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Policy responses for Lithuania

1.2 Physical distancing

From 15th of April, the first phase of quarantine exit measures has started. In the first instance, allowing non-food stores with separate direct access from the outside and capable of regulating the flow of customers to open. MOH reminds people to avoid outlets, and senior residents to remain avoid leaving home unless absolutely necessary, or when food or medicine cannot be provided by relatives or volunteers. (29, 30) Holding events in open spaces, where spectators remain inside their cars with windows closed are also now allowed. Participation in such events is still not recommended for people at risk. (31)

Starting 17th April, registration for exams for motorcycling license is allowed. From April 20 the registration will be open for exams for driving categories of goods vehicles - C, CE. Exams can start to take place from 22nd (motorcycles) and 23rd (good vehicles) April. For the time being, the exams will be held in 6 major Lithuanian cities: Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Panevėžys and Alytus.(32)  On 30th April it was announced that it is permitted to organize practical training in the driving of seafarers and vehicles of categories A1, A2 and A. From 4th of May, it is allowed to take examinations of vehicle theory and practice and to conduct practical training in aviation. (33) In addition, from 11 May theoretical and practical driving instruction in all types of vehicles, ensuring adequate hygiene conditions, are allowed.

From 22nd April, seedlings, seeds and fertilizers can be sold in outdoor markets.(34)

From 23rd April, shops will no longer be required to have an entrance from the outside, so retailers located in supermarkets can now reopened. (36)

The second phase of quarantine exit starts from the week of 27th April.(37,38) From that day, hairdressers and nail salons (39), outdoor cafes (40), libraries, museums will be able to provide their services, subject to restricted client flow requirements. (41) Training for some sports is allowed in indoor and open sports spaces for all athletes, provided that a distance of at least 10 meters between the athletes is maintained and at least 10 square meters per athlete. (42) Requirements have been adopted for the organization of activities on golf and outdoor tennis courts, outdoor shooting ranges, karting rinks and water parks. (43) Residents are also allowed to visit educational trails, parks, open-air zoos and botanical gardens, provided that a distance of at least 2 m between persons and / or groups of persons is ensured. Some kindergartens reopened partially for children of parents who cannot work remotely.

On 29th of April a decision was issued on international flights (44): international flight operators and carriers have been are advised to leave a spare seat between passengers in the cabin and to ensure that passengers over the age of 6 wear face masks or face shields throughout the flight. Ground handling services at international airports are required to take the temperature of each passenger at the entrance to the airport and to assess for the onset of acute symptoms of upper respiratory illness (fever, runny nose, cough, difficulty breathing). If a passenger develops symptoms of acute upper respiratory illness, they must be prevented from flying. Passengers in mandatory isolation and signs of acute upper respiratory disease will not be able to fly.(45)

From 30th April, it is allowed to visit places of „leisure activities“. Activities can take place only in places that meet the established physical distancing requirements, such as limited flow of visitors, 10 m distance between groups of persons, obligatory face coverings and maximum of 2 people (with the exception of families). At the entrance visitors must be provided with information on the need to observe personal hygiene. In addition, local administrations are obliged to provide information at the entrance to open spaces where leisure activities take place that attendance is not recommended for people at higher risk. Visitors in queues at checkouts must keep a distance of 2 meters from each other and non-cash payments and online ticket sales are encouraged. (46) To ensure the safe operation of the archives during quarantine, the time of visitors in the archive reading rooms will be limited to one hour. (47)

From 11th May libraries can allow visitors to use reading rooms, computers and the Internet.(48) Children from multiple families can play on the same playgrounds (previously only one family at a time could use a playground).(49) Also, Lithuanian Railways resume local train journeys.(50) Hospitality services in resort towns can start to operate with restrictions.

From 12th May, civil registry offices start to gradually return to normal service provision. When registering a marriage, more than five people can attend the ceremony, but only if distancing and other safety measures can be ensured. (51) Also, existing restrictions on the handling of human bodies and the organization of funerals have been relaxed. There is no longer a restriction on participation of only the closest family members and limit the number of participants to 10 for funerals - the number of participants is now not limited, but general prevention measures (distance of 2m and hygiene measures) must be observed. (52) Also as of 12th May, MoH still recommends that, where possible, all personal celebrations (e.g. christenings, weddings, anniversaries) to be postponed. If this is not possible, the organizers and guests must follow distancing and hygiene requirements, and limit the number of participants. (53, 54)

From 13th May, Lufthansa will resume regular flights to Vilnius from Frankfurt am Main (Germany). No other routes are currently authorized.(55)

From 15th of May,  it is be possible visit beaches in groups of up to five people, with the face covering while there no longer is a requirement. (67)

From 18th May municipality services can resume with face to face provisions, subject to distancing and hygiene requirements. Municipalities themselves need to decide on the details of service provision and need for PPE. It is recommended that the private sector follow the same guidelines as those working in the public sector.

