En De
Total doses
given
2.9M
People fully
vaccinated
1.3M
% Fully
vaccinated
69.69%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

Covid-19 Quarantine
Not required
20.09.2022

Rules for isolation and relatives updates. ; 25/01/2022 Infected person may resume work on day 8 after a positive Covid-19 test if there have been no symptoms of illness for at least 24 hours. Infected employees who work in critical positions and are vaccinated should stay 3 days in isolation and if there are no symptoms for at least the last 24 hours; they can return to work if the laboratory test is negative. In these cases; FFP2 respirators should be used for 10 days after confirmation of infection; and close contact with other people should be avoided. Pupils and pre-school children infected with Covid-19 may return to the educational institution on the 8th day if there are no symptoms of the disease during the last 24 hours.

22.06.2022

29/05/20 the Ministry of Health and Centre for Disease Prevention and Control released the 'Apturi Covid' app.

05.05.2022

12/03/2020: Persons and contacts who have returned from a country or territory affected by Covid-19 must self-isolate during 14 days at the place of residence with communication and cooperation with the family medical doctor and other medical practitioners. ; 12/05/2020: Travelers coming from Latvia; Estonia; Lithuania are exempted to self-isolate for 14 days. ; 03/06/2020: Travelers coming from Latvia; Estonia; Lithuania and countries published on the website of the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention in which the 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases per 100 000 inhabitants does not exceed 15 are exempted to self-isolate for 14 days. ; 01/08/2020: Workers returning from countries with incidence more than 15 cases per 100 000 will have to take the Covid-19 test before starting work. This means that the person will have to be in self-isolation until he / she receives a negative result of the analysis and only then will he / she be able to go to perform work duties. ; 17/08/2020: If a traveller returning from a high risk country can document a previous COVID-19 infection; the family doctor can decide that a self-isolation is not needed. 17/09/2020: Self-isolation is shortened to 10 days. ; 15/05/2021: Travellers coming from EU/EEA; UK; and Switzerland are exempted to self-isolate after 15 days since the completion of a full vaccination course with vaccines approved by the European Medicine Agency or recognised by the World Health Organization. ; 01/09/2021: Persons from the US; Australia; Israel; New Zealand and Canada who have been vaccinated (with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency or an equivalent regulator or is recognized by the WHO) or have recovered from Covid-19 will be able to enter Latvia without additional restrictions. ; 11/10/2021: Travellers who have stayed in a high and particularly high-risk country within the last 10 days must self-isolate during 10 days if they are not fully vaccinated. The isolation can end the 7th day provided they receive a negative result of the RNA test. ; 21/10/21 a test must be performed before entering Latvia; as well as self-isolation must be observed upon arrival for travellers arriving from high-risk countries. A test must be performed before and after entering Latvia; as well as self-isolation for travellers arriving from high-risk third countries. In this case; an important reason for entering Latvia is required. ;01/04/2022 Only travellers arriving from high risk countries are obligated to provide a COVID-19 certificate or undergo quarantine.

13.04.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

There is no need to present a certificate of vaccination, recovery or negative test result when entering Latvia.

Travellers may consult the Tourist Portal to learn more about current measures.

01.04.2022

1/3/2022: The home quarantine period is reduced to 7 days for unvaccinated persons; no quarantine otherwise. Those are people without a certificate of primary vaccination with two doses of vaccine or a single dose of Janssen vaccine (only 2 months); or a valid disease certificate. ; 01/04/2022 Only those working in medical and social care facilities will retain the need to undergo home quarantine if they are contacts of confirmed cases. All other contacts only need to wear FFP2 masks for a week.

15.03.2022

Self-isolation for persons who were in close contact with a confirmed or probable COVID-19 case in the last 14 days prior to onset of symptoms (mandatory).; 02/07/2021 Sooner with the permission of the doctor; home quarantine can be stopped if the test carried out on day 10 is negative. ; 25/01/2022 Vaccinated (primary or booster) or persons identified as contacts should either be quarantined for 10 days or they can perform a laboratory test as soon as practicable; and if the test is negative; they may continue to perform their duties by using the FFP2 respirator without a valve for 10 days and retesting on day 3 or 4 (negative). As for pre-school and school children; they can either home quarantine for 10 days or may continue to visit the educational institution if an antigen test organized by the educational institution is performed every day for 7 days. ; 08/02/2022 Employees in the educational process and students; who are contact persons of confirmed COVID-19 cases; may not be quarantined and continue to perform their studies or work duties if frequently tested. ; 16/02/2022 Quarantine measures have been lifted in kindergartens if the contact with the Covid-19-infected person has been outside the household and there are no symptoms of the disease. ; 1/3/2022 The home quarantine period is reduced to 7 days for unvaccinated persons.

27.01.2022

Rules for isolation and relatives updates. ; 25/01/2022 Infected employees who work in critical positions and are vaccinated should stay 3 days in isolation and if there are no symptoms for at least the last 24 hours; they can return to work if the laboratory test is negative. In these cases; FFP2 respirators should be used for 10 days after confirmation of infection; and close contact with other people should be avoided. Pupils and pre-school children infected with Covid-19 may return to the educational institution on the 8th day if there are no symptoms of the disease during the last 24 hours.

17.11.2021

29/05/20 the Ministry of Health and Centre for Disease Prevention and Control released the 'Apturi Covid' app.

09.11.2021

12/03/2020: Travellers who have returned from a country or territory affected by Covid-19 must self-isolate during 14 days at the place of residence with communication and cooperation with the family medical doctor and other medical practitioners. ; 12/05/2020: Travelers coming from Latvia; Estonia; Lithuania are exempted to self-isolate for 14 days.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

All passengers arriving from countries in which the 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases has exceeded the threshold of 50 per 100,000 inhabitants must complete a 10-day mandatory quarantine. Latvian government lifts quarantine requirement for vaccinated travelers.