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

Public Place:

05.05.2022

04/04/2022 The mandatory requirement to wear masks in closed public spaces remains in nursing and care facilities and public transport.

05.05.2022

04/04/2022 The use of masks in closed public places is recommended.

21.04.2022

Only those holding a national certificate (COVID passport) can have access to gyms.

21.04.2022

Only those holding a national certificate (COVID passport) can have access to non-essential shops.

21.04.2022

22/04/2021: Catering establishments; restaurants; cafes and bars are open from 7 am to 9 pm; when the ordered food and drinks are consumed at tables in open spaces; allowing no more than 2 people to sit at one table; except for one family and / or one household members. ; 24/05/2021 Catering establishments; restaurants; cafes and bars are open from 7:00 am to 22:00. Food and drinks are consumed at tables in open spaces; allowing no more than 5 people to sit at one table or for take away.; 08/06/2021 number of people by table reduced from 5 to 2 OR one family/household members instead of two. Work time extended to 24 instead of 22 pm.; 13/09/2021 It is mandatory to serve only costumers with an Opportunity Passport.

21.04.2022

Mandatory for persons over 6 years of age in public enclosed spaces (eg shops; public transport; events; etc.); except when exercising or providing a service that cannot be provided while the recipient is wearing a mask and when wearing masks due to their medical condition not available or their wear may be detrimental to a person’s health.; 15/11/2021 In public enclosed areas; public transportation; and enclosed workplaces only medical masks or respirators will be mandatory and not material and self-made face protection measures.; 17/01/2022 All spectators and attendees over the age of 6 and event attendees must wear at least FFP2 respirators indoors throughout the event.; 08/03/2022 Spectators; attendees; and service personnel will be able to wear not only FFP2-level respirators but also medical masks throughout indoor events.

30.03.2022

For indoor events without an Opportunity Passport; up to 75% can be filled. Events without an Opportunity Passport can only take place while participants / spectators are seated. Protective face masks must be worn at events held in public indoor spaces.;13/09/2021 Events will be organized (with certain exceptions) only for persons who meet the criteria of the Opportunity Passport.; 18/03/2022 The staff in events does no longer need to control the flow of people.

30.03.2022

Only those holding a national certificate (COVID passport) can have access to outdoor cultural; entertainment; sporting events; celebrations; fairs and festivals attended by more than 500 people.; 18/03/2022 The staff in events does no longer need to control the flow of people.

30.03.2022

Only those holding a national certificate (COVID passport) can have access to indoor events attended by more than 500 people.; 18/03/2022 The staff in events does no longer need to control the flow of people.;

13.12.2021

As of 1 August; face masks shall be mandatory in enclosed shops; including supermarket premises; and service provision spaces and on public transport. Exceptions in public catering facilities; during cultural and sporting events; where a service cannot be provided to a customer wearing a mask; while exercising in sports clubs and staying in amusement parks (e.g. swimming pools); as of 7 August; mask-wearing exemptions have been introduced for some people with disabilities. ; 21/08/21 masks or other face protection and social distance must be worn in worship places; both outdoor and indoor cafes; and in all cultural; entertainment and other events and gatherings organized in both open and closed spaces.

25.11.2021

Events may be held indoors with a maximum of 150 spectators and / or participants when not more than 30 percent is filled. all seating positions. The sale of food and drink and the provision of other services at venues are prohibited.

25.11.2021

Quarantine/cordon sanitaire has been announced throughout Lithuania since 7 November 2020 until 28 February 2021. All commercial and non-commercial cultural; entertainment; sporting events; celebrations; fairs; festivals or other organized gatherings of people in a public place for a certain period of time at a pre-determined time; which are organized in open and closed spaces in public; are prohibited; except: high-performance sports competitions when held without spectators; funerals when no more than 10 persons are present; except for family members and persons providing ritual services. ; 01/03/2021: Measure extended. ; 19/04/2021: Restrictions are being eased. Cinemas; theatres; concert halls up to 150 seated spectators; tickets sold online; no food on sale during events and small events up to 50 people indoors and outdoors.

25.11.2021

Events are allowed with a maximum of 150 spectators in accordance with the established requirements. Events can be organized indoors when not more than 30% is filled. The number of people can be up to 2000 outside and 500 inside (allowing occupation of not more than 75% of seats) if there are valid 'possibility passports'.

25.11.2021

Open-air events may be organised with a maximum of 300 spectators and / or participants. Events can be organized indoors when not more than 30 percent is filled. all seating positions. The sale of food and drink and the provision of other services at venues are prohibited. With 'possibility pass' 2000 people are allowed.; 01/06/2021 No restrictions on number of spectators; however all have to be seated at 2 m distance or by 2+2 principle.

25.11.2021

No more than 250 spectators and / or participants may participate in events organized indoors. The sale of food and drink and the provision of other services at venues are prohibited.

24.11.2021

1000 participants outdoors (excluding organisers; performers and service staff); people can gather if a distance of at least 1 meter is kept (except family members). All mass gatherings except professional sports.

