COVID-19 pandemic in Lithuania

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COVID-19 pandemic in Lithuania
COVID-19 Outbreak Cases in Lithuania.svg
Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases by municipality (as of 10 May):
  <334 confirmed cases
  334-666 confirmed cases
  667-999 confirmed cases
  1,000-2,499 confirmed cases
  2,500-4999 confirmed cases
  5,000-9999 confirmed cases
  >10,000 confirmed cases
COVID-19 Outbreak Deaths in Lithuania.svg
Number of confirmed COVID-19 deaths by municipality (as of 10 May):
  1-9 confirmed deaths
  10-99 confirmed deaths
  >100 confirmed deaths
Per capita cases of Covid-19 during last 14 days in Lithuania.svg
Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people during last 14 days by municipality (as of 10 May):
  <25 per capita cases
  25-99 per capita cases
  100-249 per capita cases
  250-499 per capita cases
  500-999 per capita cases
  1,000-1499 per capita cases
  >1500 per capita cases
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationLithuania
First outbreakWuhan, Hubei, China
Index caseŠiauliai
Arrival date28 February 2020
(1 year, 2 months, 2 weeks and 5 days)
Confirmed cases266,063
Recovered240,079
Deaths
4,112
Fatality rate1.55%
Government website

The COVID-19 pandemic in Lithuania is part of the ongoing worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The virus was confirmed to have reached Lithuania in February 2020. On 18 March 2020, the first domestic case was confirmed, the first infected being an immediate family member of a known case.[1] The first cases of community spread were found in the country on 19 March and the first related death occurred on 20 March 2020.[2]

The Lithuanian government initially declared a quarantine from 16 March to 30 March, but it was extended several times[3][4][5][6] and was set to end on 16 June.[7] On 17 June, the quarantine was lifted.[8]

Starting from 21 October and lasting until 4 November, the government implemented color-based zones throughout Lithuania, with green meaning fewer or light restrictions and red meaning tight and heavy restrictions. But due to the rising numbers, the government announced a national lockdown on 4 November. The lockdown was set to last until 29 November, but was later lengthened until 1 June 2021.[9][10][11][12][13]

On 17 September, the last municipality with no coronavirus cases, Birštonas, confirmed its first case.[14] All 60 municipalities have since recorded at least one confirmed case of infection.

The vaccination program began on 27 December 2020, as in the rest of the European Union. The first to receive the vaccine were healthcare professionals working with COVID-19 patients[15], followed by the elderly and other senior age groups with medical conditions.

As of 10 May 2021, Lithuania has vaccinated 29.12% of its population.[16]

Background[edit]

On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.[17][18]

The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much lower than SARS of 2003,[19][20] but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[21][19]

Timeline[edit]

COVID-19 cases in Lithuania  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
2020202020212021
FebFebMarMarAprAprMayMayJunJunJulJulAugAugSepSepOctOctNovNovDecDec
JanJanFebFebMarMarAprAprMayMay
Last 15 daysLast 15 days
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-02-28 1(n.a.)
1(=)
2020-03-10 3(+200%)
3(=)
2020-03-13
6(+100%)
2020-03-14
9(+50%)
2020-03-15
11(+22%)
2020-03-16
18(+64%)
2020-03-17
26(+44%)
2020-03-18
34(+31%)
2020-03-19
48(+41%)
2020-03-20
69(+44%) 1(n.a.)