Also from 18th May more beauty service providers (e.g. solariums, tattoo salons) can resume work (hairdressers and nail salons have already been opened). However, health clinics providing beauty services should remain closed. Individual training in gyms is also now allowed. Group sports training can be done under professional instructor guidance for up to 10 people, maintaining at least 10 square meters per person and a distance of at least 10 meters between groups of people.

With the easing of quarantine conditions, from 18th of May other open-air activities can be attended (educational trails, parks, zoos, botanical gardens, observation towers) by groups of up to 5 people, excluding families, and subject to 5 sq.m. per group with a distance of at least 2 m between groups:. Also, visitors can come to the mentioned objects in groups of no more than 5 people, except for families. (56-58) Guidelines on how to safely conduct filming were announced also on the 18th May. The main recommendations are that only healthy people can participate in the filming, it is suggested to limit physical contact as much as possible, maintain distances and use personal protective equipment.(70)

From 18th May, cafes, restaurants, bars and other indoor entertainment venues can start re-opening for groups of up to five people (excluding families) per table. They can operate from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., and will be required to take established measures to ensure the safety of both visitors and staff. (61) It is stipulated that the distance between tables must be at least 2 meters with no partitions, or 1m if there are partitions of at least 90 centimetres wide and 140 centimetres high. From 18th May, administrations of gambling houses and casinos are obliged to limit the working hours of gambling places from 8 am to 10 pm, ensure distancing indoors requirement and wearing of face coverings.(64)

From 18th May, a maximum of 30 people will be able to take part in the events taking place in the open spaces, and the organizers will have to ensure that each participant has at least 10 sq. m area and a distance of at least 2 m between them. Event organizers will continue to be required to take care of the hygiene of the participants by hanging or placing a hand sanitizer at the entrance or in clearly visible places. People with acute signs of upper respiratory illness should not be admitted to events. Attendance at events is not recommended for people at risk. Event organizers should also check staff for COVID-19 symptoms and provide them with face protection and ensure hand hygiene. As far as possible, the organizers must organize the work in such a way that as many employees as possible are at a safe distance from each other and the participants of the event (more than 2 meters, less than 15 minutes) or do not come into contact with each other at all. (62)

From 18th May religious services can resume, subject to restrictions on the number of people, hygiene requirements, and wearing of face coverings. (72)

From 18th of May, non-formal educational activities for children, or, more generally, educational activities, can resume starting with groups of no more than 15 people, and ensuring that those symptomatic do not attend. (63)(71)

From 18th May, MOH together with the Ministry of Social Security and Labor, has developed requirements for temporary residence, group living, community care homes, families and other outpatient social services providing accommodation. Also, developed requirements for the organization of activities of children, day care and employment of people with disabilities, social service centers and other non-residential social care institutions without accommodation. They outline how to organize activities to prevent the possible spread of coronavirus infection (COVID-19). (65, 66)

On 20th of May, the government approved a plan to increase the number of attendees for cultural events. The Ministries of Health and Culture have been instructed to take the provisions of this plan into account when submitting proposals to the Government to relax the requirements of the quarantine regime. According to the plan, the number of attendees can be increased gradually on 1st June (to up to 100 people indoors and up to 300 outdoors), and on 16th June (up to 150 indoors and up to 500 outdoors). From 1st  July, up to 200 spectators could participate indoors and up to 700 outdoors; from 16th July – up to 250 people indoors and up to 900 outdoors. For events taking place from 1 August, the number of participants  would be limited to 300 indoors; from 16 August – up to 350 indoors; the number of attendees of outdoors events should not exceed 900 until the end of the summer. At the same time, from 1st June 1, occupancy of enclosed spaces should not exceed 30%, and from 1 July - not more than 50%. Distance of at least 1 meter between people must be maintained in enclosed and open spaces. The plan will be reviewed at least every two weeks.(73)

