En De
Total doses
given
4.5M
People fully
vaccinated
1.9M
% Fully
vaccinated
68.35%
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
09.09.2022

The rules on child isolation have also been updated - children under 7 will not be isolated. Children aged 7 to 16 will not be isolated if they have a negative COVID-19 test result. If the test is performed in Lithuania; isolation is mandatory until the test result is received. Following the change in the procedure for the establishment of affected countries; the countries on the list of countries affected by COVID-19 will be divided into three groups: 1. countries from which enhanced communicable disease control measures apply; 2. countries classified in the red or gray zone;3. countries belonging to the yellow or green zone. Arrival from countries subject to enhanced communicable disease control measures will require both testing and isolation. Both vaccinated and diseased individuals will need to isolate and perform the test. Children will also need to be isolated; regardless of their age or the outcome of the COVID-19 test. Unnecessary travel to these countries is strictly not recommended. Everyone arriving or returning from countries in the yellow or green zone will not need to be isolated. Travelers from countries in the red and gray areas will need to isolate those who have not been vaccinated with one of the COVID-19 vaccines under the full vaccination schedule or have not contracted the infection. As before; other insulation exceptions apply. The COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test) will be mandatory on arrival from any country; except for children under 16 years of age who have been vaccinated under the full vaccination schedule; who have become ill and other exemptions. Depending on morbidity and other indicators; countries are divided into green; yellow; red; and gray zones. When Lithuania is in the red zone; only the countries and regions in the gray zone are considered to be affected countries.; 22/11/2021 Unvaccinated and non-sick individuals arriving from the red zone remain subject to mandatory pre-trip screening and 10 days of isolation upon arrival. Those arriving from the yellow zone must take the test before the trip and repeat it 3-5 days after arrival; but they are not required to be isolated for 10 days. Travelers arriving from the green zone are only required to complete the NVSC form (as are those arriving from the red and yellow zones) and complete the COVID-19 survey prior to travel.; 27/11/2021 Arrivals from Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; South Africa and Zimbabwe will have to check in no later than 72 hours before travel and will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result to the carrier. Upon arrival in Lithuania; they will have to isolate themselves for 10 days and perform two more PCR tests: within the first three days after arrival in Lithuania and no earlier than the seventh and no later than the tenth day after arrival.; 27/12/2021 All travellers from countries from which enhanced measures apply must isolate for 10 days. Travellers from red and gray countries who are not vaccinated must isolate for 10 days.; 17/01/2022 All travellers from countries from which enhanced measures apply and travellers from red and gray countries who are not vaccinated must isolate for 7 days.; 05/02/2022 Foreign arrivals who have been fully vaccinated less than 270 days previously and have not received a booster dose of the vaccine will not be exempted from isolation (from outside the European Economic Area) and testing. The isolation requirement for arrivals from EU countries is lifted .; 14/02/2022 Persons arriving from third countries will not be required to isolate themselves. When all parts of the world find themselves in the yellow zone; travelers from any country will be required to complete a passenger questionnaire and submit a document confirming one of the three facts: vaccination against COVID-19; relapse; or a negative COVID-19 test prior to travel.

06.05.2022

01/05/2022; mandatory self-isolation is no longer required from patients with confirmed COVID-19. An individual is deemed healthy at doctor’s decision if; over the time of 24 hours; the temperature falls back to normal and other symptoms subside. People with symptoms are not recommended to go to work; school; other public gathering places.

