Important information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Created: 2020.02.28 / Updated: 2021.11.24 16:08

Due to the global spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, state of state of national emergency Lithuania is in effect from 1 July 2021. All related restrictions and most important information regarding COVID-19 in Lithuania can be found here:

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly recommends against all unnecessary travel to Lithuania and abroad. Information on travel restrictions abroad and travel recommendations:

COVID-19 Hotline in Lithuania     1808

National Public Health Center under the Ministry of Health hotline (Working hours: I–IV 8:00–17:00 hs, V 8:00–15:45 hs.) : +370 5 264 9676 or [email protected]

MFA hotline:  +37052362444    |    MFA WhatsApp: +37069983537     |      E-mail:     [email protected]

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Registration upon arrival

All persons, arriving to Lithuania by all means of transport, including by car, are obligated to register with the National Public Health Center not earlier than 48 hours before their arrival to Lithuania. If using air or sea transport, persons will be asked to show a proof of registration before the begining of their trip.

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Arriving from affected countries


Testing and self-isolation requirements will not apply in the case of:

  • Persons holding a document from a medical establishment confirming that they had COVID-19 (coronavirus infection) diagnosed on the basis of a positive result from SARS-CoV-2 PCR test or an antigen test and that maximum 180 days have passed of the positive testing until the return/entry to the Republic of Lithuania.
  • Persons holding a medical document, a country-specific vaccination certificate or an international vaccination certificate confirming the full vaccination with one of the COVID-19 vaccines (COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen, Comirnaty, COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna, and Vaxzevria) administered under the vaccination schedule approved by the competent authority of the country where the vaccination was carried out.
  • These exemptions will not apply in the case of travellers who over the last 14 days before the return to/arrival in the Republic of Lithuania visited countries included in the list of affected countries whence arrivals fall subject to the enhanced communicable disease control measures, i.e. they will be required to have a negative test result and to self-isolate.


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