2020-03-21
99(+43%) 1(=)
2020-03-22
143(+44%) 1(=)
2020-03-23
179(+25%) 1(=)
2020-03-24
209(+17%) 2(+100%)
2020-03-25
274(+31%) 4(+100%)
2020-03-26
299(+9.1%) 4(=)
2020-03-27
358(+20%) 5(+25%)
2020-03-28
394(+10%) 7(+40%)
2020-03-29
437(+11%) 7(=)
2020-03-30
491(+12%) 7(=)
2020-03-31
537(+9.4%) 8(+14%)
2020-04-01
581(+8.2%) 8(=)
2020-04-02
649(+12%) 9(+12%)
2020-04-03
696(+7.2%) 9(=)
2020-04-04
771(+11%) 11(+22%)
2020-04-05
811(+5.2%) 13(+18%)
2020-04-06
843(+3.9%) 15(+15%)
2020-04-07
880(+4.4%) 15(=)
2020-04-08
912(+3.6%) 15(=)
2020-04-09
955(+4.7%) 16(+6.7%)
2020-04-10
999(+4.6%) 22(+38%)
2020-04-11
1,026(+2.7%) 23(+4.5%)
2020-04-12
1,053(+2.6%) 23(=)
2020-04-13
1,062(+0.85%) 24(+4.3%)
2020-04-14
1,070(+0.75%) 29(+21%)
2020-04-15
1,091(+2%) 30(+3.4%)
2020-04-16
1,128(+3.4%) 32(+6.7%)
2020-04-17
1,149(+1.9%) 33(+3.1%)
2020-04-18
1,239(+7.8%) 33(=)
2020-04-19
1,298(+4.8%) 37(+12%)
2020-04-20
1,326(+2.2%) 37(=)
2020-04-21
1,350(+1.8%) 38(+2.7%)
2020-04-22
1,370(+1.5%) 38(=)
2020-04-23
1,398(+2%) 40(+5.3%)
2020-04-24
1,410(+0.86%) 40(=)
2020-04-25
1,426(+1.1%) 41(+2.5%)
2020-04-26
1,438(+0.84%) 41(=)
2020-04-27
1,449(+0.76%) 41(=)
2020-04-28
1,344(+0.3%[i]) 44(+7.3%)
2020-04-29
1,375(+2.3%) 45(+2.3%)
2020-04-30
1,385(+0.73%) 45(=)
2020-05-01
1,399(+1%) 45(=)
2020-05-02
1,406(+0.5%) 46(+2.2%)
2020-05-03
1,410(+0.28%) 46(=)
2020-05-04
1,419(+0.64%) 46(=)
2020-05-05
1,423(+0.28%) 46(=)
2020-05-06
1,428(+0.35%) 48(+4.3%)
2020-05-07
1,433(+0.35%) 49(+2.1%)
2020-05-08
1,436(+0.21%) 49(=)
2020-05-09
1,469(+2.3%) 49(=)
2020-05-10
1,479(+0.68%) 50(+2%)
2020-05-11
1,485(+0.41%) 50(=)
2020-05-12
1,491(+0.4%) 50(=)
2020-05-13
1,505(+0.94%) 54(+8%)
2020-05-14
1,511(+0.4%) 54(=)
2020-05-15
1,523(+0.79%) 54(=)
2020-05-16
1,534(+0.72%) 55(+1.9%)
2020-05-17
1,541(+0.46%) 56(+1.8%)
2020-05-18
1,547(+0.39%) 59(+5.4%)
2020-05-19
1,562(+0.97%) 60(+1.7%)
2020-05-20
1,577(+0.96%) 60(=)
2020-05-21
1,593(+1%) 61(+1.7%)
2020-05-22
1,604(+0.69%) 61(=)
2020-05-23
1,616(+0.75%) 63(+3.3%)
2020-05-24
1,623(+0.43%) 63(=)
2020-05-25
1,635(+0.74%) 63(=)
2020-05-26
1,639(+0.24%) 65(+3.2%)
2020-05-27
1,647(+0.49%) 66(+1.5%)
2020-05-28
1,656(+0.55%) 68(+3%)
2020-05-29
1,662(+0.36%) 68(=)
2020-05-30
1,670(+0.48%) 70(+2.9%)
2020-05-31
1,675(+0.3%) 70(=)
2020-06-01
1,678(+0.18%) 70(=)
2020-06-02
1,682(+0.24%) 71(+1.4%)
2020-06-03
1,684(+0.12%) 71(=)