From 22nd of May libraries are allowed to provide books and periodicals. Disposable or personal visitor headphones should be used for audio guides, and frequently touched devices and equipment such as 3D glasses, tablets, computers, audio guides, etc. should be cleaned and disinfected after each visitor's use. The use of non-disinfectable equipment and tools is prohibited. (74)

For the duration of the quarantine, information on safe distances, contacts, personal hygiene requirements, use of PPE, etc. must be provided at the entrance to the beaches and in other areas of public use (i.e., changing rooms, cabins, toilets). It is recommended to encourage visitors to pay for non-cash goods and / or services on the beach. In the toilets, changing rooms and cabins, adequate hand hygiene and / or disinfection must be provided. Beach workers must be instructed to avoid direct contact with other people, except in case of rescue, to maintain a safe distance (at least 2 meters) and adhere to personal hygiene recommendations. Employers must ensure that only staff without symptoms of an infectious diseases work on the beach and that their health is monitored regularly. (75)

Pupils will be gradually allowed to return to schools from 25th May, staring from primary school, grades 1-4, and with remaining grades returning a week later (from 30th of May). The final decision on whether schools will work remotely or on a regular basis will be made by municipal and school leaders. From 25th of May schools will also be able to provide face-to-face tutoring for those sitting final exams, allow for vocational training and higher education, which cannot be organized remotely. From 25th of May, special schools and special classes of all general education schools will be able to open their doors. Non-formal adult education activities, where distance learning is not possible, will be available in the usual way from 30 May.(59) 

On 27th of May it was stated that face masks, respirators or other protective equipment must be worn indoors, and in open spaces only in marketplaces and other public places of trade, events, excursions, public transport boarding areas, public transport and other gathering places. Protective equipment should not be worn when eating and drinking in public catering establishments, exercising, visiting a swimming pool or sauna. (76)

From 28th  of May airline Wizzair will resume flights from Vilnius to Dortmund, and both from Vilnius and Kaunas to Einhoven. AirBaltic will launch flights from Vilnius to Berlin and Amsterdam. (77)

From 30th of May professional sports competitions will be possible. Also from 30th of May in both open and closed spaces it will be possible to organize events with the participation of no more than 30 people, ensuring at least 5 sq. m. area per person and a distance of at least 2 meters between persons. (60)

From 1st of June Citizens of European Economic Area, Switzerland, Great Britain and Ireland and people legally residing there can enter Lithuania if the incidence of coronavirus infection (COVID-19) during the last 14 calendar days does not exceed 25 new cases per 100 thousand population. A list of countries with incidence rates has been established and will be published every Monday by the Head of State-level Emergency Operations. Returnees from these countries where incidence rate is between 15 and 25 cases per 100,000 population have to remain in isolation for 14 days from arrival. People arriving from countries with lower rates are not required to isolate. Isolation will also not apply if the country of legal residence is included in the list of countries from which isolation does not required. The latter list will be drawn up in accordance with the criteria agreed by the Baltic States and will also be published on Mondays. (76) As of 12th June, citizens of Sweden, Portugal and UK are not able to enter Lithuania, while those coming from Belgium have to undergo 14 day isolation. People coming from other EU/EEA countries are not required to self-isolate.(79)   On 22nd June the Ministry of Health has published the list of countries, the arrivals from which will not fall subject to any restrictions, i.e. they will not be required to self-isolate. It lists the same 28 countries as published on Wednesday. (84)

From 1st of June restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and other places of entertainment, casinos and slot machines, bingo halls will be open from 8 am to 11 pm. (76)

From 1st of June Ministry of Foreign Affairs has withdrawn the top warning "not to go abroad" for some European Union countries such as Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. There is also a warning not to go to Belgium, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Portugal. (78) The Foreign Office is calling for the abandonment of unnecessary travel to Ireland, Spain and Malta, where the incidence of COVID-19 remains above 15 cases per 100,000 population in the last 14 days.

On 1-15 of June cultural, entertainment, sports or other events will still be able to be organized and held only in open spaces, when you do not get out of the car during the event or when up to 300 spectators attend the event. A distance of at least 1 meter must be ensured between spectators, except for family members. Up to 100 participants can participate in events taking place in an enclosed space, with a distance of 2 meters between them (excluding family members) and space is filled to no more than 30 percent.

