Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia impose quarantine on travellers from Poland
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have introduced a 14-day quarantine for travellers from Poland in connection with rising coronavirus infection figures in the country.
In Lithuania the quarantine obligation will be introduced on Monday. It will not apply to persons entering the country to work, including Polish farmers working on Lithuanian farmland.
Lithuania currently has 442 confirmed coronavirus infections, 81 people have died from the disease. The respective figures for Latvia and Estonia are 1,281/32 and 2,133/69.