHC ) staff or other officials at the border checkpoint or passenger checkpoint.

A COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test) is mandatory. A serological antibody test result will not be recognised.

The test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania must be negative and it must be presented to the carrier before the journey. The test for COVID-19 will be mandatory for individuals from 16 years inclusively. Foreigners arriving in Lithuania by carrier transport for humanitarian reasons will not be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result, but they will have to book a testing appointment visit within 24 hours of the arrival in Lithuania.

Those who visited these countries over the period of 14 days and arrived in the Republic of Lithuania by their own transport will have to have a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before entry to Lithuania or they will have to register and book testing within 24 hours of the arrival and take a test in Lithuania.

Negative testing and self-isolation will also be mandatory in the case of those vaccinated or with past infection. Children will also need to self-isolate regardless of their age or the outcome of the COVID-19 test.

Mandatory 10-day self-isolation. Tighter self-isolation requirements:

  • no walks outside;
  • self-isolation in the same house or apartment with other family members who have not travelled together, is not possible. When self-isolating with a family, the family members will be required to stay in self-isolation for the same period of time (they will not be issued a sick-leave certificate);

* employees of listed occupations who live with other persons can self-isolate in one apartment or a house with other persons that have not travelled together. Those staying together do not have to self-isolate;

  • it is mandatory to follow other self-isolation requirements.

There is a possibility of shortening the self-isolation time by taking a COVID-19 test (PCR), at personal expense, on the 7th day of self-isolation at the earliest, with a negative response thereof.

Those subject to self-isolation exemptions or in whose respect the self-isolation time has been shortened will have to restrict the number of their contacts for 14 days of arrival in Lithuania. It is recommended that working persons commute only between work and home if there is no possibility of working from home. When contacting others, wearing protective equipment covering the nose and mouth: face masks, respirators or other means remains mandatory, also the observance of other general instructions for the prevention of COVID-19.

The place of self-isolation can be left at NPHC’s permission to go to another place of self-isolation if it has to be changed for justified reasons (up to two times during the self-isolation period).

It will be allowed to leave the place of self-isolation at the notification of the NPHC in the following cases:

  • to make arrangements for the funeral of a close person and the transportation of the remains and/or to participate in the wake ceremony/ funeral of a close person or visit terminally ill patients;
  • to go to a medical facility to have nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal swab specimen collected for a COVID-19 test;
  • to go to a medical facility for health care services (notification is not required in emergency cases);
  • to transport those unable to take care of themselves to a medical facility for health care services;
  • for high-performance athletes, high-performance sports specialists, high-performance sports instructors and sports medical personnel to go to high-performance sports training, training camps, competitions and institutions or establishments related to their sports activities;
  • those that have to go to state institutions, establishments and organisations when summoned by them or to go to the place required for handling legal matters.
  • those living or working abroad and those who need to leave the country for health reasons. 
  • travellers who have to go for the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine as per appointment
  • crew members employed in companies engaged in international commercial transportation or who carry out international commercial transportation by all types of vehicles to go for any doze of vaccine as per appointment;
  • to resit a maturity examination. They will be required to adhere to certain conditions.

 

It will be allowed to leave the place of self-isolation without the notification of the NPHC in the following cases:

  • to go to a mobile point to have nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal swab specimen collected for a COVID-19 test after prior registration with the COVID-19 Hotline at 1808 or with the NPHC, or to transport those unable to take care of themselves.
  • employees of listed occupations who travel for the purpose of work-related functions (third-country nationals arriving in the Republic of Lithuania for the purpose of work-related functions at the permission of a relevant ministry) can leave the place of self-isolation to go to the place needed to handle work or business matters during working hours.

It will not be allowed to leave the place of self-isolation for own wedding.

 

 

1.2.

Republic of India

1.3.

Republic of South Africa

2.

COUNTRIES CLASSIFIED AS RED AND GREY

2.1.

Countries of the European Economic Area

Travellers to Lithuania will be required to complete an online registration form no earlier than 48 hours before the start of the trip and to show the confirmation (QR code) to the carrier when boarding the vehicle, or those travelling by their own transport will have to show it to the NPHC staff or other officers at the border checkpoint or passenger checkpoint.

