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The Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries that are most affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus infection); arrivals from these countries will be required to self-isolate.
Self-isolation required for arrivals from 50 worst-hit countries
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The Central African Republic, Djibouti, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Cayman Islands, San Marino, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have been removed from the list of most affected countries, but nine new countries have been added: Albania, Antigua and Barbuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Equatorial Guinea, Guam, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo and El Salvador. This list becomes effective as of 29 June.

Countries with the coronavirus incidence rate exceeding 25 cases per 100 000 population in the last 14 days are regarded as virus-affected.

Travellers returning or arriving from the countries on the list of the affected countries must register within 24 hours by submitting their details to the National Public Health Centre. These arrivals will fall subject to 14 days’ isolation, even in that case where the affected country was passed through in transit.

The same applies in the case of Lithuanians returning from these countries and foreigners with entry permit.

The list of most affected countries is subject to weekly updates depending on the epidemiological situation.

LIST OF COUNTRIES AFFECTED BY COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS INFECTION)

1. Republic of Albania

2. Antigua and Barbuda

3. Argentine Republic

4. Republic of Armenia

5. Republic of Azerbaijan

6. Kingdom of Bahrain

7. Republic of Belarus

8. People’s Republic of Bangladesh

9. Plurinational State of Bolivia

10. Bosnia and Herzegovina

11. Federative Republic of Brazil

12. Republic of Chile

13. Dominican Republic

14. Republic of Ecuador

15. Equatorial Guinea

16. Gabonese Republic

17. Guam

18. Republic of Guatemala

19. Republic of Honduras

20. Republic of Iraq

21. Islamic Republic of Iran

22. Israel

23. United States of America

24. United Arab Emirates

25. Qatar

26. Republic of Kazakhstan

27. Kyrgyz Republic

28. Republic of Colombia

29. Republic of Kosovo

30. Kuwait

31. Republic of Maldives

32. Islamic Republic of Mauritania

33. United Mexican States

34. Republic of Moldova

35. Sultanate of Oman

36. Islamic Republic of Pakistan

37. Panama

38. Republic of Peru

39. Republic of South Africa

40. Portuguese Republic

41. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

42. Russian Federation

43. Republic of El Salvador

44. Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe

45. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

46. Republic of Singapore

47. Republic of Suriname

48. Republic of North Macedonia

49. Kingdom of Sweden

50. Republic of Cabo Verde

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