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Foreigners from Sweden, Luxembourg, Portugal to be banned from entering Lithuania

BC, Vilnius, 03.07.2020.Print version
Foreigners from Sweden, Luxembourg and Portugal will be banned from coming to Lithuania next week, based on the list approved by Lithuanian Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga on July 3rd, reports LETA/BNS.

And Lithuanians will have to self-isolate upon arrival from these countries.


Citizens of Luxembourg will once again not be allowed to come to Lithuania after the epidemiological situation in this country deteriorated.


Foreigners coming from Romania, Bulgaria, the UK and the Czech Republic will be recommended to self-isolate.


No isolation will be required for people arriving from Croatia, France, Poland, Iceland, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Italy, Norway, Ireland, Slovakia, Greece, Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia and Lichtenstein.


Lithuanian citizens will be allowed to come from any countries but will need to self-isolate for two weeks upon arrival from countries with more than 25 coronavirus cases per population of 100,000 over the past two weeks.


The updated list will come into force on July 6.






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