Since 3 June 2020, citizens of the European Union, the European Economic Area, and the Swiss Confederation, as well as people with permanent residence status in those countries, when travelling from their home countries to Latvia no longer face a 14-day self-isolation period, so long as in the European countries from which they travelled have a 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases which does not exceed 15 individuals per 100,000 (or if they have been in Lithuania or Estonia during the 14 days immediately prior to entering Latvia).
- Citizens and permanent residents of Latvia who have visited only Lithuania, or Estonia during the last 14 days before coming to Latvia do not need to self-isolate; and
- Foreign nationals who have visited only Lithuania or Estonia during the last 14 days also do not need to self-isolate when they travel to Latvia.
All travellers, including citizens and permanent residents of Latvia, who have arrived from foreign countries in which the 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases exceeds 15 individuals per 100,000, including in the context of repatriation to Latvia, must go into a 14-day period of self-isolation.
STATISTICS ON COVID-19 CASES IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Epidemiological data, listing all these European countries and their statistics on the incidence of COVID-19 cases will be updated each week on Friday on the website of SPKC, Latvia’s Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
More information is available on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia website
And more information is available on the Cabinet of Ministers website at:
On the Declaration of Emergency Situation
Strategy of the government for the next stage of Covid-19 restrictions: strict domestic health measures and gradual easing of restrictions
The Cabinet of Ministers has adopted changes in the regulations on the procedure for movement of persons between the Baltic States