2020-06-04
1,687(+0.18%) 71(=)
2020-06-05
1,694(+0.41%) 71(=)
2020-06-06
1,705(+0.65%) 71(=)
2020-06-07
1,714(+0.53%) 71(=)
2020-06-08
1,720(+0.35%) 71(=)
2020-06-09
1,727(+0.41%) 71(=)
2020-06-10
1,733(+0.35%) 74(+4.2%)
2020-06-11
1,752(+1.1%) 74(=)
2020-06-12
1,756(+0.23%) 74(=)
2020-06-13
1,763(+0.4%) 75(+1.4%)
2020-06-14
1,768(+0.28%) 75(=)
2020-06-15
1,773(+0.28%) 76(+1.3%)
2020-06-16
1,776(+0.17%) 76(=)
2020-06-17
1,778(+0.11%) 76(=)
2020-06-18
1,784(+0.34%) 76(=)
2020-06-19
1,792(+0.45%) 76(=)
2020-06-20
1,795(+0.17%) 76(=)
2020-06-21
1,798(+0.17%) 76(=)
2020-06-22
1,801(+0.17%) 76(=)
2020-06-23
1,803(+0.11%) 77(+1.3%)
2020-06-24
1,804(+0.06%) 78(+1.3%)
2020-06-25
1,806(+0.11%) 78(=)
2020-06-26
1,808(+0.11%) 78(=)
2020-06-27
1,812(+0.22%) 78(=)
2020-06-28
1,815(+0.17%) 78(=)
2020-06-29
1,816(+0.06%) 78(=)
2020-06-30
1,817(+0.06%) 78(=)
2020-07-01
1,818(+0.06%) 78(=)
2020-07-02
1,825(+0.39%) 78(=)
2020-07-03
1,828(+0.16%) 79(+1.3%)
2020-07-04
1,831(+0.16%) 79(=)
2020-07-05
1,836(+0.27%) 79(=)
2020-07-06
1,841(+0.27%) 79(=)
2020-07-07
1,844(+0.16%) 79(=)
2020-07-08
1,854(+0.54%) 79(=)
2020-07-09
1,857(+0.16%) 79(=)
2020-07-10
1,861(+0.22%) 79(=)
2020-07-11
1,865(+0.21%) 79(=)
2020-07-12
1,869(+0.21%) 79(=)
2020-07-13
1,874(+0.27%) 79(=)
2020-07-14
1,875(+0.05%) 79(=)
2020-07-15
1,882(+0.37%) 79(=)
2020-07-16
1,902(+1.1%) 79(=)
2020-07-17
1,908(+0.32%) 79(=)
2020-07-18
1,915(+0.37%) 80(+1.3%)
2020-07-19
1,932(+0.89%) 80(=)
2020-07-20
1,947(+0.78%) 80(=)
2020-07-21
1,949(+0.1%) 80(=)
2020-07-22
1,951(+0.1%) 80(=)
2020-07-23
1,960(+0.46%) 80(=)
2020-07-24
1,986(+1.3%) 80(=)
2020-07-25
2,001(+0.76%) 80(=)
2020-07-26
2,008(+0.35%) 80(=)
2020-07-27
2,019(+0.55%) 80(=)
2020-07-28
2,027(+0.4%) 80(=)
2020-07-29
2,043(+0.79%) 80(=)
2020-07-30
2,062(+0.93%) 80(=)
2020-07-31
2,075(+0.63%) 80(=)
2020-08-01
2,083(+0.39%) 80(=)
2020-08-02
2,110(+1.3%) 80(=)
2020-08-03
2,120(+0.47%) 80(=)
2020-08-04
2,137(+0.8%) 80(=)
2020-08-05
2,147(+0.47%) 81(+1.2%)
2020-08-06
2,171(+1.1%) 81(=)
2020-08-07
2,194(+1.1%) 81(=)
2020-08-08
2,231(+1.7%) 81(=)
2020-08-09
2,252(+0.94%) 81(=)
2020-08-10
2,265(+0.58%) 81(=)
2020-08-11
2,283(+0.79%) 81(=)
2020-08-12
2,309(+1.1%) 81(=)
2020-08-13
2,330(+0.91%) 81(=)
2020-08-14
2,352(+0.94%) 81(=)
2020-08-15
2,386(+1.4%) 81(=)
2020-08-16
2,416(+1.3%) 81(=)
2020-08-17
2,436(+0.83%) 81(=)