24.11.2021

MANDATORY to wear masks in public places either surgical; cloth masks; or if not available cover mouth and nose with scarf from 10 April until 14 May. From 30/04/2020 masks are not needed if there are no people with at least 20 m radius e.g. forests; remote places etc. Masks are no longer needed for sportsmen and children under 6 years of age. ; 14/05/2020: mandatory to wear masks in places with potential crowding; if more people gather for longer periods; where there is no possibility to keep the distance e.g. public transport; markets; shops etc. Masks are not mandatory when outside (except the situations described above).

24.11.2021

Strong recommendation to use masks in public places e.g. markets; shops; public transport etc.

24.11.2021

16/03/2020: Nationwide quarantine. Ban in all religious gatherings. 27/04/2020: Religious gatherings are allowed except for Sunday with specific restrictions: keeping distance; masks; funerals held only outside and keeping the distance.

24.11.2021

Religious gatherings are allowed with specific restrictions: keeping distance; masks; funerals held only outside and keeping the distance.

24.11.2021

outside cafes and restaurants can reopen from mid-April. Catering establishments; restaurants; cafes; bars; nightclubs and other places of entertainment; casinos and gaming machines; bingo halls; betting and betting outlets are prohibited; except for: food is supplied to be taken away or delivered to natural and legal persons by other means; catering services are provided to employees of enterprises; institutions or organizations where shift work is performed in the territories and (or) premises of these enterprises; institutions or organizations; catering services are provided in educational; social services; personal health care; national defense; prisons/correctional institutions; remand centers; the Foreigners Registration Center or other institutions where it is necessary to ensure catering in accordance with the specifics of the institution's activities. catering establishments; restaurants; cafes and bars are operated at sea and airport passenger departure terminals; when the ordered food and drinks are consumed at tables; allowing no more than 2 persons to sit at one table; except for members of one family and / or one household ; 22/04/2021: Catering establishments; restaurants; cafes and bars are open from 7 am to 9 pm; when the ordered food and drinks are consumed at tables in open spaces; allowing no more than 2 people to sit at one table; except for one family and / or one household members.

24.11.2021

Reduced contact services. Forbidden: to provide beauty services; to provide other services; the provision of which requires more than 15 minutes of contact between the service provider and the service recipient; rental; subletting or lending of premises for the provision of accommodation services (whether owned by natural or legal persons or otherwise legally owned) for the organization of private events; celebrations or other gatherings. Except: medical rehabilitation services and other emergency medical care services; psychological assistance and psychotherapy services; custom passenger and passenger car taxi services for hire or reward; legal services provided by lawyers; financial services and services of issuing qualified certificates issued by qualified trust service providers which cannot be provided at a distance; accommodation services provided by accommodating no more than one family and / or one household member in one room. Non-prohibited service points shall provide a service area of 10 m2 per visitor or serve no more than one person at a time and shall ensure other conditions established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual.

24.11.2021

The following services are allowed: from 15 February 2021; the provision of individual services (including beauty) is permitted; during the provision of which there is contact only between one service provider and one service recipient; unless they are directly prohibited by a Government resolution; medical rehabilitation services; psychological assistance and psychotherapy services; custom passenger and passenger car taxi services for hire or reward; legal services provided by lawyers; from March 10; vehicle driving examination services can be provided; financial services and the issuance of qualified certificates by qualified trust service providers that cannot be provided at a distance. IMPORTANT: in non-prohibited service areas; where less than 15 minutes of contact between the provider and the recipient is required during the provision of the service; 10 m2 must be provided; and when more than 15 minutes of contact between the provider and the recipient is required during the provision of the service - 20 m2 of service provision area for one service recipient or no more than one service recipient is served at the same time and other conditions for managing human flows; maintaining a safe distance; necessary public health safety; hygiene; provision of persons with necessary personal protective equipment are set.

24.11.2021

In Foreigners’ Registration Centre (FRC): asylum seekers staying in the FRC and holding the right to move in the territory of the Republic of Lithuania will not be allowed to leave the FRC for more than 2 hours per day; foreigners staying in the FRC will not be visited except their lawyers. Exceptions apply to: asylum seekers who receive educational activities on a daily basis; eligible asylum seekers who are employed and have submitted a valid employment contract to the URC administration; asylum seekers who; with the permission of the URC administration; are allowed to leave the URC for more than 2 hours a day. visiting foreigners accommodated in the URC is prohibited; except for meetings with their lawyers; and staff of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; observers of the Lithuanian Red Cross and when foreigners are visited by persons holding a Passport of Opportunity.

24.11.2021

Medical institutions; social care institutions and prisons restrict visits to the institutions to third parties.

24.11.2021

Long-term and short-term visits in penitentiary establishments and remand prisons are restricted. No visits to residential social care establishments; foster families; group and community homes; except when visiting residents in terminal condition or when a visit is related to the performance of duties. Social care services will be provided in residential social care establishments and in person’s home in accordance with the conditions laid down by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations for public health safety; hygiene and the provision of persons with necessary personal protective equipment.

24.11.2021

Ban on public gatherings; except high-quality sporting events and cultural events when held outdoors; up to a maximum of 400 spectators: spectators must be sitting; there is 2 meters distance between them (except family members such as children (adopted); including minor children; parents (foster parents); guardians of the person and his / her spouse or the person with whom the registered partnership agreement has been concluded). During the event spectators must wear face protection (face masks; respirators; other devices); people with disabilities if they can not wear a face mask; should wear a shield. Such events will also have to ensure the electronic distribution of tickets and / or the registration of spectators and / or participants; as well as the control of the access of spectators and / or participants to the venue.

