According to Ministry of Health of Lithuania, from June 1, Lithuania is open to citizens of most European countries, and not all of them will be subject to mandatory 14-day self-isolation. Every Monday, the Ministry will publish lists of states from which entry is allowed and whose citizens do not need to isolate themselves upon arrival.
Currently the list includes Germany, Poland, France, Italy, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland.
If the number of cases of coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in a foreign country during the last 14 days reaches from 15 to 25 per 100 thousand of country population, the citizens of such a country will be allowed to come to Lithuania, but they will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
It should be noted that the lists published on Mondays will not be permanent – they may change depending on the situation. This means that foreigners from such countries will not be admitted to Lithuania, and the residents of our country will have to stay in isolation for 14 days when they return. So travelers should keep track of this information.
It is also important to mention that if a country is included in the list of Lithuania, it does not mean that Lithuanians will also be able to be admitted to it – there is no common agreement between all the countries of the European Economic Area. However, the same conditions apply in all three Baltic countries – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
This new rule applies to foreigners from the countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Decisions on the entry of aliens from third countries have not yet been taken.
Source of information: Ministry of Health