2020-08-18
2,474(+1.6%) 81(=)
2020-08-19
2,496(+0.89%) 81(=)
2020-08-20
2,528(+1.3%) 82(+1.2%)
2020-08-21
2,564(+1.4%) 83(+1.2%)
2020-08-22
2,594(+1.2%) 84(+1.2%)
2020-08-23
2,635(+1.6%) 84(=)
2020-08-24
2,673(+1.4%) 85(+1.2%)
2020-08-25
2,694(+0.79%) 85(=)
2020-08-26
2,726(+1.2%) 85(=)
2020-08-27
2,762(+1.3%) 85(=)
2020-08-28
2,810(+1.7%) 86(+1.2%)
2020-08-29
2,839(+1%) 86(=)
2020-08-30
2,874(+1.2%) 86(=)
2020-08-31
2,906(+1.1%) 86(=)
2020-09-01
2,929(+0.79%) 86(=)
2020-09-02
2,958(+0.99%) 86(=)
2020-09-03
2,978(+0.68%) 86(=)
2020-09-04
3,004(+0.87%) 86(=)
2020-09-05
3,040(+1.2%) 86(=)
2020-09-06
3,083(+1.4%) 86(=)
2020-09-07
3,100(+0.55%) 86(=)
2020-09-08
3,131(+1%) 86(=)
2020-09-09
3,163(+1%) 86(=)
2020-09-10
3,199(+1.1%) 86(=)
2020-09-11
3,243(+1.4%) 86(=)
2020-09-12
3,296(+1.6%) 86(=)
2020-09-13
3,335(+1.2%) 87(+1.2%)
2020-09-14
3,386(+1.5%) 87(=)
2020-09-15
3,397(+0.32%) 87(=)
2020-09-16
3,442(+1.3%) 87(=)
2020-09-17
3,504(+1.8%) 87(=)
2020-09-18
3,565(+1.7%) 87(=)
2020-09-19
3,664(+2.8%) 87(=)
2020-09-20
3,744(+2.2%) 87(=)
2020-09-21
3,814(+1.9%) 87(=)
2020-09-22
3,859(+1.2%) 87(=)
2020-09-23
3,932(+1.9%) 87(=)
2020-09-24
4,070(+3.5%) 89(+2.3%)
2020-09-25
4,184(+2.8%) 89(=)
2020-09-26
4,295(+2.7%) 89(=)
2020-09-27
4,385(+2.1%) 91(+2.2%)
2020-09-28
4,490(+2.4%) 92(+1.1%)
2020-09-29
4,578(+2%) 92(=)
2020-09-30
4,693(+2.5%) 92(=)
2020-10-01
4,784(+1.9%) 92(=)
2020-10-02
4,956(+3.6%) 93(+1.1%)
2020-10-03
5,081(+2.5%) 94(+1.1%)
2020-10-04
5,185(+2%) 94(=)
2020-10-05
5,285(+1.9%) 94(=)
2020-10-06
5,366(+1.5%) 99(+5.3%)
2020-10-07
5,483(+2.2%) 101(+2%)
2020-10-08
5,625(+2.6%) 102(+0.99%)
2020-10-09
5,758(+2.4%) 103(+0.98%)
2020-10-10
5,963(+3.6%) 103(=)
2020-10-11
6,122(+2.7%) 103(=)
2020-10-12
6,248(+2.1%) 103(=)
2020-10-13
6,366(+1.9%) 106(+2.9%)
2020-10-14
6,505(+2.2%) 109(+2.8%)
2020-10-15
6,760(+3.9%) 110(+0.92%)
2020-10-16
7,041(+4.2%) 112(+1.8%)
2020-10-17
7,269(+3.2%) 113(+0.89%)
2020-10-18
7,521(+3.5%) 113(=)
2020-10-19
7,726(+2.7%) 113(=)
2020-10-20
7,928(+2.6%) 118(+4.4%)
2020-10-21
8,239(+3.9%) 120(+1.7%)
2020-10-22
8,663(+5.1%) 125(+4.2%)
2020-10-23
9,104(+5.1%) 126(+0.8%)
2020-10-24
9,578(+5.2%) 129(+2.4%)
2020-10-25
10,184(+6.3%) 134(+3.9%)
2020-10-26
10,949(+7.5%) 136(+1.5%)
2020-10-27
11,362(+3.8%) 141(+3.7%)
2020-10-28
12,138(+6.8%) 144(+2.1%)
2020-10-29
13,088(+7.8%) 150(+4.2%)