24.11.2021

All indoor mass gatherings are cancelled. These mandatory requirements apply to all celebrations; sporting events; theaters; concerts; shows and other events. Outdoor events with less than 100 participants could only take place if the organizers provided facilities for hand hygiene and guaranteed that the event would not be attended by people from countries declared to be affected by COVID-19. Also; the audience should be taken into account when organizing events - most of them should not be people at risk; i.e. y seniors with chronic diseases.

24.11.2021

In public spaces gatherings of groups of no more than 5 persons; members of two families and / or two households; or larger groups of persons. In public open places; persons may be groups of no more than 10 persons; members of two families and / or two households; or larger groups of persons; where this Decree allows the provision of services or activities to larger groups of persons. Persons with a history of COVID-19 who have been diagnosed with a positive SARS-CoV-2 PCR test or antigen test and no more than 180 days have elapsed since the positive test; and persons vaccinated; more lenient quarantine measures may be applied than for other persons. IMPORTANT: in all cases; the management of the flow of persons; the maintenance of a safe distance; the necessary public health safety; hygiene; and the provision of necessary personal protective equipment must be ensured by the state-level emergency operations manager. ; 01/06/2021: in private and public enclosed spaces; persons may be in groups of no more than 10 persons; two families and / or two household members; the number of persons in open spaces is not limited.

24.11.2021

Only members of one family or household can gather. Gatherings/close contacts between more than one family/household is not allowed. Except: emergencies requiring assistance; to care for people who are sick or unable to take care of themselves; In public places; there can be a maximum of 2 groups of people or groups of one family and / or one household member. Private celebrations in public and private spaces can only take place if no more than one family or one household member attends. ; 21/01/2021: In public places; groups of up to 2 people or groups of one family and / or one household member may be present. From 21 January 2021; two families or two households will be allowed to meet if one of them has no more than one adult or one person and his or her minor children; or a household with a person in need of constant care and nursing. Such close family or household members would be prohibited from having close contact with other persons. If the support bubble is formed with a person who is at risk; it is additionally recommended to wear masks; maintain a distance of 2 meters; ventilate the premises at least once an hour. Members of the support bubble would be allowed to move from one municipality to another if they are in different municipalities. ; 06/03/2021: persons may be in public open spaces of no more than 5 persons or groups of two families and / or members of two households. Prohibited: close contacts between more than one family and / or one household; except: close contacts between two families and / or two households in open spaces; emergencies requiring assistance; to care for the sick or unable to take care of themselves; to organize personal celebrations in public and private spaces if more than one family and / or one household participates in them; except for celebrations in open spaces where no more than two families and / or two households participate.

24.11.2021

5 people in parks; also one child or children from the sam efamily can play in outdoor playgrounds. People must keep 2 meters distance and avoid any physical contact. Changed from partial to full measure. From 1 to 7 April; gatherings outside in groups of no more than 2 persons; excluding close relatives; are not allowed. This prohibition shall not apply to outdoor events where people stay in their cars during the event; and where there are no more than 2 people in the car; except for relatives. 04/05/2020: group gatherings of no more than 10 people will be allowed outside ensuring there is at least 10 m2 (ten square meters) per person and people hold distance of 2 meters . People outside e.g. parks; should walk; meet in small groups only (no more than 5 persons); in playgrounds; only children from one family can play. Also; people should keep 2 meters distance; avoid physical contact and follow good hygiene requirements.

24.11.2021

Increase to max 600 people indoors.

24.11.2021

150 participants indoor (excl. organiser) if a distance of at least 2 meters is kept between people (except family members). All mass gathering except professional sports. Participants are recommended to wear masks; and follow other hygiene recommendations for covid-19. ; 01/07/2020: 200 participants indoor (excl. organiser) if a distance of at least 2 meters is kept between people (except family members). All mass gathering except professional sports. ; 01/08/2020: 350 participants indoor (excl. organiser) if a distance of at least 2 meters is kept between people (except family members).

24.11.2021

700 participants outdoors (exclunding organisers; performers and service staff); people can gather if a distance of at least 1 meter is kept (except family members). All mass gatherings except professional sports.

24.11.2021

Organisers of public events with more than 300 participants have to register all their attendees and keep their contact details for three weeks. There are no more restrictions of the maximum of attendees in outdoor and indoor events. However; in cases where registering attendees is impracticable; the participation can be up to 300 in indoor and outdoor events. ; 07/10/2020: The previous restriction now applies to any kind of event regardless the number of participants. The organisers will have to register all the attendees.

24.11.2021

100 ppl indoors but no more than 30% of the premises filled in; 2 meters distance unless from the same family.

24.11.2021

300 ppl gatherings oudoors if the distance of at least 1 meter is kept (or if spectators are sitting inside of the car; outdoor cinema).

