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2022 02 15
No more restrictions on arrivals from the EU

As of Tuesday, 15 February, travel restrictions on arrivals to Lithuania from the countries of the European Economic Area will be eased – a negative test result for COVID-19 will not be required even for the unvaccinated and non-recovered travellers. Third-country nationals and legal residents of third countries that have joined the EU Digital COVID Certificate system will be able to ...

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2022 02 14
Self-isolation no longer required for travellers

From Monday, 14 February, travellers from third countries will no longer be required to self-isolate. With all the world in the orange (yellow) category, travellers from any country will have to complete a passenger form and present a document confirming one of the following three facts: vaccination against COVID-19, recovery from this disease, or a negative result of a pre-travel ...

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2022 02 05
Updated requirements for travellers: arrivals from EU countries are no longer required to self-isolate but testing remains in place for those without a timely booster shot

From Saturday, 5 February, travellers who were fully vaccinated more than 270 days ago but have not taken a booster shot will be subject to self-isolation and testing requirements (from outside the European Economic Area).

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2022 01 31
List of affected countries continues unchanged: from now on, all incoming travellers will have to pay for their own tests

From Monday, 31 January, there will be no changes in the list of affected countries, i.e., all the countries continue as either red or grey. Until now, travellers who were not vaccinated and who had no record of past infection arriving in Lithuania by other than a carrier transport, or in ...

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2022 01 25
List of affected countries continues unchanged

This week, 24-30 January, the list of affected countries continues without changes from the previous week. This means that all the countries are either in the red or grey categories, and all incoming travellers who have not been vaccinated and who have no record of past infection (or the confirmation of their previous infection is older than 180 days) will be required to take a ...

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2022 01 18
Self-isolation requirement reduce to seven days for incoming travellers

This week, 17-23 January, the list of affected countries continues without changes from the previous week. This means that all the countries remain in the red and grey categories, and all incoming travellers who have not been vaccinated and who have no record of past infection (or the confirmation of their previous infection is older than 180 days) will be ...

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2021 12 20
Updated testing requirements for travellers from abroad

From Monday, 20 December, the red list will also include the islands of Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, and the French Guiana. Romania will move from red to orange (yellow).

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2021 11 29
Self-isolation and two extra tests will be required from arrivals from South Africa region

As a result of a new potentially dangerous coronavirus variant circulating in South Africa, arrivals from seven countries in the region will, from Saturday, 27 November, fall subject to enhanced communicable disease control measures, regardless of their vaccination or recovery from the COVID-19 disease.

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2021 10 12
Cyprus, Crete, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and France are no longer in the red list

From Monday, 11 October, Hungary finds itself in the red category, while Cyprus, Crete, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and France (except Martinique and Guyana) are no longer there. Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Liechtenstein have made it to the green list.

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2021 03 29
Updated list of affected countries; a new requirement for carriers

Following the Friday update, the Principality of Andorra, Aruba, the Republic of Bulgaria, Kosovo, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic of North Macedonia and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay have been added to the list of countries whence arrivals fall subject to tighter self-isolation requirements; the Republic of ...

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2021 02 17
Passengers are checked at the Lithuanian-Polish border

The National Public Health Center informs that enhanced controls are in place at land entry points at the border with Poland from 17 February.

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2021 02 15
All countries of the world continue listed as affected. Self-isolation time for travellers is shorter

Following the Friday update of the list of affected countries, the list still contains all the countries of the world, but it now has fewer countries that have been subject to more stringent self-isolation requirements. All the travellers will now be required to self-isolate for 10 days instead of previously required ...

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