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2020 08 11
Restrictions on arrivals from Poland, the Netherlands, Iceland and Cyprus

The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries, whose citizens or persons lawfully residing in them will be allowed entry to Lithuania. Due to the deterioration in the epidemiological situation, arrivals from Poland and Cyprus will be allowed subject to 14-day mandatory isolation as of 10 August.

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2020 08 11
Turkey added to, Canada removed from the list of countries most affected by the coronavirus infection

The list of countries most affected by the coronavirus infection (COVID-19) was updated on Friday, 7 August, to take effect as of 10 August. Territories are deemed to be virus-affected, where coronavirus incidence rate exceeds 16 cases per 100 000 population in the last 14 days.

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2020 08 11
COVID-19-related restrictions (updated on 7 August 2020)

On 16 June 24:00, the three-month long quarantine ended. As of 17 June, emergency situation regime with the following restrictions applied. As of 1 August, protective face masks will be mandatory on public transport and in enclosed shops and service provision spaces. Resolution declaring a state of national emergency in the Lithuanian language is available here....

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2020 08 04
Updated list of countries for mandatory 14-day isolation upon return

The list of countries most affected by the coronavirus infection (COVID-19) was updated on 31 July to take effect as of 3 August. Territories are deemed to be virus-affected, where coronavirus incidence rate exceeds 16 cases per 100 000 population in the last 14 days.

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2020 08 04
Changes in the list of European countries: isolation will be mandatory for arrivals from France and Malta

The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries whose citizens or persons lawfully residing in them will be allowed entry to Lithuania. Due to the deterioration in the epidemiological situation in France, arrivals from France will be allowed subject to 14-day mandatory isolation as of 3 August.  

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2020 08 04
COVID-19-related restrictions (updated on 30 July 2020)

On 16 June 24:00, the three-month long quarantine ended. As of 17 June, emergency situation regime with the following restrictions applied. As of 1 August, protective face masks are mandatory on public transport and in enclosed shops and service provision spaces.

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2020 07 31
Face masks to be mandatory again in shops and service points

As of 1 August, protective face masks will become mandatory again to wear on public transport and in enclosed shopping and service provision locations. The Government approved the decision on Wednesday, 29 July.

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2020 07 29
Update: mandatory isolation for Lithuanian citizens returning from Spain

The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries whose citizens or persons legally residing in them may enter Lithuania. With the epidemiological situation in Spain having deteriorated, the entry of foreigners from this country will be banned as of the 27th of July, while Lithuanian citizens returning from Spain will be required to stay in...

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2020 07 29
The updated list of countries for mandatory 14-day isolation upon return

On 24 July, the list of countries most affected by the coronavirus infection (COVID-19) was updated. The list takes effect as of 27 July. From now on, the affected areas are considered to be countries with the coronavirus infection incidence rate exceeding 16 cases per 100,000 population over the last 14 days.

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2020 07 21
The updated list of countries for mandatory 14-day isolation upon return

As of Monday (20 July), Lithuanian residents returning from Ukraine will no longer be required to stay in isolation for 14 days. This became clear on Friday, when the list of countries most affected by the coronavirus infection (the COVID-19 disease) was updated.

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2020 07 21
Update: mandatory isolation for travellers arriving from Croatia, recommended for those from Spain and Iceland

The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries whose citizens or persons legally residing in them may enter Lithuania. With the epidemiological situation in Croatia deteriorating, the entry of foreigners from Croatia is banned as of Monday, while Lithuanian citizens returning from Croatia will be...

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2020 07 21
Two weeks of isolation will be mandatory for foreigners arriving from third countries

As of Friday, foreigners arriving from third countries outside the European Economic Area, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, will be required to stay in isolation for two weeks. This is provided for in the Decision by the Minister of Health, State Commander of National Emergency Operations, signed on Friday.

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