Lithuania reopens to European travellers2022 02 09
Lithuania has confirmed it is finally ready to welcome back travellers.
As of now, tourists from the European Union and European Economic Area will only need to prove they are vaccinated against Covid-19.
Paperwork to prove a traveller has recovered from Covid-19 or has tested negative will also be accepted, a statement said.
Lithuanian officials said it will also no longer be required to present a National Certificate (or another Covid-19-related document) to access indoor public spaces including tourist accommodations, restaurants, museums, sport or cultural event venues.
Only individual security measures, such as wearing masks or respirators indoors and distance-keeping are applied.
The reopening decision followed the recent recommendation of the World Health Organisation to lift or ease travel restrictions because such measures may cause economic and social harm.
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