From 16th of June up to 500 participants in open spaces and up to 150 participants are be allowed in closed spaces for cultural, entertainment, sporting or other events. (76)

As of today, 17th of June, all catering establishments - cafes, restaurants and others - can work for more than 23 hours, and it is no longer mandatory for staff to wear face coverings, but it is recommended. Other requirements to prevent the spread of COVID-19 remain. This means that the business will have to limit flows, ensure distances and take other preventive measures. (80, 81)

The number of people who can take part in the events will gradually increase every two weeks. From June 17 to 30, events may be organized and held in open spaces with up to 700 spectators and/or participants, and in closed spaces, with up to 150 (excluding performers, athletes, high-performance sports and physical activity specialists, high-performance sports and physical activity instructors, judges, anti-doping officers, organizers, and support staff).
On July 1-16, up to 1,000 participants will be able to attend events held in open spaces, and up to 200 participants, in closed spaces.
From 18th of June public attending sports events will not be required distance if they are wearing face coverings. (82)

From 22nd of June day-care centres for the elderly can operate, and visitors can be admitted to care homes.(83)

At the end of February residents of Lithuania were recommend not to visit places of mass gathering (1) and keep safe distance (at least 2 meters and up to 15 minutes). Where this recommendation was hard to accomplish (i.e., public transport), hand hygiene practice together with more frequent disinfestation of vehicles was emphasized.

On 10th of March, the State Emergency Operations Centre recommended that all employers organize employees' work through telecommunications (2) measures in order to avoid close contact between people. On 13th March it was recommend to regulate human flows in the supermarkets (respecting physical distancing), as well as advice to use Internet for shopping to minimise contacts and avoid queues was issued.

In education, on 13-16th March there was a recommendation, and from 16th until 27th March a requirement for the compulsory suspensions of the process of education,(3) training and study in all educational institutions, i.e. universities, colleges and schools, as well as day and employment centers, kindergartens, and non-formal education institutions. Municipalities have to organize care for children where this is not possible at home (e.g. when working from home for carers in not possible).

Between 14th and 27th March, nightclubs, bars and other nightlife venues were mandated to only stay open if they limit the flow of people, ensuring that there is at least one meter of space between people. In addition, such institutions were required to close by 10 pm the latest during these two weeks.(4)

On 17th of March it was recommended to postpone all personal celebrations (christening, weddings, anniversaries, etc.) and, if this was not possible, to follow the hygiene recommendations responsibly.(5)  Use of catering establishments for celebrations was prohibited. On 19th of March, people in parks and other public spaces were obligated to walk in small groups of no more than five people, and playgrounds could only be used by one family at a time.(6) On 25th of March, obstetrics and gynecology specialists encouraged pregnant women and women preparing to give birth during quarantine to follow all the recommendations; ban on hospital visits and men's participation in childbirth was also issued.(7) On 26th of March, restrictions on cultural reserves, parks and other public areas require public to visit in groups of up to 2 people (excluding members of the same family), to maintain safe contact (greater than 2 meters and less than 15 minutes of contact), and follow hygiene requirements.

From 16th March 00:00 Lithuanian authorities announced the quarantine regime (i.e. national lock down) (12, 13) that initially was planned until 30 March, but was expended on 25th March until 13th April. Later, on 8th of April the government has decided to extend the quarantine for another two weeks, until April 27, which was then also prolonged until midnight of 11th of May. (14, 15)  On 6th of May quarantine regime extended until 31 May 00:00h. (16) On 27th of May the government decided to extend the quarantine regime until June 16 at 24:00, but to relax the quarantine conditions, taking into account the epidemiological situation in the country. (76) On 10th of June Government decided to lift the quarantine as of 16 June 24:00; however, the national state of emergency has been kept in force due to the threat of the spread of COVID-19. The Government has also retained (has not withdrawn) the declared third (full readiness) level of civil protection system.

During the quarantine regime, the right of persons to leave and enter Lithuania has been restricted. Cultural, leisure, entertainment, sports facilities beauty services and and many other face-to-face service have been prohibited. No events and gatherings can be held in open and enclosed spaces. Health services, sanatoriums, recreation centers, except for individual rehabilitation services related to treatment are not available. Activities of catering establishments, restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and other entertainment venues are banned, except where food can be taken away or otherwise delivered to residents. Further restrictions were added on 2nd of April (18), with all commercial passenger flights and ferries (except one route with Kiel) stopping from 4th April. On 2nd April further restrictions were added: crews working for Lithuanian companies engaged in international commercial freight transport must avoid close contact (maintain a distance of at least two meters) with persons with respiratory symptoms of the disease (cough, sneezing).(9) A national unified telephone helpline 1809 was established for people experiencing difficulties in quarantine (see also section 3.3). (20) See below the section on transition measures, as quarantine regime has been gradually easing down from 15th April.