Frontier workers, those crossing the border between the Republic of Lithuania and another European Economic Area country every day or every working day for work-related purpose, pupils and those transporting them to an education establishment, students and trainees are required to show the confirmation of the negative result of a test for COVID-19 taken 7 days at the earliest before the return or arrival in Lithuania, when they travel by their own transport. 

Privalomas tyrimas dėl COVID-19 (PGR arba antigeno testas). Serologinių antikūnų tyrimų atsakymas nepripažįstamas.

A COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test from nasopharynx) is mandatory. A serological antibody test result will not be recognised. The test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania must be negative and it must be presented to the carrier before the journey. The test for COVID-19 will be mandatory for individuals from 16 years inclusively. Foreigners arriving in Lithuania by carrier transport for humanitarian reasons will not be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result but they will have to book a testing appointment visit within 24 hours of the arrival in Lithuania. 

 

Exemption will apply in the case of those travelling by their own transport: they will have to have a negative test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania or they will have to register within 24 hours of the arrival and take a test in Lithuania.

 

Mandatory 10-day self-isolation:

  • it is allowed to go outside for a walk within the radius of maximum 1 km from the place of self-isolation while wearing protective equipment covering nose and mouth. No visits to gathering points;
  • when staying with other people, it is required to self-isolate in a separate room, but those staying together do not have to self-isolate;
  • it is mandatory to follow other self-isolation requirements.

 

There is a possibility of shortening the self-isolation time by taking a COVID-19 test (PCR), at personal expense, on the 7th day of self-isolation at the earliest, with a negative response thereof.

Those subject to self-isolation exemptions or in whose respect the self-isolation time has been shortened will have to restrict the number of their contacts for 14 days of arrival in Lithuania. It is recommended that working persons commute only between work and home if there is no possibility of working from home. When contacting others, wearing protective equipment covering the nose and mouth: face masks, respirators or other means remains mandatory, also the observance of other general instructions for the prevention of COVID-19.

The place of self-isolation can be left at NPHC’s permission 

  • to go to another place of self-isolation if it has to be changed for justified reasons (up to two times during the self-isolation period).

 

It will be allowed to leave the place of self-isolation at the notification of the NPHC in the following cases:

  • to resit a maturity examination. It will be required to adhere to certain conditions;
  • it will be allowed to leave Lithuania and the place of self-isolation before the lapse of the required period of self-isolation with prior notification of the NPHC for those living or working abroad and those who need to leave for health reasons.

 

It will be allowed to leave the place of self-isolation without the notification of the NPHC in the following cases:

  • to make arrangements for the funeral of a close person and the transportation of the remains and/or to participate in the wake ceremony/ funeral of a close person or visit terminally ill patients;
  • to go to a medical facility to have nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal swab specimen collected for a COVID-19 test;
  • to go to a medical facility for health care services;
  • to transport those unable to take care of themselves to a medical facility for health care services;
  • for those who have to go to the place required for handling legal matters;
  • those who have their own wedding;
  • for high-performance athletes, high-performance sports specialists, high-performance sports instructors and sports medical personnel to go to high-performance sports training, training camps, competitions and institutions or establishments related to their sports activities;
  • employees of listed occupations who travel for the purpose of work-related functions (third-country nationals arriving in the Republic of Lithuania for the purpose of work-related functions at the permission of a relevant ministry) can leave the place of self-isolation to go to the place needed to handle work or business matters during working hours;
  • those that have to go to state institutions, establishments and organisations when summoned by them or to go to the place required for handling legal matters.
  • to go to a mobile point to have nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal swab specimen collected for a COVID-19 test after prior registration with the COVID-19 Hotline at 1808 or with the NPHC, or to transport those unable to take care of themselves.
  • those going to their own wedding;
  • travellers who have to go for the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine as per appointment
  • crew members employed in companies engaged in international commercial transportation or who carry out international commercial transportation by all types of vehicles to go for any doze of vaccine as per appointment.

 

 

Ireland 

 

Kingdom of Belgium

 

Kingdom of Denmark

 

Hellenic Republic (except Crete, Rhodes, Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos)

 

Kingdom of Spain (except Tenerife, Mallorca and Gran Canaria)

 

Italian Republic

 

Republic of Croatia

 

Republic of Latvia

 

Principality of Liechtenstein

 

Kingdom of the Netherlands

 

Kingdom of Norway

 

French Republic (only French Guyana region)

 

Republic of Slovenia

 

Kingdom of Sweden

2.2.

