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Easing of entry restrictions to Lithuania
As of Tuesday, 15 February 2022, travel restrictions on arrivals to Lithuania from the countries of the European Economic Area has been eased – a negative test result for COVID-19 is not required even for the unvaccinated and non-recovered travellers.
The ban on all other third-country nationals and legal residents to enter Lithuania is in force, however, exemptions will continue to apply to persons vaccinated with vaccines recognized in Lithuania (the person must be vaccinated with a booster dose 270 days after the full vaccination), representatives of professions approved by the Government Resolution, and other persons specified in the Resolution. Travelers who do not meet the vaccination or recovery criteria will be required to get a PCR test prior to travel (those arriving in a private vehicle will be required to get a PCR test before the trip or to register for a chargeable PCR or antigen test within 24 hours of their arrival in Lithuania).
Third country arrivals who do not meet the vaccination and recovery criteria valid in Lithuania will be required to present to the carrier a negative result of a PCR test, taken within 72 hours before the trip, upon boarding a plane, bus, ferry, or other vehicle. Those traveling in a private vehicle may bring along a negative PCR test result or else will need to take a PCR or an antigen test upon arrival in Lithuania; they will have to register for a chargeable test at a health care facility or a laboratory of their choice within 24 hours of their arrival.