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All actual information about COVID-19 (prevention, statistics, symptoms and more) you can find on WHO website and in Google feed.

2019 divided the history of most countries into «before» and «after». We are talking about a pandemic that has swept the whole world. The SARS-CoV-2 virus was first identified among residents of Hubei province (China). In just a few months, a disease called Covid-19 has spread to the inhabitants of the entire planet. Lithuania and Italy were not an exception.

Why is covid so dangerous? Regardless of the level of development of a particular state, medical care and other factors, millions of people have become victims of the coronavirus. According to the latest data, this figure is 177 039 062 people, among the total — 3 832 951 deaths. The main symptoms of the disease are: shortness of breath, high fever, dry cough, loss of taste and smell. The world’s leading countries have developed or are working on the production of their own vaccines that protect against COVID-19. Naturally, vaccination is not a 100% guarantee of protection against coronavirus, however, when infected, the disease is transferred much easier.

According to current data (statistics for Saturday, 5 June 2021), the number of cases in Italy is 4 230 153 people, total deaths are 126 472, and 195 369 are sick right now. Such statistics forced the government of the state of Italy to impose certain restrictions on flights and border crossing.

Is it allowed to enter Italy from Lithuania?

Current statistics on the restrictions on entry to Italy:

  • Open to citizens: Yes
  • Open to s: Yes
  • Open to foreigners and tourists: Partially
  • Quarantine (lockdown) in Italy: Partial

During the most «acute» periods of the pandemic, the following restrictions are applied in Italy:

  1. Foreigners can enter the territory of Italy only if absolutely necessary: study in Italy, employment, residence permit. For more information about the conditions of entry, read the official sources of the government: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy/staying-during-coronavirus
  2. Availability of the test: Negative PCR test is required for some countries.

All countries are divided into 3 main categories by the Ministry of Health:

  • «Green» (low rate of spread of coronavirus)
  • «Orange» (average rate of spread of coronavirus)
  • «Red» (high rate of spread of coronavirus)

In this regard, the government acts in accordance with the recommendations of the World Health Association. The distribution of states into separate categories is updated regularly. At the moment, Lithuania ranks among the states of the «Green» category.

The main reasons for the introduction of new restrictions are coronavirus mutations, an increase in the number of cases, and insufficient vaccination rates.

Rules for entering Italy from Lithuania in 2021

At the moment, Italy is partially opened to foreigners, including s. Quarantine measures are applied to tourism and trade.

Before travelling to Italy, s must pass the PCR test no earlier than 72 hours in advance and submit a written document of an international standard (in English). Also, at the time of arrival, there should be no signs of SARS (fever, chills, runny nose, cough, etc.).

Is it necessary to comply with quarantine and take a PCR test when entering Italy?

Negative PCR test is required for some countries.

Self-isolation for 10 days required for some countries.

For which countries are the borders with Italy open?

Today (Saturday, 5 June 2021) the borders of Italy are fully open for 31/ 32 countries, partially open for 20/ 32 countries. See how we collect data and find out why not all countries are included in the statistics.

List of countries for which the borders with Estonia are partially or completely open:

In Italy, bars and restaurants work with restrictions, only essential shops are opened. Public events (exhibitions, concerts, museums, etc.) are allowed but with restrictions.

Foreigners can cross the border if all the conditions for entering the country are strictly kept to:

For travellers coming from third countries outside the EU+ area, travel is allowed only for specific reasons and not for tourism.Travellers from Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, United Kingdom and Unites States of America are allowed to enter for any reason (including tourism).Third-country travellers can also enter Italy if they have a proven relationship with Italian/EU/Schengen citizens, or with people who are legally resident in Italy, and if they are travelling to their partners' home/domicile/dwelling.Specific requirements for BrazilEntry and transit in the national territory are forbidden for travellers who have visited or transited through Brazil in the 14 days prior to their day of entry. Some exceptions are in place according to the Order of 13 February 2021. People who are allowed to enter Italy to reach their domicile, home, or residence of their minor children, have to follow a specific protocol described on salute.gov.it.Specific requirements for India, Bangladesh and Sri LankaEntry to Italy from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka is banned except for persons either resident in Italy since before 29 April 2021 or expressly authorised by the Ministry of Health.Persons entering Italy who visited or transited through India, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka between 15 and 28 April 2021, even if they do not show symptoms of Covid-19, need to inform the local health authority, take a swab test (molecular or antigenic), self-isolate for a period of 10 days and take another swab test.Is a coronavirus test required?Travellers from third-countries are required to take a Covid-19 test within 72 hours prior to entry.Is quarantine required?From 16 May, the quarantine requirement has been dropped for passengers from the EU, United Kingdom or Israel with a negative test, as well as travellers from the United States on a 'Covid-tested' flight.All other travellers allowed to enter Italy from third countries have to:-provide a self-declaration; -self-isolate for 10 days and undergo supervision by the competent local Health Authority. After the 10-day period, an additional PCR test is required.

