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Key information for travellers to Lithuania (valid until 31 January 2021)

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2021 01 28

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Key information for travellers to Lithuania

 

FOR TRAVELLERS ABROAD. Every traveller should find out what requirements apply in the destination country.

 

REGISTRATION OF TRAVELLERS TO LITHUANIA

  • Passengers FROM ALL THE COUNTRIES (listed or not listed as affected) travelling on international routes organised and operated by carriers as regular, special and charter services by all modes of transport must complete a questionnaire of the National Public Health Centre under the Ministry of Health (NPHC) (https://keleiviams.nvsc.lt/lt/form) and present the confirmation of the completed electronic form (QR code) to the carrier before boarding the vehicle.
  • Travellers from AFFECTED COUNTRIES arriving in Lithuania by their own transport, must complete a NPHC questionnaire (https://keleiviams.nvsc.lt/lt/form) within 12 hours of the arrival in Lithuania.
  • For travellers from COUNTRIES THAT ARE NOT LISTED AS AFECTED arriving in Lithuania by their own transport, the registration requirement is not mandatory but recommended.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR SELF-ISOLATION AND COVID-19 TESTING

 

COUNTRY (TERRITORY)

REQUIREMENTS

 ARRIVALS TO LITHUANIA

EU and EEA countries

Hellenic Republic

No additional requirements or restrictions apart from the mandatory completion of the NPHC questionnaire, except the cases, where travellers arrive by their own transport (completion of the questionnaire is not mandatory but recommended).

Kingdom of Norway (except Oslo, Wicken and Rogaland)

Republic of Finland

EU and EEA countries

Republic of Austria

Mandatory completion of the NPHC questionnaire.

 

Mandatory testing for COVID-19

and 14-day self-isolation (regardless of the result of the test).

 

  • The test must be taken at maximum 48 hours before the entry to the Republic of Lithuania or within 24 hours from arrival in the country.

 

  • There is a possibility of shortening the self-isolation time by taking a COVID-19 test, at personal expense, on the 10th day of the self-isolation at the earliest, with a negative response thereof.

 

  • Self-isolation is possible in the same house or apartment with other family members or other people, who have not travelled together, if they agree to stay together. In this case, those that travelled have to stay in separate, well-ventilated rooms, restrict their movement at home and minimise sharing of common spaces.

 

  • Those in self-isolation will be able to go outside for a walk within the radius of maximum 1 km from the place of self-isolation and they will have to wear protective equipment covering nose and mouth.

 

  • No visits to points of gathering (events, shops, museums, catering facilities, etc.).

 

The list of cases when it is allowed to leave the place of isolation is much longer. Self-isolation requirements and exemptions as regards leaving the place of self-isolation are available in this order of the Minister for Health (paragraphs 8.1, 8.3 and 8.4).

Kingdom of Belgium

Republic of Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Republic of Estonia

Republic of Iceland

Kingdom of Spain

Italian Republic

Republic of Cyprus

Republic of Croatia

Republic of Latvia

Republic of Poland

Principality of Liechtenstein

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Republic of Malta

Kingdom of Norway (Oslo, Wicken and Rogaland only)

Portuguese Republic

French Republic

Romania

Slovak Republic

Republic of Slovenia

Kingdom of Sweden

Swiss Confederation

Hungary

Federal Republic of Germany

Countries having reported mutated strain of coronavirus

Ireland

 

Mandatory completion of the NPHC questionnaire.

 

Mandatory testing for COVID-19

and 14-day self-isolation (regardless of the result of the test).

 

  • The test must be taken at maximum 48 hours before the entry to the Republic of Lithuania or within 24 hours from arrival in the country.

 

  • There is a possibility of shortening the self-isolation time by taking a COVID-19 test, at personal expense, on the 10th day of the self-isolation at the earliest, with a negative response thereof.

 

More stringent 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.

 

The list of cases when it is allowed to leave the place of isolation (at the notification of the NPHC or at NPHC permission) is shorter. Self-isolation requirements and exemptions as regards leaving the place of self-isolation are available in this order of the Minister for Health (paragraph 8.5).

Federative Republic of Brazil

Kingdom of Denmark

State of Israel

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Kingdom of the Netherlands

Republic of South Africa

Other countries

Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

 

 

Mandatory completion of the NPHC questionnaire.

 

Mandatory testing for COVID-19

and 14-day self-isolation (regardless of the result of the test).

 

  • The test must be taken at maximum 48 hours before the entry to the Republic of Lithuania or within 24 hours from arrival in the country.

 

  • There is a possibility of shortening the self-isolation time by taking a COVID-19 test, at personal expense, on the 10th day of the self-isolation at the earliest, with a negative response thereof.

 

  • Self-isolation is possible in the same house or apartment with other family members or other people, who have not travelled together, if they agree to stay together. In this case, those that travelled and not travelled have to stay in separate, well-ventilated rooms, restrict their movement at home and minimise sharing of common spaces.

 

  • Those in self-isolation will be able to go outside for a walk within the radius of maximum 1 km from the place of self-isolation and they will have to wear protective equipment covering nose and mouth.

 

  • No visits to points of gathering (events, shops, museums, catering facilities, etc.).

 

The list of cases when it is allowed to leave the place of isolation is much longer. Self-isolation requirements and exemptions as regards leaving the place of self-isolation are available in this order of the Minister for Health (paragraphs 8.1, 8.3 and 8.4).

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

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Republic of Botswana

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 India

Republic of Indonesia

Republic of Iraq

Islamic Republic of Iran

Jamaica

Japan

Republic of Yemen

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

United States of America

United Arab Emirates

Montenegro

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

Kyrgyzstan

Curaçao

Republic of Colombia

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Republic of the Congo

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Republic of Korea

Republic of Costa Rica

Republic of Cuba

Coco islands

The State of Kuwait

People’s Democratic Republic of Laos

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

Martinique

Republic of Mauritius

Islamic Republic of Mauritania

United Mexican States

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

Republic of Moldova

Principality of Monaco

Mongolia

Montserrat

Republic of Mozambique

Republic of Namibia

New Zealand

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

Reunion

Republic of Rwanda

Russian Federation

Sakartvelo

Solomon Islands

Republic of El Salvador

Republic of San Marino

Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe 

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Republic of Seychelles

Republic of Senegal

Republic of Serbia

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

Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Republic of Tunisia

Republic of Turkey

Turkmenistan

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

* Territories without the status of a state