Kuoni Tumlare New : Lithuania

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Lithuania - Covid-19 regulations:


On 16 June, the quarantine ended. As of 1 August, protective face masks are mandatory on public transport and in enclosed shops and service provision spaces (except in public catering services) . Safety distance of 2 meters to be respected and a distance in queues of at least 1m.

Source: http://koronastop.lrv.lt/en/.
Last updated: 11th August 2020

National movement

No travel restrictions within the country


People travelling from the EU, European Economic Area, Switzerland and the UK, will no longer need to self-isolate on arrival in Lithuania if the Covid-19 rate of their origin country is less than 25 new cases per 100,000 people over the last two weeks. Valid list as of Aug, 10 is available here : koronastop.lrv.lt. As of July, 17 foreigners arriving from third countries outside the European Economic Area, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom, are required to stay in isolation for two weeks.


Operating. Only the passengers with a valid ticket and wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) are allowed into the terminal and this is valid at all times while in the terminal building (except cafes and restaurants).

Public Transport

Operating- masks are mandatory.


In operation – state regulations apply.

Guides / Assistants

In operation – state regulations apply.


In operation – state regulations apply.

Rail / Cable Cars

In operation – state regulations apply.


Open, state regulations apply. 2m distance (an area of at least 4m2 per person).


Opening hours are no longer limited. Safety distance of 2 meters among persons sitting at tables which can be reduced if partitions are installed.


Open, state regulations apply (distance, sanitizers etc.).


From 1 August 2020 to 15 August 2020, events will be arranged and held outdoors with a maximum of 1000 spectators and/or participants, and indoors with a maximum of 500 spectators and/or participants.