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

Schools/Univercity closure:

20.06.2022

Education for the final grade students of the secondary education program is carried out in a mixed manner in accordance with the procedure established by the Minister of Education; Science and Sports and ensuring the conditions established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manager. Students and teachers working physically should be periodically tested for COVID-19. Prophylactic testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) or self-monitoring for possible COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) may be omitted for primary and secondary education students in open spaces. In municipalities with a 14-day COVID-19 incidence (coronavirus infection) of less than 200 cases per 100;000 population; students in grades 5-11 will be able to return to contact education without testing.

24.11.2021

30/05/2020: Secondary schools can re-open; it is allowed to organise classes; consultations etc. for children from 5-8 grade and 1-3 gymnasium grades; but only if health requirements are met. Schools are allowed to decide themselves how they perform teachings; remotely; at the school or combine remote and direct teaching. This applies until the end of the school year.

24.11.2021

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns.

24.11.2021

07/11/2020: Due to national lockdown; distance learning is mandatory for higher education. ; 01/07/2021: End of lockdown. Schools are opened again and classes can resume.; From 24/05/2021 Initial vocational training and higher education studies may take place in a mixed manner by periodic screening of students and contact staff for the diagnosis of COVID-19 or self-monitoring for possible COVID-19.

24.11.2021

vocational training and higher education are provided at a distance; with the exception of initial vocational training combined with a social skills program; compulsory traineeships; practical training or assessment of competencies that cannot be completed at a distance; or through a periodic preventive a test to diagnose COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) or self-monitoring for possible COVID-19 (coronavirus infection); 08/06/2021 vocational training or higher education may be carried out on the premises with a maximum of 10 pupils or students; keeping a distance of at least 2 meters between all the persons in the room; or with 11 to 30 pupils or students; keeping between the two at a distance of at least 2 meters and ensuring a room area of 10 m2 per person.

24.11.2021

Non-formal education of children is carried out at a distance or stopped; non-formal adult education and non-formal vocational training are provided at a distance or suspended; except for practical training in aviation; seafaring and driving; as well as foreign language proficiency assessment examinations (credits) for persons entering foreign higher education institutions with a maximum of 5 participants and the conditions for the management of the flow of persons; the maintenance of a safe distance and other necessary conditions for the safety of public health; hygiene and the provision of persons with the necessary personal protective equipment established by the State-level emergency operations manager are ensured; educational assistance is provided in accordance with the conditions established by the decision of the OV; in the same way as the activities of the educational institution and other education providers are carried out; or provided remotely. children over the age of 6 who are educated according to pre-school; pre-school and primary education programs are not required to wear protective equipment (face masks; respirators or other means) covering their nose and mouth while in educational institutions and / or their territories;

24.11.2021

25/05/2020: Primary schools can reopen. School communities have to decide case-by-case to continue teaching remotely or resuming teaching in classrooms until the 23rd of June; the end of the school year

24.11.2021

In the educational institutions selected by the Vilnius City Municipality Administration from 22 February 2021 until 2021 March 31 education according to the primary education program is carried out in a mixed way. They periodically carry out COVID-19 tests for the disease and ensure the conditions for managing the flow of persons; maintaining a safe distance and other necessary conditions for the protection of public health; hygiene and the provision of necessary personal protective equipment established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manual.

24.11.2021

From 22 March 2021; primary schools can start teaching in the municipalities where 14-day COVID-19 notification rate does not exceed 200 cases per 100 000 population (45 out of 60 municipalities re-opened primary schools). These schools can choose to implement combined distance and normal learning. Schools in municipalities with higher than 200 cases per 100 000 population rate will continue with distance learning. Pupils are provided with free testing; classes should not mix and other hygiene requirements should apply. A list of municipalities is regularly updated. Prophylactic testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) or self-monitoring for possible COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) may not be required for primary school students in open spaces.

24.11.2021

16/03/2020: All schools are closed due to nationwide quarantine. 30/05/2020: Basic and secondary education will be able to resume their activities in schools

24.11.2021

All primary schools; high schools and universities are closed. It is recommended that schools and universities develop distance learning modules.

10.11.2021

Restrictions to non-formal education activities (e.g. activities outside school hours as football; music classes for children; camps; guided tours for children etc.) must be performed remotely; cancelled or postponed.

10.11.2021

Municipalities can decide to close schools when there is a risk of COVID-19 spreading in the municipality. According to the Ministry of Education educational institutions shall switch to distance education at the written submission of the National Public Health Center (NVSC) and by decision of the director of the municipal administration. ; 07/11/2020: New nationwide lockdown. Higher education studies will have to switch to online classes.

10.11.2021

25/05/2020: High schools and professional schools can start working for those specialties were presence at school is needed ensuring as less person-to-person contact as possible also ensuring hygiene measures are in place. ; 30/05/2020: Students from all high education studies can be taught at schools given that all precautionary measures are taken and hygiene measures are in place. Higher education; vocational training or non-formal adult education programs may be carried out at a distance. 30/06/2020: End of school year for higher education.

10.11.2021

16/03/2020: All high education and professional schools are closed due to national Quarantine. Distance learning is encouraged. ; 25/05/2020: High education centres that are unable to carry out studies at a distance are authorised to resume their work.