Other countries

 

Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

 

Republic of Albania

 

People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria

 

American Samoa*

 

Principality of Andorra

 

Angola

 

Antigua and Barbuda

 

Argentine Republic

 

Republic of Armenia

 

Aruba*

 

Australia

 

Republic of Azerbaijan

 

Commonwealth of the Bahamas

 

Kingdom of Bahrain

 

Republic of Belarus

 

People’s Republic of Bangladesh

 

Barbados

 

Belize

 

Republic of Benin

 

Bermuda*

 

Republic of Guinea-Bissau

 

Plurinational State of Bolivia

 

Republic of Botswana

 

Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Brunei Darussalam

 

Burkina Faso

 

Republic of Burundi

 

Kingdom of Bhutan

 

Central African Republic

 

Republic of Chad

 

Republic of Chile

 

Commonwealth of Dominica

 

Dominican Republic

 

Republic of Côte d 'Ivoire

 

Republic of Djibouti

 

Egypt Arab Republic

 

Republic of Ecuador

 

State of Eritrea

 

Kingdom of Eswatini

 

Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

 

Republic of the Fiji Islands

 

Republic of the Philippines

 

Gabonese Republic

 

Republic of Guyana

 

Republic of the Gambia

 

Republic of Ghana

 

Gibraltar*

 

Grenada

 

Guam*

 

Guadeloupe*

 

Republic of Guatemala

 

Republic of Guinea

 

Republic of Haiti

 

Republic of Honduras

 

Republic of Indonesia

 

Republic of Iraq

 

Islamic Republic of Iran

 

State of Israel

 

Jamaica

 

Japan

 

Republic of Yemen

 

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

 

Montenegro

 

United States of America

 

United Arab Emirates

 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 

 

Cayman Islands

 

Christmas Island

 

Kingdom of Cambodia

 

Republic of Cameroon

 

Canada

 

State of Qatar

 

Republic of Kazakhstan

 

Republic of Kenya

 

People’s Republic of China

 

Kyrgyz Republic

 

Curaçao*

 

Republic of Colombia

 

Union of the Comoros

 

Democratic Republic of Congo

 

Republic of the Congo

 

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

 

Republic of Korea

 

Republic of Kosovo

 

Republic of Costa Rica

 

Republic of Cuba

 

Coco islands*

 

The State of Kuwait

 

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

 

Kingdom of Lesotho

 

Republic of Lebanon

 

Republic of Liberia

 

State of Libya

 

Democratic Republic of Madagascar

 

Malaysia

 

Republic of Malawi

 

Republic of Maldives

 

Republic of Mali

 

Kingdom of Morocco

 

Republic of the Marshall Islands

 

Martinique*

 

Republic of Mauritius

 

Islamic Republic of Mauritania

 

United Mexican States

 

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

 

Federated States of Micronesia

 

Republic of Moldova

 

Principality of Monaco

 

Mongolia

 

Montserrat*

 

Republic of Mozambique

 

Republic of Namibia

 

New Zealand

 

Republic of Nauru

 

Federal Republic of Nepal

 

Federal Republic of Nigeria

 

Republic of Niger

 

Republic of Nicaragua

 

Sultanate of Oman

 

Islamic Republic of Pakistan

 

Palestine*

 

Republic of Panama

 

Independent State of Papua New Guinea

 

Republic of Paraguay

 

Republic of Peru

 

Republic of South Sudan

 

French Polynesia*

 

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico*

 

Republic of Equatorial Guinea

 

Réunion*

 

Republic of Rwanda

 

Russian Federation

 

Sakartvelo

 

Solomon Islands

 

Republic of El Salvador

 

Independent State of Samoa

 

Republic of San Marino

 

Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe 

 

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

Republic of Seychelles

 

Republic of Senegal

 

St Kitts and Nevis

 

Saint Lucia

 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

 

Republic of Serbia

 

Republic of Sierra Leone

 

Republic of Singapore

 

Syrian Arab Republic

 

Federative Republic of Somali

 

Republic of Sudan

 

Republic of Suriname

 

Republic of North Macedonia

 

Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

 

The Holy See (Vatican City State)

 

Republic of Tajikistan

 

Kingdom of the Thailand

 

United Republic of Tanzania

 

Turks & Caicos Islands*

 

Republic of Togo

 

Kingdom of Tonga

 

Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

 

Republic of Tunisia

 

Republic of Turkey

 

Turkmenistan

 

Tuvalu

 

Republic of Uganda

 

Ukraine

 

Oriental Republic of Uruguay

 

Republic of Uzbekistan

 

Republic of Vanuatu

 

Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

 

Socialist Republic of Vietnam

 

Republic of Zambia

 

Republic of Zimbabwe

 

Republic of Cabo Verde

3.