24.11.2021

Ban on public gatherings; except high-quality sporting events and cultural events when held indoors; up to a maximum of 300 spectators: spectators must be sitting; there is 2 meters distance between them (except family members such as children (adopted); including minor children; parents (foster parents); guardians of the person and his / her spouse or the person with whom the registered partnership agreement has been concluded). During the event spectators must wear face protection (face masks; respirators; other devices); people with disabilities if they can not wear a face mask; should wear a shield. Such events will also have to ensure the electronic distribution of tickets and / or the registration of spectators and / or participants; as well as the control of the access of spectators and / or participants to the venue.

24.06.2021

Persons over the age of 6 years must wear protective equipment (face masks; respirators or other devices) covering the nose and mouth in public places that fit snugly and completely cover the nose and mouth. This requirement does not apply to: persons exercising sport; high-performance sports and physical activity specialists; high-performance sports and physical activity instructors and competition judges participating in high-level sports exercises or competitions; during the provision of the service; when the service cannot be provided while the recipient of the service is wearing a mask; persons with disabilities who; due to their state of health; are unable to wear masks or whose wearing may endanger a person's state of health. It is recommended that these individuals wear a face shield; in open spaces where there are no persons other than members of the family and / or one household nearby; children educated according to pre-school and primary education programs; while they are in the educational institution and (or) its territory; as well as children participating in children's camps; performers; presenters; event hosts during rehearsals; video; audio recordings; broadcasts; events; when a safe distance from spectators and (or) participants is ensured.

24.06.2021

Vaccinated and persons with COVID-19 disease history are allowed to visit relatives in all inpatient social services; families; group and community homes. Otherwise; the visit of the population to all stationary social service institutions; families; group and community housing is prohibited; except for the visit of the terminal population and (or) persons whose visit to the institution is related to the performance of duties.

15.06.2021

The organization and execution of long-term visits in correctional facilities and remand centers is restricted. From 6 March 2021; short-term dates were allowed ensuring the conditions for the management of the flow of persons; the maintenance of a safe distance and other necessary conditions for the protection of public health; hygiene and the provision of persons with the necessary personal protective equipment established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual. From 3 May 2021; The organization and conduct of long-term appointments and short-term contact appointments in correctional facilities and remand centers shall be prohibited; except for individuals who were diagnosed with COVID-19 by a positive SARS-CoV-2 PCR test or antigen test; 180 days since the positive result of the test; and persons who have been vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine registered in the EU Register of Medicinal Products.

15.06.2021

cultural institutions; libraries; reading rooms of state archives; cognitive and educational trails; parks; museums; galleries and other exposition spaces; zoos and botanical gardens are visited; rehearsals of amateur art groups of cultural centers are carried out and excursions are organized in closed spaces with 10 m2 except when only holders of a Passport of Opportunity visit); without open space and per person limit in open spaces.

15.06.2021

Events are allowed in which you do not get out of the car and there are no more than 2 people in the car; except for members of one family and / or one household; it is allowed to physically serve visitors in libraries; it is also possible to physically serve visitors in libraries and reading rooms of state archives in groups of not more than 2 persons; except for members of one family and (or) one household; visits to cognitive and educational trails; parks; museums; galleries and other exhibition spaces; zoos and botanical gardens in open outdoor areas are allowed for groups of up to 10 people; except for members of two families and / or two households and guided tours; when no more than 25 persons are involved (excluding the guide); ensuring pre-registration of participants; admission to museums; galleries and other exhibition spaces; zoos and botanical gardens in enclosed spaces; ensuring the restriction of the flow of visitors; a guide for a maximum of 25 participants (excluding the guide); ensuring pre-registration of participants; excursions involving no more than 25 persons (excluding the guide) are allowed; ensuring pre-registration of participants; no more than 50 persons may attend the funeral; except for persons providing ritual services.

15.06.2021

All shops can open ; except markets; ensuring at least 15 m2 per person or not more than one customer per time. Trade allowed: from 3 May 2021 The operation of marketplaces and other public trading venues is permitted; ensuring compliance with the conditions set by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual and the requirements set for the trading area per visitor. From 15 February 2021 non-essential stores; kiosks and pavilions (excluding kiosks and pavilions located in marketplaces) with a sales area not exceeding 300 m2; with direct access from the outside or a separate entrance used only by the customers of that store are allowed to operate. Outdoor sales of non-food products from temporary sales facilities are also allowed; as well as off-premises contracts (door-to-door sales). IMPORTANT: These outlets must provide 20 m2 of retail space per visitor or serve no more than one person at a time and meet the conditions set by the other State-level Emergency State Operations Manager. There may be shops (including shops in shopping and / or entertainment centers) whose main activities are the sale of food; animal feed; veterinary; pharmaceutical; floral; optical goods and orthopaedic technical equipment. Food may be traded in marketplaces and other public outlets. Distance selling (online or by other means of communication) is allowed when goods are delivered to natural and legal persons or picked up at pick-up points. Funeral shops may be open. IMPORTANT: These outlets must provide 15 m2 of retail space per visitor or serve no more than one person at a time and comply with the conditions set out by the other State-level Emergency Operations Manual (hereinafter referred to as the Operations Manual). The operation of shops; including shops in shopping and / or entertainment centers; marketplaces and other public outlets; continues to be prohibited. It is recommended not to use short-term sales promotion measures (sales; discount hours; tastings; etc.) in all stores; supermarkets; markets and other public outlets and service locations. This does not apply to online commerce; increase the number of working cash registers so that there are no more than 5 people in line; persons from one family and / or household to visit one by one; set longer working hours.

