Information about the corona virus in Sweden including travel information
Foreign citizens age 18 and above need to present a negative covid-19 test in order to enter Sweden, or present a EU Covid Certificate or equivalent when entering from EEA, including Lithuania. No negative Covid-19 test is required when travelling directly from Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway. Swedish citizens or foreign residents that hold a valid residence permit, residence right or residence status, are exempted from the requirement to present a negative Covid-19 test, or vaccination or recovery document. For arrivals from Lithuania the test should be no more than 72 hours old.
All travelers 16 years or older should present a negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours (PCR) or 48 hours (antigen) before the entry to Lithuania, or a document from a health care facility confirming that a person has recovered from Covid-19 or a vaccination certificate proving that vaccination has been completed. A second test will be required to be taken on the 3-5th day after arrival. Testing will not be required from those who have recovered of Covid-19, have been fully vaccinated, also members of official delegations and children under 12 years of age. After arrival from Sweden to Lithuania, self-isolation is not compulsory this week.
Please be aware that the situation might change quickly why it is important to follow the official announcements.