En De
Total doses
given
4.5M
People fully
vaccinated
1.9M
% Fully
vaccinated
69.77%
Masks
Mask is required on public transport and in certain indoor areas
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Other:

16.06.2022

MoH encourages employers to organise teleworking were possible. After the lockdown was lifted people are still encouraged to continue teleworking were possible.; 01/05/2022: State of emergency revoked.

05.05.2022

MoH encourages employers to organise teleworking were possible. After the lockdown was lifted people are still encouraged to continue teleworking were possible.; 01/05/2022: State of emergency revoked.

05.05.2022

A state-level state of emergency on the coronavirus has been declared.; 01/05/2022: The emergency situation in Lithuania is lifted.

21.04.2022

Definition of high-risk municipalities have included those municipalities where the epidemiological indicator is 100 thousand. population was greater than 25; and more than five cases of coronavirus infection were detected in the last 14 days. In high-risk municipalities; intensified testing is carried out among healthcare employees and social care institutions; as well as patients who have spent more than 48 hours in healthcare institution. ; 16/10/2020: changes of criteria for definition of 'COVID-19 high and low risk municipality'. High-risk municipalities are those with the 14-day rate is over 50 per 100 000 pop.; more than 10 cases of COVID-19 have been detected in 14 days and / or the proportion of positive tests during the week is 4% or more from all COVID-19 tests conducted in the municipality. The list of high-risk municipalities is updated weekly according to morbidity rates. In high-risk municipalities; intensified testing is carried out among healthcare employees and social care institutions; as well as patients who have spent more than 48 hours in healthcare institution.

21.04.2022

Avoid direct contact; keep 1-2 meters distance; hand hygiene; cough and sneeze etiquette. PREVIOUS: It is recommended to avoid direct contact; keep the distance of no less than 2 meters and no more than 15 min; and strictly follow personal hygiene recommendations (wash hands; cough and sneeze etiquette).; 04/04/22: COVID-19 related measures lifted.

24.11.2021

MoH recommendation: Catering establishments are recommended to limit customer flows so that people are spaced at least one meter apart. As the good examples show; some institutions have already taken such preventive action and are planting clients at every second table. Therefore; the concrete implementation of this recommendation should be decided by the institutions themselves. In the shops ensure there is no crowding and people que 1 meter apart; workers have the possibility to wash their hands at least every 2 hours with soap and warm water; door handles and other surfaces are cleaned using disinfectants.

24.11.2021

Public health consultants were placed in all three Lithuanian airports for the travellers coming from China at the end of January for couple of weeks. ; 25/01/2020: Informative posters have been placed at the airports and seaport.

24.11.2021

Eldrely are asked to stay home and not go to any kind of gatherings; including religious gatherings.

24.11.2021

MoH has provided guidelines and information about 2019 nCov for all HCW.

06.11.2021

Recommendations on personal hygiene measures to reduces the risk of infection with coronavirus.

24.06.2021

From 17 June 2021; In state and municipal institutions; establishments; state and municipally owned enterprises and the private sector; work is organized and clients are served in such a way as to ensure the necessary personal protective equipment; or remotely. It is mandatory to ensure the performance of the necessary immediate functions (works) established by law. Previously; work was organized and clients were served remotely; except in cases when relevant functions (work) must be performed at the workplace; ensuring safe flow management; safe the conditions for observance of the distance; the necessary public health safety; hygiene; provision of persons with the necessary personal protective equipment. It is mandatory to ensure the necessary performance of immediate functions (works) established by law.

14.07.2020

People in quarantine can go outside if they ensure there is no contact with other people. Minimum distance between people outside is 2 meters.