15.06.2021

Religious communities are recommended to hold religious services remotely (from 24 May 2021: except funerals attended by maximum 50 persons excluding persons providing funeral services) or in such a way as to avoid gatherings (while ensuring 10 sq. m. per person and maintaining a distance of at least 2 meters between people or groups of people (up to 2 people or family members); or to refrain from performing religious services.

15.06.2021

There are no restrictions for sport clubs if visitors have a valid 'possibility passport'. Otherwise; sport clubs may open; providing a service area of 20 m2 per person (including service providers). Sports; leisure and entertainment services may be provided in open spaces and when: the services are provided to a maximum of 10 persons at a time; excluding members of two families and / or two households; the services are provided to a maximum of 50 people at a time; ensuring an area of 50 m2 per person and electronic distribution of tickets and pre-registration of service users.

15.06.2021

the activities of shops; markets and other public outlets are organized by providing 10 m2 of retail space per visitor (except in cases when only persons with the Opportunity Passport are served) or by serving no more than one person at a time.

01.06.2021

Theatres and cinemas may open; ensuring that spectators occupy only seating; up to a maximum of 30%. all seats; but the total number of spectators shall not exceed 150; the distribution of tickets electronically and / or the registration of spectators to wear masks for spectators over the age of 6; as well as other conditions established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual. The sale of food and beverages and the provision of other services at the places where these services are provided are prohibited. Events are allowed with a maximum of 150 spectators in accordance with the established requirements. Events can be organized indoors when not more than 30 percent is filled. all seating positions; ensuring electronic distribution of tickets and / or spectator registration for the wearing of masks by spectators over the age of 6; as well as other conditions established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual. The sale of food and drink and the provision of other services at venues are prohibited.

01.06.2021

From 6 March 2021; accommodation is allowed with no more than one family and / or one household member in one room; ensuring the wearing of masks for all persons in common areas and maintaining a distance of at least 2 meters between persons or groups of persons; ensuring other conditions established by decision of the Head of Operations. It is prohibited to rent; sublease or use premises intended for the provision of accommodation services (owned by natural or legal persons or otherwise legally owned) for the organization of private events; celebrations or other gatherings. With possibility passport accommodation establishments can accommodate more than one member of the same family in the same room.

03.05.2021

The provision of skiing services is allowed upon following conditions: electronic distribution of tickets and pre-registration of visitors must be ensured; the flow of visitors to the ski slopes must be limited - the maximum number of visitors allowed at any time is calculated on the basis of the number of lifts in operation: a maximum of 30 visitors per lift. Rental of ski equipment and non-ski services at outdoor ski slopes is forbidden. The provision of leisure; sports facilities; sports clubs; entertainment; recreation; swimming pools; saunas (except public baths for personal hygiene); discos; dance halls; cinemas and cinema clubs is prohibited. It is also forbidden to visit leisure facilities or to rent leisure facilities for private events; celebrations or other gatherings. This does not apply for high-skill sports exercises.

03.05.2021

Wellness centres providing recreational services shall be closed. There will be no visits to cultural; leisure; entertainment and sports establishments; and no physical services will be provided to visitors; except high-performance athletic training; individual (for one visitor) physical activity training sessions provided by a physical activity or sports professional; instructor or physical activity or sports professional service provider; while ensuring other conditions laid down in the Commander of Operations’ decision. Leisure; entertainment and sports establishments shall not rent; sublease or transfer free of charge (under lease agreement) premises managed by them by the right of ownership or on other lawful grounds for private events; celebrations and other gatherings. Update 15/02/21: Individual outdoor physical activity sessions are permitted; provided by a physical activity or sports specialist; instructor or physical activity or sports specialist service provider. Update from 6 March 2021: sports; leisure and entertainment services may be provided in open spaces; provided to a maximum of 5 persons at a time; excluding members of two families and / or two households; and ensuring the flow of persons distance; the necessary conditions for the protection of public health; hygiene and the provision of persons with the necessary personal protective equipment. Update 13 April: sports; leisure and recreational services in the open air are allowed simultaneously to a maximum of 10 persons; excluding members of two families and / or two households; and conditions for safety; hygiene; provision of persons with necessary personal protective equipment

15.03.2021

All commercial and non-commercial cultural; entertainment; sporting events; celebrations; fairs; festivals or other organized gatherings of people in a public place for a certain period of time at a pre-determined time; which are organized in open and closed spaces; are prohibited; except: high level sport competitions without spectators; funerals when no more than 10 persons attend; except family and / or household members and persons providing ritual services. The provision of leisure; sports facilities; sports clubs; entertainment; recreation; swimming pools; saunas (except public baths for personal hygiene); discos; dance halls; cinemas and cinema clubs is prohibited. It is also forbidden to visit leisure facilities or to rent leisure facilities for private events; celebrations or other gatherings. The ban does not apply to: high-skill sports exercises. Visits to cultural institutions and physical service to visitors are prohibited; except in cases when the conditions for managing the flow of persons; maintaining a safe distance; necessary public health safety; hygiene; and providing persons with necessary personal protective equipment established by the state-level emergency operations manager are ensured.

