May 15: Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia has allowed its citizens free movement within these countries. About it reports a press-service of the Estonian government.
Now the citizens of these countries can travel freely between the Baltic States without the obligation to spend 14 days in quarantine and to pass tests for COVID-19. However, this relief does not apply to the people in the homeland have to be in quarantine, which within two weeks was in other countries and who have symptoms caused by a coronavirus.
The decision to open the borders was taken in early may. The borders of the Baltic States were closed because of the pandemic coronavirus: in Lithuania since March 16, and in Estonia and Latvia, from 17 March.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, on may 15 in Lithuania 1511 confirmed cases (54 dead), in Estonia – 1758 (62 died), and in Latvia – 962 (19 died). Everything in the world since the epidemic began COVID-19 was confirmed at 4.4 million people, of which 302 thousand died.