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Latvia Travel: COVID-19 and travelling to Latvia

In order to curb the spread of Covid-19, the state of emergency is declared in Latvia for a time period from November 9 until February 7!

 

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 traveling from their home countries to Latvia no longer face 10 days self-isolation period, if the 14-day cumulative number of COVID-19 cases per 100 000 inhabitants does not exceed the rate in Latvia.

 

 

 

Epidemiological data is updated every Friday on the website of SPKC (Latvia’s Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) website

Arriving from other countries 10 days quarantine is still necessary, until further notice.

Electronic questionnaires are available from any smart device to be filled in on a special website covidpass.lv.

People crossing the border of the Republic of Latvia must fill in a questionnaire and show the received QR code to border guards!

Completion of the certificate is mandatory for all immigrants, and it must be completed no earlier than 48 hours before crossing the border of the Republic of Latvia. 

 

 

The data indicated in the questionnaire will be automatically transferred to law enforcement authorities - the State Police (VP), the State Border Guard (VRS), and Disease Prevention and Control Center (SPKC).

Personal data will be stored for 30 days for the purpose of using the information received for epidemiological security and traceability of contact persons.

After 30 days, personal data will be automatically deleted.

 

 

  • People must observe 2 meters distance (applies to both public indoor and public outdoor spaces) and must meet only within one household!
  • Face masks must be used in all indoor places, where there is more than 1 person, including public transport, shops, post offices, petrol stations, railway stations, bus stations, airports, as well as cultural and religious venues, etc.
  • Children up to 13 years old do not need to use masks, but children from 7 to 13 years must wear a mask in public transport!
  • During a state of emergency, all public events are banned.
  • For private events, not more than one household is allowed to get together, with the exception of funerals.
  • Culture, sport, exhibition venues fair markets, museums, etc. are closed during an emergency state.
  • During a state of emergency stores can be selling food products, hygiene goods and necessity goods, tobacco products, plant tobacco goods, electronic smoking devices and liquids, pet food and products, press, public transport tickets, face masks and individual protection products, agricultural produce, pre-paid mobile cards, flowers, and Christmas trees. Construction materials and goods may be sold wholesale.
  • Stores have to ensure 15 square meters per customer, and masks are mandatory in stores.
  • Services related to entertainment and wellbeing are banned during the state of emergency from November 9 until January 25.
  • Public catering places are allowed to hand out takeaway meals only.
  • As the situation in the world develops daily, the Latvian authorities monitor the situation and share their information with the World Health Organization (WHO).

Curfew - https://covid19.gov.lv/en/majsede!

 

In general, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Latvia reminds all travelers that taking care of good hygiene – e.g. careful washing of hands and using hand disinfectants - is a reasonable use of common sense.

If you have any questions regarding the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 and your travels, please call Latvian Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (SPKC) helpline (00 371) 67501590 or (00 371) 67387661 (open 8.30-17.00 working days).

In case of emergency call 113.

 

Previously, in order to curb the Covid-19 pandemic, the state of emergency in Latvia was declared for a time period of March 13th until April 14th. Then it was extended from May 12th until June 9th.

 

 

“Stop Covid” application

COVID-19 in Latvia website

Re-open EU interactive tool

Information about COVID-19 by the Centre of Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia 

 

Information source: Latvia Travel.

Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA).

 

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