Quarantine in the entire territory of Lithuania until 30 April 2021, 24:00.
Entry from a country outside the EEA and Switzerland is banned. EU/EEA nationals and residents, as well as residents of Australia, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand and Uruguay, are exempt and permitted entry.
Passengers must quarantine for 10 days on arrival in Lithuania and may take a Covid-19 test at their own expense on the 7th day of quarantine to reduce the quarantine period provided a negative result is received. Quarantine and test requirement does not apply for persons holding a vaccination certificate stating that a person has been fully vaccinated with COVID-19 vaccine registered in the European Union Register of Medicinal Products under the vaccination scheme.
Passengers travelling to Lithuania are required to submit their personal details to the National Public Health Center by filling in the form https://keleiviams.nvsc.lt/en/form at least 24 hours prior to departure and submit their confirmation QR code before boarding.
Face masks are not required in open spaces, where there are no other people except family members within the radius of 2 meters. Face masks are not required in some cases (like sports training, persons with disability who cannot wear a mask and others). Face masks are mandatory in common areas of accommodation facilities, also during the allowed contact services. Face masks are required indoors.
As of 15 February 2021, it will be allowed to reopen non-food stores, kiosks and pavilions (except kiosks and pavilions in marketplaces), which have the retail area of maximum 300 m2 and a direct access from the outside or a separate entrance used solely by the customers of that store. The retailers must provide the total of 20 m2 retail space per visitor or serve only one visitor at a time and ensure other conditions laid down by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations.
Information updated: April 06, 2021.