25.02.2021

Protective face masks are mandatory in all public areas (for persons from 6 years of age). Exceptions apply to: individuals who exercise; high mastery sports exercises; during the provision of the service; when the service cannot be provided while the recipient of the service is wearing a mask; persons with disabilities who; due to their state of health; are unable to wear masks or whose wearing may endanger a person's state of health. It is recommended that these individuals wear a face shield; outside the place of residence (cities; towns; villages; single-family homes; gardeners' associations) and when there are no other persons within a radius of 20 meters; except for family members; children over the age of 6 years in pre-school; primary school are not required to wear protective equipment (face masks; respirators or other means) covering their nose and mouth while in educational institutions and / or in the territory of the school. The mask must be worn in the common areas of the accommodation buildings. It is recommended to wear the mask at a private personal celebration; if one is held; or when communicating with another family. From end of February 2021 it will be allowed to be without face masks in open spaces if there are no people in 2 meters radius; or if there are family members only.

25.02.2021

MANDATORY to wear masks in public places either surgical; cloth masks; or if not available cover mouth and nose with scarf from 10 April until 14 May. Then the measure was partially lifted and masks became mandatory in places where it is difficult to avoid crowding e.g. public transport; shops; markets etc.

25.02.2021

Reintroduction. As of 1 August; face masks shall be mandatory in enclosed shops; including supermarket premises; and service provision spaces. As of 1 August; face masks shall be mandatory on public transport. Exceptions in public catering facilities; during cultural and sporting events; where a service cannot be provided to a customer wearing a mask; while exercising in sports clubs and staying in amusement parks (e.g. swimming pools); as of 7 August; mask-wearing exemptions have been introduced for some people with disabilities. UPDATE: From August 21 masks or other face protection and social distance must be worn in worship places; both outdoor and indoor cafes; and in all cultural; entertainment and other events and gatherings organized in both open and closed spaces.

15.02.2021

Only grocery stores will operate. The operation of shops; including shops in shopping and / or entertainment centers; marketplaces and other public outlets; is prohibited. Except: shops (including shops in shopping and / or entertainment centers) whose main activity is the sale of food; animal feed; veterinary; pharmaceutical; optical and orthopedic technical equipment; food trade in markets and other public outlets; online trade and when goods are delivered to natural and legal persons or collected at collection points; outdoor trade in Christmas trees and other trees for celebrations. In non-prohibited stores: 15 m2 of retail space per visitor must be provided or no more than one person is served at a time and other conditions set by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual must be ensured. Recommended: not to use short-term sales promotion measures (sales; discount hours; tastings; etc.) in all stores; supermarkets; markets and other public outlets and places of service provision. This does not apply to online marketing. increase the number of working cash registers so that there are no more than 5 people in line; persons from one family and / or household to visit one by one; set longer working hours.

15.02.2021

From 23 April 2020; All food facilities can work providing take-away food; but mandatory distance of minimum 1 meter in queue when coming for take away; open air cafes can work if there is 2 meters distance btw tables; not more than 2 people at the table except people from the same family; visitors must wear masks or face shields; cafes and restaurants must provide information for people over 60 years of age to avoid going to café or restaurant. Disinfection of premises is required. Workers with symptoms are not allowed to work and must be provided with isolation premises. 04/05/2020 open-air cafes; restaurants and bars can open with certain limitations. From 01/06/2020 prolonged working hours for bars and restaurants gambling clubs etc. from 08:00 to 23:00.

15.02.2021

The activities of catering facilities; restaurants; cafes; bars; nightclubs and other entertainment venues shall be prohibited; except where food can be taken away or it can be otherwise delivered to natural and legal persons in accordance with hygiene requirements. The activities of shops; shopping and/or entertainment centres; except for the sale of food; veterinary; pharmacy; optical goods and orthopaedic technical appliances; and of markets other than food; shall be prohibited. This prohibition shall not apply to online sales and when goods are delivered to natural or legal persons or are collected at collection points in accordance with hygiene requirements.

15.01.2021

Social care institutions for the elderly and the disabled; including children's care homes providing inpatient long-term (short-term) social care services; family; group and community living homes can only be visited by persons without acute upper respiratory signs of airway infections such as fever; cough or difficulty breathing etc. The new procedure stipulates that group sessions in social service institutions providing day and short-term social care or social care (employment) services and not related to accommodation (eg day centers) will be carried out in maximum accordance with the principle of group isolation; meaning that the person will attend the same group of activities regularly. The new procedure maintains the requirement to ensure a sufficient time (at least 10 minutes) between the activities of the different groups; during which the premises must be ventilated and the frequently touched surfaces in the premises are cleaned and the recipients of the different groups do not come into contact with each other.

15.01.2021

It is allowed to visit museums and galleries for groups of up to 2 people. Excursions will also be allowed for a maximum of 2 people; or more than 2 persons if these are family members. Museums and galleries will need to ensure an area of at least 10 square meters per visitor and maintain a distance of at least 2 meters between individual visitors or groups of visitors.

