10-Day self-isolation is mandatory:
- Going outside for a walk within the radius of maximum 1 km from the place of self-isolation while wearing protective equipment covering nose and mouth. No visits to points of gatherings.
- When staying with other people, it is required to self-isolate in a separate room, while those staying together do not have to self-isolate.
- It is mandatory to follow other self-isolation requirements.
There is a possibility of shortening the self-isolation time by taking a COVID-19 test (PCR), at personal expense, on the 7th day of self-isolation at the earliest, with a negative response thereof.
The place of self-isolation can be left with NPHC’s permission to go to another place of self-isolation if it has to be changed for justified reasons.
It will be allowed to leave the place of self-isolation at the notification of the NPHC in the following cases:
-To resit a maturity examination. It will be required to adhere to certain conditions;
-It will be allowed to leave Lithuania and the place of self-isolation before the lapse of the required period of self-isolation with prior notification of the NPHC for those living or working abroad and those who need to leave for health reasons.
See full list of self-isolation requirements here.
Mandatory for those over 6 years of age in indoor public spaces (e.g. stores, public transport, events, etc.), except when exercising or providing a service that can only be provided for unmasked customer and when wearing a face mask is not possible due to health condition or when wearing it may adversely affect health condition (it is recommended to wear a face shield).
PLEASE NOTE: it is obligatory to follow at all times the requirements laid down by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations for the management of the flow of people, safe physical distance, other key requirements for public health safety, hygiene, and the provision of persons with necessary personal protective equipment.
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