Lithuania lifts 14-day quarantine on arrival for Georgian citizens, residents

  • The Lithuanian embassy in Tbilisi announced the easing off of quarantine requirement on social media. Photo via Embassy of Lithuania in Georgia., 28 Jul 2020 - 16:11, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian citizens and residents of the country will no longer be asked to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine on arrival in Lithuania.

Aurelijus Veryga, the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania who is also State Commander of National Emergency Operations, made the decision to remove the requirement effective July 25.

The decision could become subject of review if pandemic situation in Lithuania worsens, the Embassy of Lithuania to Georgia said in an announcement on social media.

The Lithuanian embassy also began processing applications for travel visas to the country starting July 27.