22.12.2020

Extended with national cordon sanitaire until 17 Dec. In public places; groups of no more than 5 people except family members (with 2 metres distance between people or groups (up to 5 people or family members). It is recommended to: restrict movement for non-essential reasons; leave the place of residence only for the purpose of work; shopping; health and other services; hold no private parties in private premises or to hold them with the participation of no more than 10 people wearing face masks; restrict close contact with members of other families and/or households or meet with members of no more than 2 families and/or households wearing masks.

22.12.2020

During quarantine; trade may be carried out by shops with limited flow of customers and other visitors: at least 10 sq. m. of retail space per customer or no more than one customer is served at a time. Shops have to provide hand sanitizers for all customers entering and leaving. Distancing; limited number of customers; mandatory face mask; disinfection of hands is still mandatory in all shops as of 10 Sept.

22.12.2020

The operation of sales and service outlets will not be suspended; but 10 square meters of retail space per visitor will have to be provided or no more than one customer will be served at a time. The requirement to provide an area of 10 square meters per visitor will also apply in areas close to shops; supermarkets; markets and other public outlets.

03.12.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport).

03.12.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside.

03.12.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups ; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside.

03.12.2020

the provision of leisure; operation of sports facilities; sports clubs; entertainment; recreation; swimming pools; saunas (except public saunas for personal hygiene needs); discos; dance halls; cinemas and cinema clubs is prohibited.

03.12.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport).

03.12.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport).

23.11.2020

For operating entertainment venues; the identity of each visitor will have to be verified; his name and telephone number will be recorded and; upon request; this data will have to be provided to the National Center for Public Health (NVSC) within two days.

09.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; Public and private sectors - recommendation to combine work from office and home or establish remote working; places of trade and provision of services must ensure 10 square meters per person. Religious rites should be organised in a way to avoid gatherings; or refrain form performance of religious rites.

09.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups.

09.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups ; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside.

09.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: In public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport.

09.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups. Public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport).

06.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport).

06.11.2020

Local quarantine in municipalities in so called red zone with an increase in number of cases in the last 14 days over 50 cases per 100 000 pop and positivity rate over 4% in the last 7 days and proportion of cases not related to known outbreaks or clusters is 30%. The measures include: in public spaces - no more than 5 persons are allowed with 2 meters distance between the groups; Public and private sectors - recommendation to combine work from office and home or establish remote working; places of trade and provision of services must ensure 10 square meters per person. Public events - no restrictions for the number of participants in public events; but mandatory masks and distance of at least 1 meter outside and 2 meters inside; catering- working time 7:00-24.00; mandatory registration of visitors; 2 meters distance between visitors; Movement and masks: public transport - mandatory masks and 1 meter distance between sitting passengers (only sitting passengers allowed in public transport);

06.11.2020

local quarantine is prolonged until 6 November . Suggested restrictions are among others; no more than 2 persons; except for family members; in public places. A safe distance of more than 2 m between persons or groups of persons should be observed; direct physical contact should be avoided; and personal hygiene requirements should be observed. Masks mandatory for adults and children from 6 years of age in public places; except when eating and drinking in public places; and during the provision of the service; when the service cannot be provided while the recipient is wearing a mask. Masks are allowed not to be worn by persons with disabilities who; due to their health condition; are unable to wear the masks or their wearing may endanger the health of the person. For those who cannot wear masks; it is recommended to wear a face shield. Remote work is encouraged where possible. Restaurants; cafes; gambling paces can work 08:00-24:00; but no time limitations for take away food places. It is suggested to cancel all mass gathering events. Shops can have limited number of people allowing 1 person/10sqm. Schools are advised to work remotely; though they do so from mid-September.it is proposed to limit the intensity of regular passenger services on long-distance; suburban and urban passenger routes; allowing only seats to be occupied at a distance of at least 1 meter. Vehicles must be disinfected at the start and end stops of each route. These provisions would not apply to transport that does not stop in the territory of Raseiniai district municipality. prohibit visit all inpatient social service institutions; families; group and community living homes.

25.09.2020

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 16 June 2020 to TBD

As of 16 June shops are open, with following measures: Services and trade in public places: 2-meter safety distance between the working places, it may be less if there is a partition or if personal protective equipment is worn; distances in queues are at least 1 meter; As of 18 May, The activities of catering facilities, restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and other entertainment venues shall be allowed from 8:00 to 22:00 hrs. As of 30 April, The activities of catering facilities, restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and other entertainment venues shall be prohibited. The prohibition shall not apply in the following cases: 3.2.6.1. where food can be taken away or it can be otherwise delivered to natural and legal persons; 3.2.6.2. where catering is organised in open spaces. Stores, marketplaces and other public points of sale shall be permitted to resume their activities, provided that at least 10 sq. m. of space per buyer is ensured or no more than one buyer is served at a time. 3.2.8. Beauty services shall be closed. This requirement shall not apply in the case of hair care and nail care services, if the flow of service users and other visitors is restricted at the points of service by ensuring at least 10 sq. m. of service space per service user or other visitor, or by serving no more than one service user at a time. As of 8 April, The ban on the operation of shops, shopping and entertainment centres and marketplaces remains in force, with the exception of food trade and other exemptions. The decree allows sale of plants for planting, seeds and fertilizers in specialised outdoor stationary sales outlets. The activities of shops, shopping and/or entertainment centres, except for the sale of food, veterinary, pharmacy, optical goods and ortopeadic technical appliances, and of markets other than food, shall be prohibited

