From Monday August 3, travelers from France arriving on Lithuanian soil will be subject to a fortnight quarantine.
This Friday July 31, the France has been included on a list of the countries most affected by the pandemic of coronavirus. According to Le Figaro, it has reached the rate of 16 new positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
The chief epidemiologist of the Baltic state of the European Union (EU), Loreta Asokliene, today announced that the Lithuania will impose from Monday a quarantine two weeks for travelers arriving from France. This decision was made due to a surge in cases of Covid-19 in France, she added.
Regular flights connect Vilnius Airport with Paris and Nice. The flights are operated by the airlines Ryanair, airBaltic or Wizzair.
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