Since 10th of April an obligation to wear medical masks in public places was issued.(35)

In order to manage the risk of the spread of COVID-19, employers were advised to continue to allow workers to work from home, where possible. In cases where teleworking is not possible, it is advisable to consider resuming work in stages, and it is recommended that those at risk do not work in physical workplaces, i.e. people over 60 years of age with chronic diseases. Workstations should be arranged at a distance of at least 2 meters between workstations or be separated by partitions. In order to ensure that as few employees as possible work in the same room, it is recommended to install workplaces in the meeting room, canteen, and other previously unused premises of the institution.(10)

To minimize movement and avoid gatherings during the Easter holidays, from April 10th. 8 p.m. until April 13. 8 p.m. people’s travel to cities and towns outside their municipality of residence has been restricted. (17). Over the weekend (18-19th of April), there were about 600 police crews patrolling the country to ensure the quarantine. (19)

Due to the outbreak of coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in Nemenčinė, Vilnius district, access to and from this town has been restricted since 16th April, initially for one week. In order to prevent further spread of the infection, enhanced measures have been planned - to monitor compliance with the quarantine regime, to inspect the nursing, care and other institutions in the city and its vicinity. (21-24). On 18th of April MOH reiterated that residents are prohibited from entering and leaving the town without permits. (25, 26). On 21st of April it was announced that not only adult residents of the town, but also people commuting there for work are to be tested for COVID-19.(27) Between April 18 and April 24th, over 2700 people living or working in Nemenčinė have been tested, and 44 cases of COVID-19 have been found. On 28th April, authorities state that the situation in Nemenčinė is under control.(28)