10.11.2021

27/04/2020: If both parents are working at the same time these children can go to preschool or daycare under provision of documents proving the work of both parents. Kindergartens in large cities organise small groups for this reason. ; 18/05/2020: Kindergartens; preschool groups and non-formal education for children can resume their operations. Education of children can be carried out by ensuring the necessary conditions for public health safety; hygiene and provision of necessary personal protective equipment. They can also decide to continue working remotely.

10.11.2021

16/04/2020: Pre-schools and daycare are closed. ; 27/04/2020: If both parents are working at the same time these children can go to preschool or daycare under provision of documents proving the work of both parents. Kindergartens in large cities organise small groups for this reason.

24.06.2021

Education for the final grade students of the secondary education program is carried out in a mixed manner in accordance with the procedure established by the Minister of Education; Science and Sports and ensuring the conditions established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manager. Students and teachers working physically should be periodically tested for COVID-19. Prophylactic testing for COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) or self-monitoring for possible COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) may be omitted for primary and secondary education students in open spaces. In municipalities with a 14-day COVID-19 incidence (coronavirus infection) of less than 200 cases per 100;000 population; students in grades 5-11 will be able to return to contact education without testing.

03.05.2021

Education in schools according to primary; basic and secondary education programs is carried out remotely; except for pupils educated in special schools and special classes of general education schools according to individualized primary and basic education; primary and basic education; secondary education and social skills development programs. Pupils who find it difficult to study at home and in the decision of the Child Welfare Commission need supervision in an institution; from 21 January 2021. Distance learning; supervision and free meals are provided at a school; children's day center or other institution designated by the municipality.

03.05.2021

Distance learning for primary schools; except for pupils educated in special schools and special classes of general education schools according to individualized primary and basic education; secondary education and social skills development programs. Pupils who find it difficult to study at home and in the decision of the Child Welfare Commission need supervision in an institution can receive this from 21 January. Distance learning; supervision and free meals are provided at a school; children's day center or other institution designated by the municipality.

03.05.2021

Non-formal education of children is carried out remotely or suspended; except for foreign language proficiency examinations (credits) for students with up to 5 students and non-formal education for children in open spaces with up to 5 children and from 22 March non-formal education of children in closed spaces located in the listed municipalities; when no more than 5 children participate and 30 m2 of service provision per child is ensured; ensuring the flow of persons; safe distance and other necessary conditions for public health safety; hygiene; provision of persons with necessary personal protective equipment;non-formal adult education and non-formal vocational training are provided at a distance or suspended; except for aviation and seafarers' practical training; vehicle driving practical training; foreign language proficiency examinations (credits) for persons entering foreign higher education institutions; and the state language and the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania. basic examinations for persons who; according to the Law on Citizenship of the Republic of Lithuania; must pass them when no more than 5 persons participate; and non-formal adult education classes in open spaces when no more than 5 persons participate; and non-formal adult education classes in closed spaces from 22 March; located in the listed municipalities; when no more than 5 persons participate and 30 m2 of service provision per person is ensured; ensuring the management of the flow of persons established by the State-level Emergency Operations Manager; the observance of a safe distance and other necessary conditions for the safety of public health; hygiene; provision of persons with the necessary personal protective equipment;

03.05.2021

Contact consultations for groups of up to 5 students are also allowed. During consultations in schools; it is necessary to follow the requirements set by the operations manager: to maintain a safe distance; to wear masks; to disinfect hands and surfaces; etc. This applies to all municipalities; regardless of morbidity level

12.02.2021

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. Religious rites should be organised in a way to avoid gatherings; or refrain form performance of religious rites.

12.02.2021

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. Religious rites should be organised in a way to avoid gatherings; or refrain form performance of religious rites.

12.02.2021

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020).

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020).

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: iEducation: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020).

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. Religious rites should be organised in a way to avoid gatherings; or refrain form performance of religious rites.

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns.

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020).

03.12.2020

Municipalities can decide to close schools when there is a risk of COVID-19 spreading in the municipality. According to the Ministry of Education educational institutions shall switch to distance education at the written submission of the National Public Health Center (NVSC) and by decision of the director of the municipal administration.

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. 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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. 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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. 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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020).

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: Education: remote classes in secondary schools (5-12 grade) and higher education; Non-formal education for children and adults is provided at a distance or suspended (until 08.11.2020). healthcare – ban to attend patients; except children under 14 years of age; terminally ill patients and women with new-borns. Social care institutions: ban for visits and recommended reduced working time. Religious rites should be organised in a way to avoid gatherings; or refrain form performance of religious rites.

25.09.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 16 June 2020 to TBD

Educational activities: Unrestricted, if the necessary conditions for public health safety, hygiene, provision of persons with necessary personal protective equipment are ensured: disinfection; hand hygiene (washing and/or disinfection); prohibition to work with symptoms or if isolation is prescribed. Continued remotely if the specified conditions cannot be met. Previously, The educational establishments shall be allowed: - to carry out pre-school, pre-primary and non-formal education; - to carry out primary education and provide educational assistance to pupils following pre-school, pre-primary and primary education programmes in school, if such a decision of the school principle is agreed with the school council and the institution implementing the owner's rights and responsibilities (state schools - budgetary institutions), municipal executive body or its authorised person (municipal schools - budgetary institutions), meeting of stakeholders (owner) (state, municipal schools - public institutions and non-state schools), as well as to hold consultations in school for graduates of a secondary school preparing for maturity examinations and to provide them with educational assistance; Before, The educational and childcare process as well as the educational activities in all educational establishments and day care centres shall be suspended, organising instead the remote educational process.