Wearing face masks is only recommended. It is not mandatory to wear face masks at markets and other public retail places, events, excursions, public transport stops and all indoor public places.
It is allowed to organize outdoor events of under 700 people, indoor events of under 150 people.
Administrative misconduct can result in a fine of up to €560 for an individual and up to €3,000 for a legal entity.
You can follow the latest news about the situation on the LRT English website of the Lithuanian National Broadcaster.
All the information regarding the quarantine can be found on this website: karantinas.lt/en.
COVID-19 Hotline in Lithuania: 1808 (free of charge).
Passengers are recommended to wear masks and disinfectant will still be available on public transport.
Buses and trolleybuses have updated their schedules, so check www.stops.lt for the new timetables. Purchasing public transport tickets online or getting a public transport card are still highly recommended. Download the Trafi App (download on the App Store or on Google Play) and buy your tickets online. It’s easy, very simple and available in English.
Eating out is great, but if you still want to grab a bite at home, feel free to use one of the food delivery apps. The couriers can still leave your food at your door if you like. Most of them only have cashless payment systems.
It is advised to use self-checkout or to pay with a card (avoid using cash payments).
Even though the quarantine is over, please keep a safe distance. Courier shipments are delivered to your door only. Couriers will not serve customers inside their homes.
With employee safety in mind, Lithuania Post is asking all residents to:
Migration Department services are back to normal.
Migration Department employees will continuously maintain the hygiene and proper ventilation of their premises and regularly disinfect surfaces. Both clients and employees will have access to on-site disinfectants.
Long distance drivers requiring a temporary permit to stay in Lithuania have to make personal inquiries. To ensure the smooth departure of foreigners after the quarantine, the Migration Department requests that persons whose period of legal residence in Lithuania expired (will expire) during the declared quarantine and who were unable (are not able) to depart from Lithuania in due time through no fault of their own, to inform the Migration Department about this by e-mail email@example.com.
Please attach a completed “Information to be submitted together with the notification that the foreigner was unable (is unable) to depart in due time due to the quarantine” TABLE to the e-mail. In the table’s comments section, please indicate what actions the foreigner has taken to return to their country of residence.
Please note that foreigners staying in Lithuania and wishing to return to their country of residence may do so by means coordinated with the competent authorities of their country. They should contact the competent authorities of their country regarding this (first of all – embassies or consular posts of those countries in the Republic of Lithuania).
Also, we strongly advise that you obtain health insurance covering your entire period of stay in Lithuania.
Those with flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, heavy breathing etc. are urged not to go to the migration office. Please note that, for the sake of safety, Migration Department staff members who notice people exhibiting flu-like symptoms may refuse to serve them and suggest that the visit be postponed.
Currently, all residents can receive all services by logging into their personal Sodra account at www.sodra.lt/home:
Currently, all Lithuanian citizens and foreigners are able to use online services www.sodra.lt/en or call 1883. If you need to visit Sodra, please register in advance www.sodra.lt/registracija or call 1883.