VILNIUS - A senior epidemiologist on Wednesday warned Lithuanians against travelling to Poland, saying they will most probably have to self-isolate for 14 days on their return from the neighboring country as of next week.
"Let's postpone these trips if we can," Rolanda Lingiene, the director of the National Public Health Center's Vilnius Department, told reporters, noting that it would take "a miracle" to prevent the quarantine requirement for returnees from Poland to be imposed as of Monday.
"Not only from P...
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