COUNTRIES CLASSIFIED AS ORANGE AND GREEN

3.1.

Republic of Austria

Travellers to Lithuania will be required to complete an online registration form no earlier than 48 hours before the start of the trip and to show the confirmation (QR code) to the carrier when boarding the vehicle, or those travelling by their own transport will have to show it to the NPHC staff or other officers at the border checkpoint or passenger checkpoint. 

Frontier workers, those crossing the border between the Republic of Lithuania and another European Economic Area country every day or every working day for work-related purpose, pupils and those transporting them to an education establishment, students and trainees are required to show the confirmation of the negative result of a test for COVID-19 taken 7 days at the earliest before the return or arrival in Lithuania, when they travel by their own transport. 

A COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test) is mandatory. A serological antibody test result will not be recognised.

The test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania must be negative and it must be presented to the carrier before the journey. The test for COVID-19 will be mandatory for individuals from 16 years inclusively. Foreigners arriving in Lithuania by carrier transport for humanitarian reasons will not be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result, but they will have to book a testing appointment visit within 24 hours of the arrival in Lithuania. 

 Exemption will apply in the case of those travelling by their own transport: they will have to have a negative test for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours before the entry to Lithuania or they will have to register within 24 hours of the arrival and take a test in Lithuania.

3.2.

Republic of Bulgaria

3.3.

Czech Republic

3.4.

Republic of Estonia

3.5.

Hellenic Republic (only Crete, Rhodes, Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos)

3.6.

Republic of Iceland

3.7.

Kingdom of Spain (only Tenerife, Mallorca and Gran Canaria)

3.8.

Republic of Cyprus

3.9.

Republic of Poland

3.10.

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

3.11.

Republic of Malta

3.12.

Portuguese Republic (including Madeira)

3.13.

French Republic (except French Guyana region)

3.14.

Romania

3.15.

Slovak Republic

3.16.

Republic of Finland

3.17.

Swiss Confederation

3.18.

Republic of Hungary

3.19.

Federal Republic of Germany

 

* Teritorijos, neturinčios valstybės statuso

 

 

TESTING AND SELF-ISOLATION EXEMPTIONS (with effect from 14 to 20 June)

Self-isolation requirement will not be applicable but COVID-19 testing will remain mandatory for individuals travelling for the purpose of work-related functions

  • those enjoying immunities and privileges under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961), the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (1963) and under other international agreements and legislation of the of Lithuania, their family members ((the spouse or partner, children (adopted children) of the person and/or of the spouse or partner, also their parents (adoptive parents), guardians (hereinafter ‘family members’), their other close relatives) and their service personnel, diplomats and service personnel in diplomatic missions;
  • those serving in the military units of NATO and NATO countries and their service personnel, their family members and their other close relatives, also those in active military service;
  • officers performing extradition, transfer or takeover tasks;
  • foreigners coming to the intelligence authorities of the Republic of Lithuania for purposes related to ensuring national security, at the permission of the Minister for National Defence of the Republic of Lithuania or Director of the State Security Department of the Republic of Lithuania, respectively;
  • health care professionals;
  • frontier workers, also those crossing the border between the Republic of Lithuania and another European Economic Area country every day or every working day for work-related purpose, pupils and those transporting them to an education establishment, also students and trainees;
  • seafarers except crew members carrying passengers on international routes;
  • high-performance athletes, high-performance sports specialists, high-performance sports instructors and sports medical personnel participating in international tournaments that are subject to separate international rules for controlling the COVID-19 pandemic;
  • Lithuanian citizens returning from Belarus: teachers involved in the Lithuanian education in schools in Belarus and clergy performing pastoral work in Belarus;
  • The staff from the Aviation Unit of the State Border Guard Service under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania.

