'Opportunity pass' will be provided to individuals after a COVID-19 test and a negative response; at least 72 hours (from the time of sampling) after the SARS-CoV-2 PCR test or at least 24 hours (from the time of sampling) after an antigen test; Individuals will need to present an opportunity passport before attending an event or catering establishment. The following more lenient quarantine measures may be applied to the above persons: Catering establishments; restaurants; cafes; casinos and bars; with the exception of nightclubs; will be able to serve people with passport facilities indoors. The Opportunity Passport will remove restrictions on the number of people attending personal celebrations. With this passport; premises for personal celebrations can also be rented by an unlimited number of participants of a personal celebration. Passport holders will have access to a variety of leisure activities; both in the open; such as pleasure boating; and indoors; such as billiard or bowling. With a passport; it will be possible to accommodate more than one member of the same family in the same room in hotels. In state and municipal institutions; establishments; state and municipal enterprises and the private sector; it will be possible to perform work functions in the workplace when they are performed by persons with immunity. Long-term and short-term contact visits in correctional facilities and remand centers are allowed. Events organized in open spaces are allowed for up to 2;000 spectators. Closed spaces can host events with up to 500 spectators. Spectators of these events should occupy no more than 75 percent. seating. Events are organized and carried out by the event organizers by ensuring the electronic distribution of tickets and / or registration of spectators and / or participants and by controlling the access of spectators and / or participants to the event venue. 13/09/2021: As of 13 September; all contact services and economic activities shall be carried out and events organised only for persons who meet the criteria set by the National Certificate ('COVID Passport').; From 28/12/2021 the Opportunity Passport will be issued to children aged 12 to 16 if the child meets the following criteria: a) The Vaccination Passport is valid for 7 months after vaccination according to the full vaccination program b) after one serological test at the expense of the state; the Opportunity Passport is valid for 60 days. Later; the validity of the Opportunity Passport will be extended by preventive testing at the school by the cumulative method or by testing PCR at a mobile point every 7 days. Both one serological test and periodic tests on children will be paid for by the state c) If the child becomes ill; the Opportunity Passport is valid for 7 months.;01/12/2021 From 1 December; a negative antigen test result will no longer be available in order to benefit from services that are provided only to persons who meet the established criteria (under which the opportunity passport is issued). Opportunity Passports will only be available if they have a negative PCR test response; which is valid for 72 hours from the moment of sampling.;15/02/2022 A negative result of the COVID-19 test will not be requested from the countries of the European Economic Area; even if the person has not been vaccinated or has developed COVID-19 disease. Third-country nationals and legal residents of third countries that have joined the EU Digital COVID Certificate System will be able to enter Lithuania; but people who do not meet the criteria for vaccination or illness will be required to submit a negative test result.; 01/05/2022: All requirements revoked.