05.05.2022

06/03/2020: Suspected and confirmed cases should be isolated. ; 19/03/2020: Hospitalised COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms will be treated at home with consultation with GP to follow-up if health situation is not worsening. (MoH) From 14/04/2020 COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms can be isolated in the rehabilitation centres (list is provided in URL field. ; 16/10/2020: From 16/10/2020 shortened isolation time of confirmed COVID-19 cases; depending on severity of illness; and no need for re-testing after that period. For COVID-19 cases with mild symptoms; isolation may be discontinued 10 days after the onset of symptoms if the symptoms of the disease have resolved within the last 24 hours AND no fever occurred. If the symptoms of the disease disappeared after the tenth day of illness; the isolation may be terminated at least 3 days after the symptoms have disappeared. In severe coronavirus; isolation may be discontinued after 20 days if the symptoms have resolved within 24 hours. no fever without medication. In patients with asymptomatic COVID-19; isolation may be discontinued after 10 days. after PCR - when the virus was first detected in a nasopharyngeal specimen. Now patients will no longer need to be re-tested - after the scheduled period and without symptoms; confirmation from the GP that the patient has recovered will suffice. Previously COVID-19 case was considered to have recovered when after 14 days since the illness start; his or hers two consecutive PCR tests were negative (24 hours apart). ; 17/11/2020: A person with a coronavirus infection must be isolated in a separate apartment; house or well-insulated room or house; and no other people can live in the same room during the isolation. If this is not possible and the family members agree; the patient may be isolated in a separate; well-ventilated room. In this case; the patient should restrict movement at home and reduce sharing the common space; while in common space the person should always wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth. If possible; the patient is advised to use a separate bathroom. If a person is isolated in dormitory-type premises with a separate sanitary unit; he or she is prohibited from entering the common premises; food and other necessary facilities at the outer door of the patient's isolation room. Exceptions apply when it is necessary to care for a child with a coronavirus or a person with a disability. Then it is best for the patient to be cared for by a person who is not ill and does not have any chronic diseases. At all times when communicating with the patient; both the caregiver and the sick person should wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth; keeping a safe distance as much as possible. Persons living with a patient must be isolated for 14 days from the last day of contact. If there are multiple patients in a family; they can all be isolated in one room. Principles of Isolation: Do not leave isolation areas without the permission of a healthcare professional. It is forbidden to travel to or from the isolation point; unless necessary for testing or in other cases; but only with the permission of a health care professional. Keep in regular contact with the healthcare professional who is currently caring for you. Do not accept guests or visitors at all times during isolation. Take care of food and other necessary facilities remotely - ask friends or relatives or companies that provide necessary facilities or food delivery services; if this is not possible; these services should be provided by the municipal administration. If your prescription needs to be extended; contact your family doctor remotely. If you have scheduled visits to specialist dentists; change the date of the visit to a later date. Measure your body temperature daily and monitor your condition; including difficulty to breath (Dyspnoea is often of psychological origin. It is important to assess whether resting breathing (more than 20 rpm) or shortness of breath persists). In case of health worsening; call the corona Hotline at 1808. From 27 November; persons who recovered from confirmed COVID-19 and who had a high risk contact with confirmed COVID-19 case is not required to isolate for three months from the symptoms onset. This exemption does not apply people working in healthcare; supportive care; nursing; social care and custodial institutions; as well as living in social care institutions located in custodial institutions; and people receiving supportive treatment and nursing services. For other people isolation can be stopped if the test is negative on 10th day of isolation; this category includes heads of state and employees and officials of certain institutions; employees of dispatch centres of energy companies and some other professional groups. ; 15/11/21 new updates to the regulations.; 17/01/2022 In patients with asymptomatic COVID-19; isolation may be discontinued after 7 days from the date of collection of the nasopharyngeal swab; which was detected by PCR or antigen testing for coronavirus.; 29/04/2022 A person will no longer be subject to compulsory isolation; if there are no more symptoms within 24 hours.; 01/05/2022; mandatory self-isolation is no longer required from patients with confirmed COVID-19. An individual is deemed healthy at doctor’s decision if; over the time of 24 hours; the temperature falls back to normal and other symptoms subside. People with symptoms are not recommended to go to work; school; other public gathering places.

04.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation- travellers from some countries face stricter measures.

COVID-19 travel restrictions have been lifted in Lithuania. Travellers are not required to provide proof of vaccination, recovery from COVID-19 or a negative test result.

17.03.2022

23/02/2022 Only individuals who receive a positive PCR test or antigen test or are suspected of having COVID-19 should be isolated pending a confirmatory COVID test. People who have been exposed to COVID-19 will no longer need to be quarantined; but recommendations to work remotely; monitor their health; perform rapid self-monitoring antigen tests; avoid physical contact; and wear medical masks will continue.