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39. MOH (24/04/2020) http://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/parengtos-rekomendacijos-kirpykloms-ir-nagu-prieziuros-salonams
40. MOH (24/04/2020) http://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/lauko-kavines-gales-dirbti-jei-uztikrins-lankytoju-sauguma
41. MOH (24/04/2020) http://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/nustatytos-salygos-apsilankymams-muziejuose-bibliotekose-ir-archyvuose
42. MOH (24/04/2020) http://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/sportininkai-vel-gales-treniruotis-sporto-bazese-taciau-yra-grieztu-apribojimu
43. MOH (24/04/2020) http://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/nustatyti-reikalavimai-laisvalaikio-uzsiemimams-atviroje-erdveje
44. MOH (29/04/2020) http://sam.lrv.lt/uploads/sam/documents/files/KORONA/D%C4%96L%20COVID-19%20LIGOS%20(KORONAVIRUSO%20INFEKCIJOS)%20VALDYMO%20PRIEMONI%C5%B2%20VYKDANT%20TARPTAUTINIUS%20SKRYD%C5%BDIUS%20(V-1029).pdf
45. MOH (30/04/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/oro-uostams-vezejams-ir-antzeminems-tarnyboms-rekomendacijos-del-skrydziu-organizavimo
46. MOH (30/04/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/nustatyti-reikalavimai-visiems-laisvalaikio-uzsiemimams-atviroje-erdveje
47. MOH (30/04/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/archyvu-skaityklose-bus-galima-lankytis-ne-ilgiau-nei-valanda
48. MOH (11/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/bibliotekose-leidziama-naudotis-kompiuteriu-ir-interneto-skaityklomis
49. MOH (08/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/vaiku-zaidimu-aikstelese-vel-gali-zaisti-ne-tik-vienos-seimos-vaikai
50. MOH (07/05/2020) http://sumin.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/pradedami-grazinti-vietiniai-traukiniu-reisai
51. MOH (06/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/karantinas-salyje
52. MOH (12/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/susvelninti-apribojimai-laidotuviu-apeigoms-bei-gedulingiems-pietums-karantino-metu
53. MOH (11/05/2020) https://sam.lrv.lt/uploads/sam/documents/files/KORONA/Rekomendacijos_asmeninems_sventems_2020_05_11%20red.pdf
54. MOH (12/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/parengtos-rekomendacijos-del-asmeniniu-svenciu-organizavimo
55. Ministry of Foreign Affairs (12/05/2020)  http://www.urm.lt/default/lt/naujienos/ketinantiems-keliauti-oro-transportu-butina-atsakingai-planuoti-savo-butinasias-keliones
56. MOH (14/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/svelneja-reikalavimai-atvirose-erdvese-isikurusiems-lankytoju-traukos-objektams
57. MOH (13/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/karantinui-tesiantis-jo-salygos-ir-toliau-svelneja
58. MOH (14/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/svelneja-reikalavimai-visiems-laisvalaikio-uzsiemimams-atviroje-erdveje
59. Ministries of Education, Science and Sports (14/05/2020) https://www.smm.lt/web/lt/pranesimai_spaudai/naujienos_1/ar-mokyklos-toliau-dirbs-nuotoliniu-ar-iprastu-budu-leista-apsispresti-mokyklu-vadovams
60. Ministries of Education, Science and Sports (14/05/2020) https://www.smm.lt/web/lt/pranesimai_spaudai/svelnejant-karantino-reikalavimams-sportininkai-gales-laisviau-treniruotis-bus-leidziamos-varzybos
61. MOH (14/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/viduje-veikiancios-kavines-restoranai-barai-tures-paisyti-nustatytu-saugumo-reikalavimu
62. MOH (14/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/viduje-veikiancios-kavines-restoranai-barai-tures-paisyti-nustatytu-saugumo-reikalavimu
63. MOH (15/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/nuo-pirmadienio-vaikai-vel-gali-grizti-i-burelius-edukacinius-uzsiemimus
64. MOH (15/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/nustatyta-kokiomis-salygomis-gales-veikti-kazino-ir-losimo-automatu-salonai
65. MOH (14/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/parengti-reikalavimai-laikino-gyvenimo-grupinio-gyvenimo-bendruomeniniu-vaiku-globos-namu-seimynu-veiklos-organizavimui
66. MOH (14/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/parengti-reikalavimai-dienos-ir-uzimtumo-centru-veiklos-organizavimui
67. MOH (15/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/svelninamos-apsilankymu-prie-vandens-telkiniu-salygos
68. MOH (15/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/i-socialines-globos-istaigas-vel-gali-patekti-nauji-gyventojai
69. MOH (18/05/2020) http://sam.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/bureliuose-edukaciniuose-uzsiemimuose-gales-dalyvauti-didesnes-vaiku-grupes
70. MOH (18/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/parengtos-rekomendacijos-kaip-saugiai-vykdyti-filmavimo-darbus
71. MOH (18/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/viduje-veikiancios-kavines-gales-neriboti-srautu-bet-bus-privalu-islaikyti-atstumus
72. MOH (18/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/parengtos-rekomendacijos-maldos-namams
73. MOH (20/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/leistina-kulturos-renginiu-dalyviu-skaiciu-numatoma-didinti-palaipsniui
74. MOH (22/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/keiciasi-salygos-apsilankymams-muziejuose-bibliotekose-ir-archyvuose
75. MOH (22/05/2020)MOH (26/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/atnaujintos-rekomendacijos-maldos-namams-meno-kolektyvams-apgyvendinimo-ir-maitinimo-istaigoms
76. MOH (27/05/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/karantino-salygos-darosi-svelnesnes
77. LRV.LT (27/05/2020)  https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/leista-atnaujinti-skrydzius-i-daugiau-vokietijos-oro-uostu-ir-i-nyderlandus
78. Ministry of Foreign Affairs (01/06/2020)  http://www.urm.lt/default/lt/naujienos/atsaukiama-rekomendacija-nevykti-i-kai-kurias-europos-ekonomines-erdves-valstybes
79. MOH (12/06/2020) http://sam.lrv.lt/uploads/sam/documents/files/D%C4%96L%20VALSTYBI%C5%B2%20S%C4%84RA%C5%A0O%20NUSTATYMO%20(V-1449).pdf 
80. MOH (17/06/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/kaviniu-restoranu-baru-darbo-laikas-jau-neribojamas
81. LR Government (10/06/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/karantinas-salyje 
82. MOH (18/06/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/devint-apsaugos-priemones-atstumas-tarp-ziurovu-varzybose-gali-buti-mazesnis
83. MOH (22/06/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/pokyciai-po-karantino-senjoru-dienos-centrai-jau-veikia-galimas-ir-lankymas-socialines-globos-istaigose
84. MOH (25/06/2020) https://koronastop.lrv.lt/en/news/no-restrictions-on-arrivals-of-foreigners-from-28-countries