2020-10-30
13,823(+5.6%) 157(+4.7%)
2020-10-31
14,824(+7.2%) 165(+5.1%)
2020-11-01
15,719(+6%) 166(+0.61%)
2020-11-02
16,556(+5.3%) 170(+2.4%)
2020-11-03
17,453(+5.4%) 175(+2.9%)
2020-11-04
18,092(+3.7%) 182(+4%)
2020-11-05
19,091(+5.5%) 186(+2.2%)
2020-11-06
20,747(+8.7%) 192(+3.2%)
2020-11-07
22,719(+9.5%) 203(+5.7%)
2020-11-08
24,699(+8.7%) 207(+2%)
2020-11-09
25,755(+4.3%) 210(+1.4%)
2020-11-10
26,841(+4.2%) 221(+5.2%)
2020-11-11
28,262(+5.3%) 235(+6.3%)
2020-11-12
29,812(+5.5%) 244(+3.8%)
2020-11-13
31,878(+6.9%) 253(+3.7%)
2020-11-14
33,387(+4.7%) 266(+5.1%)
2020-11-15
34,758(+4.1%) 277(+4.1%)
2020-11-16
35,911(+3.3%) 285(+2.9%)
2020-11-17
36,876(+2.7%) 299(+4.9%)
2020-11-18
38,810(+5.2%) 323(+8%)
2020-11-19
40,492(+4.3%) 341(+5.6%)
2020-11-20
42,757(+5.6%) 357(+4.7%)
2020-11-21
44,740(+4.6%) 374(+4.8%)
2020-11-22
47,047(+5.2%) 386(+3.2%)
2020-11-23
48,226(+2.5%) 392(+1.6%)
2020-11-24
49,393(+2.4%) 409(+4.3%)
2020-11-25
51,655(+4.6%) 423(+3.4%)
2020-11-26
53,757(+4.1%) 449(+6.1%)
2020-11-27
56,095(+4.3%) 471(+4.9%)
2020-11-28
58,212(+3.8%) 482(+2.3%)
2020-11-29
60,193(+3.4%) 491(+1.9%)
2020-11-30
61,325(+1.9%) 506(+3.1%)
2020-12-01
62,515(+1.9%) 519(+2.6%)
2020-12-02
64,621(+3.4%) 547(+5.4%)
2020-12-03
67,066(+3.8%) 564(+3.1%)
2020-12-04
69,582(+3.8%) 590(+4.6%)
2020-12-05
72,430(+4.1%) 611(+3.6%)
2020-12-06
74,649(+3.1%) 626(+2.5%)
2020-12-07
76,036(+1.9%) 637(+1.8%)
2020-12-08
77,426(+1.8%) 673(+5.7%)
2020-12-09
80,556(+4%) 704(+4.6%)
2020-12-10
83,883(+4.1%) 735(+4.4%)
2020-12-11
86,949(+3.7%) 764(+3.9%)
2020-12-12
90,252(+3.8%) 791(+3.5%)
2020-12-13
93,101(+3.2%) 815(+3%)
2020-12-14
95,021(+2.1%) 825(+1.2%)
2020-12-15
96,452(+1.5%) 863(+4.6%)
2020-12-16
99,869(+3.5%) 907(+5.1%)
2020-12-17
103,028(+3.2%) 933(+2.9%)
2020-12-18
106,210(+3.1%) 972(+4.2%)
2020-12-19
109,429(+3%) 1,005(+3.4%)
2020-12-20
112,359(+2.7%) 1,019(+1.4%)
2020-12-21
114,487(+1.9%) 1,039(+2%)
2020-12-22
116,358(+1.6%) 1,093(+5.2%)
2020-12-23
120,094(+3.2%) 1,143(+4.6%)
2020-12-24
123,889(+3.2%) 1,186(+3.8%)
2020-12-25
126,581(+2.2%) 1,205(+1.6%)
2020-12-26
128,931(+1.9%) 1,228(+1.9%)
2020-12-27
130,598(+1.3%) 1,254(+2.1%)
2020-12-28
132,369(+1.4%) 1,269(+1.2%)
2020-12-29
134,285(+1.4%) 1,347(+6.1%)
2020-12-30
138,219(+2.9%) 1,422(+5.6%)
2020-12-31
140,579(+1.7%) 1,458(+2.5%)
2021-01-01
143,903(+2.4%) 1,589(+9%)
2021-01-02