17.03.2022

27/11/2020 A person who has been in contact with a patient should be isolated for 14 days; 25/05/2021 If someone had high-risk exposure to COVID-19; they will be isolated for 14 days from the last day of exposure. The isolation period may be reduced to 10 days ; but no earlier than 7 days after isolation after a SARS-CoV-2 PCR test and a negative result if they do not develop symptoms specific to COVID-19.; 23/09/2021 The duration of isolation for exposed individuals is reduced from 14 to 10 days.; 17/11/2021 Isolation after contact with COVID-19 will also be mandatory for vaccinated individuals. Isolation will be required until a negative PCR test is obtained.; 17/01/2022 The isolation period is shortened to seven days for people who have been in contact with a person with COVID-19. Isolation will only apply to people living together and those most at risk at work. Isolation will be required for all individuals; regardless of their immunization status; ie vaccinated individuals.; 24/01/2022 Isolation will only be mandatory for 7 days if there is family contact; regardless of their immunization status - vaccinated people will also need to be isolated. Those who have had the highest risk of exposure at work will no longer need to be isolated; but they will still have recommendations for testing; teleworking and other measures to prevent COVID-19.; 22/02/2022 The period of compulsory isolation is shortened for employees of supportive care and nursing and social care institutions and for the population receiving the services of these institutions with COVID-19. In patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 disease (except in immunosuppressed patients); isolation should be discontinued 10 days after the onset of symptoms if no symptoms.; 23/02/2022 Only individuals who receive a positive PCR test or antigen test or are suspected of having COVID-19 should be isolated pending a confirmatory COVID test. People who have been exposed to COVID-19 will no longer need to be quarantined; but recommendations to work remotely; monitor their health; perform rapid self-monitoring antigen tests; avoid physical contact; and wear medical masks will continue.

17.02.2022

The rules on child isolation have also been updated - children under 7 will not be isolated. Children aged 7 to 16 will not be isolated if they have a negative COVID-19 test result. If the test is performed in Lithuania; isolation is mandatory until the test result is received. Following the change in the procedure for the establishment of affected countries; the countries on the list of countries affected by COVID-19 will be divided into three groups: 1. countries from which enhanced communicable disease control measures apply; 2. countries classified in the red or gray zone;3. countries belonging to the yellow or green zone. Arrival from countries subject to enhanced communicable disease control measures will require both testing and isolation. Both vaccinated and diseased individuals will need to isolate and perform the test. Children will also need to be isolated; regardless of their age or the outcome of the COVID-19 test. Unnecessary travel to these countries is strictly not recommended. Everyone arriving or returning from countries in the yellow or green zone will not need to be isolated. Travelers from countries in the red and gray areas will need to isolate those who have not been vaccinated with one of the COVID-19 vaccines under the full vaccination schedule or have not contracted the infection. As before; other insulation exceptions apply. The COVID-19 test (PCR test or antigen test) will be mandatory on arrival from any country; except for children under 16 years of age who have been vaccinated under the full vaccination schedule; who have become ill and other exemptions. Depending on morbidity and other indicators; countries are divided into green; yellow; red; and gray zones. When Lithuania is in the red zone; only the countries and regions in the gray zone are considered to be affected countries.; 22/11/2021 Unvaccinated and non-sick individuals arriving from the red zone remain subject to mandatory pre-trip screening and 10 days of isolation upon arrival. Those arriving from the yellow zone must take the test before the trip and repeat it 3-5 days after arrival; but they are not required to be isolated for 10 days. Travelers arriving from the green zone are only required to complete the NVSC form (as are those arriving from the red and yellow zones) and complete the COVID-19 survey prior to travel.; 27/11/2021 Arrivals from Botswana; Eswatini; Lesotho; Mozambique; Namibia; South Africa and Zimbabwe will have to check in no later than 72 hours before travel and will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result to the carrier. Upon arrival in Lithuania; they will have to isolate themselves for 10 days and perform two more PCR tests: within the first three days after arrival in Lithuania and no earlier than the seventh and no later than the tenth day after arrival.; 27/12/2021 All travellers from countries from which enhanced measures apply must isolate for 10 days. Travellers from red and gray countries who are not vaccinated must isolate for 10 days.; 17/01/2022 All travellers from countries from which enhanced measures apply and travellers from red and gray countries who are not vaccinated must isolate for 7 days.; 05/02/2022 Foreign arrivals who have been fully vaccinated less than 270 days previously and have not received a booster dose of the vaccine will not be exempted from isolation (from outside the European Economic Area) and testing. The isolation requirement for arrivals from EU countries is lifted .; 14/02/2022 Persons arriving from third countries will not be required to isolate themselves. When all parts of the world find themselves in the yellow zone; travelers from any country will be required to complete a passenger questionnaire and submit a document confirming one of the three facts: vaccination against COVID-19; relapse; or a negative COVID-19 test prior to travel.

