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2022 01 24
List of affected countries continues unchanged

This week, 24-30 January, the list of affected countries continues without changes from the previous week. This means that all the countries are either in the red or grey categories, and all incoming travellers who have not been vaccinated and who have no record of past infection (or the confirmation of their previous infection is older than 180 days) will be required to take a ...

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2022 01 17
Self-isolation requirement reduce to seven days for incoming travellers

This week, 17-23 January, the list of affected countries continues without changes from the previous week. This means that all the countries remain in the red and grey categories, and all incoming travellers who have not been vaccinated and who have no record of past infection (or the confirmation of their previous infection is older than 180 days) will be ...

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2022 01 10
After update all countries fall into two categories of grey and red

Following the update of the list of affected countries, from 10 January, all the countries of the world will fall into the two categories of red and grey. This means that those arriving from the countries in the South African region will no longer be subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures, they will, instead, fall subject to the testing ...

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2022 01 03
List of affected countries remains unchanged this week

From Monday, 3 January, the list of countries affected by coronavirus infection will have no changes. All the countries of the world remain in the red and grey categories, except Mayotte and 7 countries in the South African region, which are in the yellow category of the countries subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures. The same requirements and ...

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2021 12 27
After the update, Romania finds itself in the red list

All the arrivals from the red and grey list countries (including those recovered and vaccinated) will be recommended to take a COVID-19 PCR test on the 3rd day of arrival at the latest. This recommendation will not apply to those recovered, if the COVID-19 disease was confirmed on the basis of a positive PCR test within 90 days before the arrival in Lithuania. Tests can be ...

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2021 12 20
Updated testing requirements for travellers from abroad

From Monday, 20 December, the red list will also include the islands of Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, and the French Guiana. Romania will move from red to orange (yellow).

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2021 12 14
4 territories added to the orange (yellow) list

From Monday, 13 December, three islands of the Kingdom of Spain will move from the red to orange (yellow) category on the list of countries affected by coronavirus infections: Fuerteventura, Tenerife, and Gran Canaria, and France’s overseas region French Guiana.

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2021 12 07
Only French Mayotte in the orange (yellow) list after the update

From Monday, 6 December, Malta, and French Guiana will move from the orange (yellow) to the red category on the list of countries affected by coronavirus infections. The orange (yellow) category will now contain only French region Mayotte.

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2021 11 29
Self-isolation and two extra tests will be required from arrivals from South Africa region

As a result of a new potentially dangerous coronavirus variant circulating in South Africa, arrivals from seven countries in the region will, from Saturday, 27 November, fall subject to enhanced communicable disease control measures, regardless of their vaccination or recovery from the COVID-19 disease. As of Monday, 29 November, ...

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2021 11 22
No green countries after the last update

From Monday, 22 November, the red list will also include the islands of Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Madeira and Réunion. The green category is empty now after Malta has moved to the orange.

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2021 11 15
Following the update, Italy and France move to the red list, and Malta is the only country left on the green list

From Monday, 15 November, the coronavirus green category will contain only one country, Malta. Italy, France and Greek islands of Rhodes, and Santorini, and Spain’s island Mallorca will move from the orange (yellow) to the red category. French island Mayotte, and Spain’s islands: Fuerteventura, Tenerife, ...

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2021 11 08
Sweden and Crete move to red list

From Monday, 8 November, the red list will also include Sweden and Crete island of Greece (both have left the orange (yellow) list). Madeira island has moved from green to orange (yellow). 

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