145,399(+1%) 1,614(+1.6%)
2021-01-03
146,637(+0.85%) 1,643(+1.8%)
2021-01-04
147,997(+0.93%) 1,950(+19%)
2021-01-05
149,497(+1%) 1,996(+2.4%)
2021-01-06
152,215(+1.8%) 2,036(+2%)
2021-01-07
154,550(+1.5%) 2,076(+2%)
2021-01-08
156,539(+1.3%) 2,119(+2.1%)
2021-01-09
158,180(+1%) 2,171(+2.5%)
2021-01-10
159,672(+0.94%) 2,197(+1.2%)
2021-01-11
160,446(+0.48%) 2,232(+1.6%)
2021-01-12
161,348(+0.56%) 2,272(+1.8%)
2021-01-13
163,042(+1%) 2,314(+1.8%)
2021-01-14
164,414(+0.84%) 2,346(+1.4%)
2021-01-15
165,560(+0.7%) 2,376(+1.3%)
2021-01-16
166,680(+0.68%) 2,414(+1.6%)
2021-01-17
167,516(+0.5%) 2,445(+1.3%)
2021-01-18
167,992(+0.28%) 2,469(+0.98%)
2021-01-19
168,708(+0.43%) 2,494(+1%)
2021-01-20
172,060(+2%) 2,514(+0.8%)
2021-01-21
173,819(+1%) 2,554(+1.6%)
2021-01-22
174,846(+0.59%) 2,591(+1.4%)
2021-01-23
175,851(+0.57%) 2,628(+1.4%)
2021-01-24
176,624(+0.44%) 2,649(+0.8%)
2021-01-25
177,166(+0.31%) 2,664(+0.57%)
2021-01-26
177,934(+0.43%) 2,688(+0.9%)
2021-01-27
179,212(+0.72%) 2,716(+1%)
2021-01-28
180,170(+0.53%) 2,743(+0.99%)
2021-01-29
181,032(+0.48%) 2,762(+0.69%)
2021-01-30
181,734(+0.39%) 2,787(+0.91%)
2021-01-31
182,539(+0.44%) 2,803(+0.57%)
2021-02-01
182,893(+0.19%) 2,825(+0.78%)
2021-02-02
183,444(+0.3%) 2,847(+0.78%)
2021-02-03
184,208(+0.42%) 2,867(+0.7%)
2021-02-04
184,948(+0.4%) 2,885(+0.63%)
2021-02-05
185,601(+0.35%) 2,908(+0.8%)
2021-02-06
186,278(+0.36%) 2,927(+0.65%)
2021-02-07
186,770(+0.26%) 2,937(+0.34%)
2021-02-08
187,039(+0.14%) 2,955(+0.61%)
2021-02-09
187,421(+0.2%) 2,972(+0.58%)
2021-02-10
187,991(+0.3%) 2,988(+0.54%)
2021-02-11
189,058(+0.57%) 3,013(+0.84%)
2021-02-12
189,665(+0.32%) 3,038(+0.83%)
2021-02-13
190,241(+0.3%) 3,057(+0.63%)
2021-02-14
190,724(+0.25%) 3,070(+0.43%)
2021-02-15
190,937(+0.11%) 3,080(+0.33%)
2021-02-16
191,264(+0.17%) 3,095(+0.49%)
2021-02-17
191,821(+0.29%) 3,113(+0.58%)
2021-02-18
192,193(+0.19%) 3,129(+0.51%)
2021-02-19
192,986(+0.41%) 3,145(+0.51%)
2021-02-20
193,558(+0.3%) 3,162(+0.54%)
2021-02-21
194,051(+0.25%) 3,171(+0.28%)
2021-02-22
194,333(+0.15%) 3,178(+0.22%)
2021-02-23
194,833(+0.26%) 3,189(+0.35%)
2021-02-24
195,481(+0.33%) 3,200(+0.34%)
2021-02-25
196,047(+0.29%) 3,209(+0.28%)
2021-02-26
196,690(+0.33%) 3,225(+0.5%)
2021-02-27
197,343(+0.33%) 3,234(+0.28%)
2021-02-28
199,145(+0.91%) 3,244(+0.31%)
2021-03-01
199,397(+0.13%) 3,253(+0.28%)