24.11.2021

All arrivals from the Italian regions of Veneto; Lombardy; Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna will be screened before disembarkation (body temperature measured; general well-being assessed) and their contact details will be collected so that they can be contacted by specialists from the National Public Health Center for two weeks. Monitor their state of health. The same applies for persons who have travelled to China. An online form is available.

14.10.2021

Update 6 march All travellers who returned from abroad and/or have had contact with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case; should stay at home for a period of 14 days. From 1 June there is a list of countres from which returning citizens must isolate themself. the list is updated weekly on Fridays based on the 14-days incidence. Update 14 March; Everyone who comes to Lithuania from China; Hong Kong; Iran; Japan; South Korea; Singapore; Germany; France; Spain; Italy; Iceland; Norway; Sweden; Austria; Denmark; the Netherlands; Switzerland and Egypt must be isolated at home for 14 days (self-isolation). From 01/06/2020 14-days quarantine required for LTU citizens coming from countries with 14-day incidence 15-25 cases per 100 000 pop (non-citizens are not allowed to come); no need to quarantine if <15 cases and prohibited to arrive to Lithuania if >25 per 100 000 in the ast 14-days (except Lithuanian citizens who must then quarantine 14 days) Previous: all travellers who came from abroad must quarantine for 14 days. This rule does not apply for citizens of Lithuania; Latvia and Estonia travelling between the three countries. All people arriving at airport to be mandatory quarantined; some foreigners (e.g. transit) may be exempted; fines implemented and increased on 01.04.2020 to max 6000 EUR. Foreigners arriving in the Republic of Lithuania from the affected countries (where COVID-19 infection reaches 25 cases per 100 thousand population) will be required to have a negative result of a coronavirus infection test taken within the last three days. Update 3 August 2020; Change of the limit of 14-day incidence per 100 000 pop from 15-25 to 16. Affected areas are countries where the incidence rate in the last 14 days exceeds 16 cases per 100 000 population. For travellers from those areas; 14-day quarantine is mandatory. Foreign nationals arriving from countries with a morbidity rate above 16 are required to be isolated for 14 days; and those arriving from third countries included in the list of affected countries are required to be isolated and tested for coronavirus infection. Update 14 September 2020; Increased incidence for affected countries from 16 to 25 cases per 100 000 from 14/09/2020 and from 15/09/2020 - shortened quarantine from 14 days to 10 days if test performed not earlier than on 8th day of quarantine is negative; if no test - 14 days remain; requirement to fill in questionnaire for all travellers. The affected countries are those with 14-day cumulative incidence of 25 cases per 100 000 population. Update January 2021; Due to the new. COVID-19 mutations and the risk of their spread in the European Union (EU) countries; Lithuania is introducing stricter measures to control the spread of coronavirus in travelers. All required to have research and isolation. From 8 February 2021; Persons arriving from any country will be required to have a test result performed within 48 hours. before arrival; or to carry out an investigation upon arrival in Lithuania. Isolation for 14 days is also mandatory; with the possibility to shorten the isolation at your own expense for 10 days after a coronavirus test. Update 15 February 2021. The isolation time for all travellers is reduced from 14 to 10 days 1 June 2021; vaccine certificate announced; 14 June children not isolated; change in procedure for establishment of affected countries; mentions the list of countries in 3 – red; grey and green zones.

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation- travellers from some countries face stricter measures.

Travellers arriving from countries that are listed as risk areas should self-isolate for 10 days from the day of arrival in the Republic of Lithuania (regardless of the negative test result). The isolation period may be shortened after a second negative PCR test performed no earlier than on day 7 of self-isolation (the test is carried out at own expenses). Depending on the local epidemiological situation, travellers from some countries face stricter measures during the isolation period. Travellers that can provide proof of full vaccination or recent recovery of COVID-19 infection are not required to quarantine.

Lithuanian government announces travelers from Andorra, France, Mongolia, Puerto Rico, Turkey will now be subject to standard self-isolation requirements.

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