Lithuania has lifted domestic travel restrictions on April 7. However, other quarantine restrictions remain in place. What are they?
The main quarantine limitation remains on contacts between households. Up to five people from two different households can meet outdoors, while contacts between different households indoors are prohibited.
Exceptions apply to people living alone who may form social contact bubbles with another household, as well as in urgent cases, for example to provide medical assistance or care.
Up to two people may travel together on intercity and domestic public transport, or in groups of one household. People are only allowed to leave their home to go for a walk, for work, grocery shopping, as well as other urgent needs.
According to the Health Ministry, facemasks outdoors are not mandatory when exercising or as long as there are no other people within a 2-metre distance. Facemasks remain compulsory inside shops and indoor public spaces.
Restrictions on business remain in force, but are due to be reviewed by the government in the coming days.