VILNIUS - The government on Monday lifted the ban for foreign travelers from coronavirus-affected EU member states to enter Lithuania, but made it mandatory for them to present proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival.
"The lists of less and more affected states practically lose their meaning now. The situation is changing everywhere and there are no countries with up to three cases (per 100,000 people). So, we want to make everyone subject to the same entry conditions," Interior Minister Rita Tamasuniene told the Cabinet.
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