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 01 September 2020 to TBD

As of 16 June, Events: - face masks are obligatory in cultural, entertainment and other events and gatherings organised both outdoors and indoors (masks are obligatory for service personnel, but not obligatory for performers); a distance of at least 1 meter between spectators or spectators are seated every second chair; - hand hygiene (washing and/or disinfection); - prohibition to work with symptoms or if isolation is prescribed; from 1 September 2020, the number of spectators and/or participants will not be restricted in outdoor and indoor events, provided that the organisers ensure electronic distribution of tickets, and registration of spectators and/or participants. Where the organisers of the event are unable to ensure this, the event will open to the maximum of 300 participants. From 1 June 2020 to 15 June 2020, cultural, entertainment, sports and other events (hereinafter the ‘events’) shall be only held: -outdoors, where people stay in their cars; -outdoors, with the maximum of 300 spectators and/ or participants (excluding performers, organisers, instructors and service personnel), while ensuring the distance of at least 1 m between the spectators, except for spouses, close relatives, adoptive parents, adoptive children, guardians and carers; -indoors, with the maximum of 100 spectators and/ or participants (excluding performers, organisers, instructors and service personnel), while ensuring the distance of at least 2 m between the spectators, except for spouses, close relatives, adoptive parents, adoptive children, guardians and carers, and the maximum 30% capacity in terms of spectators. to visit or stay in parks and other open public places in groups of no more than five, except for close relatives, adoptive parents, adoptive children, guardians and carers, while keeping a safe distance (more than 2 meters and less than 15 minutes contact. for outdoor leisure activities, provided that at least 10 sq. m. of space per visitor and the distance of at least 10 m between people and/or groups of people is ensured; individual sports activities, physical activity exercises (conducted by a physical activity or high-performance sports instructor or physical activity professional with no more than 10 participants, except for close relatives, adoptive parents, adoptive children, guardians, and carers), provided that in all the cases at least 5 sq. m. of space per person and the distance of at least 2 m between people and/or groups of people is ensured; All indoor and outdoor events and gatherings shall be prohibited. This prohibition shall not apply to the outdoor events, where people stay in their cars during the event, and where there are no more than two people in the car, except for close relatives, adoptive parents, adoptive children, guardians, and carers.

11.09.2020

From 23/04/2020 all stores and reatails can reopen; including heairdressers and nail salongs; but these must ensure the use of masks and desinfection fo working places. from 30/04/2020 all food selling places can ope; including markets. in the markts food; plants and seeds can be sold; but clothes and other non-food items - not https://www.vz.lt/verslo-aplinka/2020/04/29/nauji-karantino-svelninimai-bus-leista-isvykti-i-uzsieni-sugrazinami-skrydziai. From 15/04/2020 some store and services could reopen; but with certain limitations. Stores; apart from food stores; allowed to reopen; if they have a separate direct entrance from the outside and are able to regulate the flow of customers and other visitors; Operation of non-food stores in entertainment centres and supermarkets remains prohibited. Stationary service provision settings (supermarkets); such as cleaning services; key making; repair services; etc. generally allowed to reopen; even if they don't have separate entrance and can control flow of persons; however maximum contact with customers set at 20 minutes (thus beauty salons and sports clubs remains prohibited).

27.07.2020

From 23/03/2020 to 09/04/2020 It is recommended to wear medical masks in public places; except when driving motor vehicles. If it is not possible to wear a medical mask; a fabric mask covering the nose and mouth can be used. It is also recommended to wear disposable gloves in public contact areas.

20.03.2020

Cultural event restrictions are partialy lifted from 01/06/2020 more participants/spectators will be gradually allowed; restricted distantce 1-2 meters+mandatory ppe (masks; gloves etc)Leisure and entertainment venues must also observe distance of at least 1 meter in the queues; they have disinfect their premises; observe hand hygiene; and it is recommended for the employees to wear personal protective equipment. Workers with symptoms are not allowed to work; or they can be assigned an isolation. The same restrictions apply in the case of gambling houses (casinos); gaming arcades and bingo halls. : The number of participants and/or spectators allowed in cultural; entertainment; sports or other events will increase from 17 June to 150 people indoors and to 700 outdoors; and from 1 July until 16 July - to 200 indoors and up to 1 000 outdoors. Performers; organisers and service personnel are not included in this figure. From 17 June; indoor spaces may not be filled by more than 50%; seating of participants (spectators) must be in staggered arrangement with alternate chairs to maintain gap; the Government is committed to increasing the number of participants and/or spectators in stages; depending on the epidemiological situation. Museums; libraries; zoos; parks can open again from 27/04/2020. Public meetings; sport and cultural (theatres; movies) facilities; including religious ceremonies were cancelled until 01/06/2020.

20.03.2020

Public meetings; sport and cultural facilities (theatres; cinemas) ; including religious ceremonies are cancelled.