At the moment, there are no other restrictions on entering the territory of Italy. At the same time, the government recommends waiting for travel to countries with extremely high rates of covid-19 spread (red zone).

For which countries are the borders with Lithuania open?

Today (Saturday, 5 June 2021) Lithuania’s borders are fully open to 21/ 32 countries, partially open — to 30/ 32 countries. See how we collect data and find out why not all countries are included in the statistics.

List of countries for which the borders with Lithuania are partially or completely open:

In Lithuania, bars and restaurants work only for takeout and delivery, only essential shops are opened. Public events (exhibitions, concerts, museums, etc.) are allowed but with restrictions.

Foreigners can cross the border if all the conditions for entering the country are strictly kept to:

At the moment, there are no other restrictions on entry into Lithuania. At the same time, the government recommends waiting for travel to countries with extremely high rates of covid-19 spread (red zone).

The cheapest flights to Italy from Lithuania

The resumption of full-fledged air communication is gradual. At the moment, direct flights to Italy are limited, so it is possible to get to Italy with transfers. We offer the best air fares from Lithuania to Italy. Today you have the opportunity to book tickets at an affordable price. A pandemic is not a barrier to business and travel.

We constantly monitor the situation with the spread of coronavirus and are always ready to provide you with up-to-date information.

Actual data of COVID-19 in Italy

Current coronavirus statistics in Italy:

  • Total cases of covid infection: 4 230 153
  • Sick right now: 195 369
  • Number of deaths: 126 472
  • Recent morbidity: declining

Situation with lockdown in Italy:

Enhanced measures are in place across Italy to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus:-A nightly curfew is in place in all regions from 10pm to 5am. You cannot leave your place of residence during this time apart from for emergency, work or health reasons. -You'll need to carry a self-declaration form explaining your reasons for travel during these hours -There is a strong recommendation from the Italian Government that people do not travel by public or private transport except for work, health reasons, or for reasons of necessity -Public transport is operating at 50% capacity and its use is discouraged except for essential purposes-Funerals are permitted to take place with limited attendance. Religious ceremonies are permitted. Receptions following civil and religious ceremonies are banned -Dance activity in nightclubs and open air venues has been suspended and parties are not permitted -Social distancing of one metre must be observed -The use of masks is mandatory in all public spaces, whether outdoors or indoors. You should pay close attention to signage when travelling and carry a mask with you at all timesAll regions have been designated «yellow», «orange» or «red» regions with a variety of restrictive measures in place. In «yellow» regions, from 26 April-Bars and restaurants with outdoor seating can reopen until 10pm. Indoor table service to resume from 1 June until 6pm -Hotel restaurant service permitted at any hour for guests only -Cinemas, theatres and concert venues can reopen, with limited capacity and pre-assigned seating -Museums and exhibits can reopen but must be pre-booked at least one day in advance -From 15 May, beach facilities and open air swimming pools can open -Fairs are permitted from 15 June and conferences from 1 July -Limited attendance to outdoor competitive group sports from 1 June -Spas and theme parks will reopen on 1 JulyIn «orange» and «red» regionsUnless you have a «green certificate» (see above), a self-declaration is required to move within an orange or a red region. Movement is only permitted for cases of absolute necessity, work or health.In «red» and «orange» regions, bars and eateries are closed and only shops selling essential items are open. Eateries can provide a takeaway service for delivery between 5am and 10pm.More information on regional classifications, or on regional COVID zones is available on the Ministry of Health website www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioFaqNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=230#11 (in English)

>Actual data of COVID-19 in Russia

Current statistics on coronavirus in Russia:

  • Total cases of covid infection: 276 256
  • Sick right now: 12 363
  • Number of deaths: 4302
  • Recent morbidity: declining

Situation with lockdown in Russia:

Shops are allowed to open under certain conditions (e.g. having a direct access to outside) and with reduced capacity. The retailer must provide 20 square meters of space per customer.Restaurants, bars and cafés are closed, except for take away or delivery. Catering can still be provided in certain circumstances such as for staff of enterprises, or in educational institutions, social care, and health care.A distance of 2 metres between people must be ensured (except for members of the same family). The safety distance may be less if there is a professional partition, or when personal protective equipment is worn. Distances in queues should be at least 1 metre.

Thus, the restrictions associated with the coronavirus dictate living conditions in 2021. Each state has developed its own border crossing rules and entry rules. It all depends on the general situation with the spread of COVID-19.

However, even in a pandemic, you can leave Lithuania for Italy with the necessary permits:

Negative PCR test is required for some countries.

Self-isolation for 10 days required for some countries.

When will Italy open its borders to Lithuania and  during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2021?