Testing and self-isolation requirements will not apply in the case of

  • those transiting trough the Republic of Lithuania with only essential stopovers (such as refuelling or for hygiene purposes) in Lithuania. This exemption will apply when the purpose of travelling is not necessarily related to the performance of work functions;
  • those holding a document from a medical establishment confirming that they had COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) diagnosed on the basis of a positive result from SARS-CoV-2 PCR test or an antigen test and that maximum 180 days have passed of the positive testing until the return/entry to the Republic of Lithuania. To make use of the applicable self-isolation exemption, a document from a medical establishment will not be required in the cases where COVID-19 was diagnosed in Lithuania and the data have been communicated to the Information System of Electronic Health Services and Cooperation Infrastructure To make use of the testing exemption, those that had this infection in Lithuania, will not be required to present a document from a medical establishment if they return to Lithuania by their own transport. This exemption will not apply in the case of travellers who over the last 14 days before the return to/arrival in the Republic of Lithuania visited countries whence arrivals fall subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures, i.e. they will be required to have a negative test result and to self-isolate;
  • those holding a medical document, a country-specific vaccination certificate or an international vaccination certificate confirming the full vaccination with one of the COVID-19 vaccines (COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen, Comirnaty, COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna, and Vaxzevria) administered under the vaccination schedule approved by the competent authority of the country where the vaccination was carried out. This exemption will not apply in the case of travellers who over the last 14 days before the return to/arrival in the Republic of Lithuania visited countries whence arrivals fall subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures, i.e. they will be required to have a negative test result and to self-isolate;
  • members of official delegations travelling by carrier transport or otherwise;
  • the documents confirming the results of the COVID-19 test or vaccination or recovery must be submitted in one of the official languages of the European Union.

Testing will not be applicable but self-isolation will remain mandatory in the case of

  • foreigners entering the Republic of Lithuania for special humanitarian reasons, at the permission of the Minister for the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania (they will have, within 24 hours of the arrival in Lithuania, to contact the Coronavirus Hotline at 1808 or other establishment that performs COVID-19 tests to book a testing appointment and take a test in due time).
  • Foreigners entering the Republic of Lithuania by carrier transport for special humanitarian reasons, at the permission of the Minister for the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania, will not be required to bring in the test (but they will have, within 24 hours of the arrival in Lithuania, to contact the Coronavirus Hotline at 1808 or other establishment that performs COVID-19 tests to book a testing appointment and take a test in due time).

Testing and self-isolation requirements and exemptions for crew members employed in companies engaged in international commercial transportation or who carry out international commercial transportation by all types of vehicles

Crew members employed in companies engaged in international commercial transportation or who carry out international commercial transportation by all types of vehicles (who travel for the purpose of work-related functions):

  • testing requirements:
    • if the time of stay in Lithuania is shorter than 72 hours, test will not be required (but if the carrier has left the vehicle in another country and flies to LT on a plane as a passenger, the test will be required before boarding the plane, as for other passengers)
    • test is required in all cases, if it is known in advance that the time of stay in the territory of Lithuania will be longer than 72 hours (crew members that transport passengers on international routes and arrive by carrier transport must bring in the test; other crew members arriving other ways - can bring in the test or get tested in LT)
    • if such persons stay in LT longer than 72 hours unplanned, they need to book a testing appointment visit within 24 hours.
  • testing requirements:
    • self-isolation is required from the day of arrival in the Republic of Lithuania until the day of departure from its territory but no longer than 10 days of the arrival/return (self-isolation time can be reduced by taking a PCR test on the 7th day of self-isolation with a negative result)
    • self-isolation will not be required when they:
  • deliver shipment or arrive to pick it up without staying in Lithuania, or when they transit through Lithuania;
  • go to Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Poland or Kaliningrad region for work-related purpose, return to Lithuania within 24 hours and have no close contacts in another country.

Requirements for children

  • children under 16 arriving in the Republic of Lithuania will not be required to have a negative test result:
  • children under 7 will not be required to self-isolate;
  • children from 7 to 16 will be exempt from self-isolation only if they have a negative COVID-19 test result; If the test is taken in Lithuania, self-isolation will be mandatory until the test result is received;
  • children arriving from countries whence arrivals fall subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures will be required to self-isolate regardless of age or the outcome of the COVID-19 test.

The applicable self-isolation exemption will have to be noted in the NPHC registration form.

Press Service, Ministry of Health

 

Source: sam.lrv.lt
Last updated: 27 06 2021