UPDATED: April 16, 2021
Refer to the national KORONATOP website for the most recent information:
All operations and services are provided remotely. Only pre-approved employees whose work may not be performed remotely may come to work in the office. Fill this form to be pre-approved for working on campus
If you have been exposed to someone with COVID19, you need to self-isolate for 14 days from the day of your last contact with the person and Fill out the exposed person report on the NPHC web. Please download the guide for the exposed case. You need to isolate during the period indicated in the email/text message.
If you tested positive you must self-isolate 10 days from the day of your test. Please download the guide for the confirmed case.
If you have had a COVID infection in the last 90 days or were vaccinated with an EU-approved vaccine:
If you have not had COVID or had COVID more than 90 days ago:
When traveling between municipalities, you must have proof:
Based on the Government’s resolution, exposed individuals are individuals who have returned or who have traveled in the last 14 days through the affected countries.
This does not apply when people travel by air without leaving the airport transit area.
Make sure you bring along a Health Kit
IMPORTANT! You cannot come to Lithuania to just pick up TRP and not follow the Governmental procedures on testing and isolation.
FOR STUDENTS WHO ONLY WANT TO COME TO LITHUANIA TO PICK UP TRP
You must follow all steps described above but if you do not plan to stay in Lithuania after the pick-up of TRP, here is what you need to do.
Please note that if you cannot get a test and/or we do not have on-campus self-isolation space available, you may not arrive to Lithuania.
COVID19 PCR test
All students returning from abroad regardless of the country of arrival will need to present the test and complete official 10-day on-campus self-isolation (if coming from an affected country). The test (PCR, nasal swab) must be taken (date taken, not received) 72 hours prior to the arrival. Make sure to call the lab in your town to check the processing times. The test should be in one of the EU official languages.
COVID19 immunity certificate
It is important to note that those who had COVID infection in the last 90 days or have been vaccinated according to the full vaccination schedule do not need to be tested or isolated if they have a medical certificate (doctor's document) or vaccination certificate. The document must be in English or translated into English or one of other EU languages. The certificate needs to be submitted to the NPHC (when you submit the Travellers form you must UNCHECK the box that says "self-isolation exceptions do not apply to me". Also, upload the document into eRezLife> Forms > "COVID-19 negative test results" prior to your arrival. Only the official certificate is valid, not the past positive test or antibody test. Accepted only EU-registered vaccines.
Lithuania does not require a test in order to leave the country but if you need the test to enter the country of your destinations, here are the clinics to contact;
If you have specific questions, email email@example.com
The study mode will be determined by the benchmarks established by the Lithuanian government. Assuming these criteria are not adjusted between now and then, in order to begin Fall semester in hybrid study mode (which allows for face-to-face; see definitions below) there must be fewer than 25 new cases per 100,000 people in the country. If the number of cases is more than 25 per 100,000, then we will be required to proceed in remote mode. All classes will be offered in a semester format as they have been offered this spring semester. As you make decisions about how you will choose to study, please refer to these definitions to understand how to designate yourself based on the choices you make:
We understand that many of these decisions regarding classes, housing, migration/travel are very difficult at this time, but we want to express to you that many are also necessary for us as an institution in order to make plans for how we care for students, how we ensure the safety of our campus, and how we can have a thriving and intentional community together. If you have questions or would like to discuss some of your options, the Student Life staff is available to you and more than willing to talk. Please do not hesitate to reach out
As a part of planning and preparation for Fall 2021 semester we kindly ask you to indicate your preferred study mode (on-site/off-site) for Fall 2021 semester. In addition to that, we also kindly ask you to indicate your plans for your residential status in Fall 2021 as well as plans for Summer 2021 in terms of staying in Lithuania or arriving to Lithuania.
Please fill out this Fall 2021 Study Mode Survey by March 19 at the latest. Please note that you can change the study mode until Friday, September 3, 2021 (end of Add/drop week).
If you have questions, please email Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our residence halls will function at normal capacity (4-5-6 person rooms). Enns 3rd floor will be reserved for suspected/positive case isolation.
For more information on on-campus housing, visit the Housing for returning students page on Portal.
Although it is not yet clear what the
regulations will be in August, it will at a minimum be required to bring a
negative COVID PCR test and self-isolate on university premises or
have official proof of immunity (vaccination passport or a
proof of COVID19 infection in the 90 days prior to arrival in Lithuania).
You should plan on arriving as early as August 1, 2021 for self–isolation
purposes. When deciding to arrive in Lithuania, we recommend
considering the availability of testing or immunity proof as well as the costs
of isolation which are not included in your semester rental fees.
If you have any questions on arrival to Lithuania, please email email@example.com
lease note that if you need to renew or get a new TRP you will need to be physically here to submit documents and pick up your TRP.
Please note that a lot of information regarding migration regulations can be found on our LCC portal.
In all cases, consult with our Migration Coordinator, Inga Trumpickaite firstname.lastname@example.org or Teams: Inga Trumpickaite
We understand members of our community may be concerned and anxious. As always, if students, faculty, or staff want to get more information or wish to speak with someone about their worries, the following resources are available.
Join our Facebook group for updates, programming, student care, and support
Check your email frequently - LCC email is our main channel of communication
If you are in self-isolation, join our support group
Coronavirus hotline: 1808
All questions regarding self-isolation, testing, borders, etc need to be sent to NoCOVID@lcc.lt