2021-03-02
199,825(+0.21%) 3,263(+0.31%)
2021-03-03
200,351(+0.26%) 3,281(+0.55%)
2021-03-04
200,884(+0.27%) 3,294(+0.4%)
2021-03-05
201,335(+0.22%) 3,303(+0.27%)
2021-03-06
201,799(+0.23%) 3,321(+0.54%)
2021-03-07
202,214(+0.21%) 3,328(+0.21%)
2021-03-08
202,430(+0.11%) 3,336(+0.24%)
2021-03-09
202,900(+0.23%) 3,341(+0.15%)
2021-03-10
203,386(+0.24%) 3,351(+0.3%)
2021-03-11
203,992(+0.3%) 3,363(+0.36%)
2021-03-12
204,356(+0.18%) 3,373(+0.3%)
2021-03-13
204,954(+0.29%) 3,389(+0.47%)
2021-03-14
205,385(+0.21%) 3,396(+0.21%)
2021-03-15
205,644(+0.13%) 3,410(+0.41%)
2021-03-16
206,290(+0.31%) 3,416(+0.18%)
2021-03-17
206,889(+0.29%) 3,427(+0.32%)
2021-03-18
207,469(+0.28%) 3,442(+0.44%)
2021-03-19
208,048(+0.28%) 3,452(+0.29%)
2021-03-20
208,650(+0.29%) 3,464(+0.35%)
2021-03-21
209,011(+0.17%) 3,476(+0.35%)
2021-03-22
209,340(+0.16%) 3,486(+0.29%)
2021-03-23
210,208(+0.41%) 3,501(+0.43%)
2021-03-24
211,011(+0.38%) 3,510(+0.26%)
2021-03-25
211,804(+0.38%) 3,521(+0.31%)
2021-03-26
212,676(+0.41%) 3,529(+0.23%)
2021-03-27
213,447(+0.36%) 3,539(+0.28%)
2021-03-28
213,941(+0.23%) 3,539(=)
2021-03-29
214,365(+0.2%) 3,551(+0.34%)
2021-03-30
215,216(+0.4%) 3,566(+0.42%)
2021-03-31
216,119(+0.42%) 3,574(+0.22%)
2021-04-01
217,005(+0.41%) 3,583(+0.25%)
2021-04-02
217,865(+0.4%) 3,594(+0.31%)
2021-04-03
218,878(+0.46%) 3,602(+0.22%)
2021-04-04
219,607(+0.33%) 3,610(+0.22%)
2021-04-05
220,212(+0.28%) 3,615(+0.14%)
2021-04-06
220,900(+0.31%) 3,623(+0.22%)
2021-04-07
222,020(+0.51%) 3,635(+0.33%)
2021-04-08
223,127(+0.5%) 3,647(+0.33%)
2021-04-09
224,309(+0.53%) 3,660(+0.36%)
2021-04-10
225,308(+0.45%) 3,671(+0.3%)
2021-04-11
226,173(+0.38%) 3,687(+0.44%)
2021-04-12
226,783(+0.27%) 3,697(+0.27%)
2021-04-13
227,889(+0.49%) 3,713(+0.43%)
2021-04-14
229,260(+0.6%) 3,718(+0.13%)
2021-04-15
230,462(+0.52%) 3,730(+0.32%)
2021-04-16
231,601(+0.49%) 3,739(+0.24%)
2021-04-17
232,829(+0.53%) 3,751(+0.32%)
2021-04-18
233,631(+0.34%) 3,760(+0.24%)
2021-04-19
234,232(+0.26%) 3,770(+0.27%)
2021-04-20
235,383(+0.49%) 3,785(+0.4%)
2021-04-21
236,533(+0.49%) 3,802(+0.45%)
2021-04-22
237,950(+0.6%) 3,818(+0.42%)
2021-04-23
239,263(+0.55%) 3,833(+0.39%)
2021-04-24
240,522(+0.53%) 3,841(+0.21%)
2021-04-25
241,297(+0.32%) 3,848(+0.18%)
2021-04-26
241,872(+0.24%) 3,857(+0.23%)
2021-04-27
242,881(+0.42%) 3,877(+0.52%)
2021-04-28
244,555(+0.69%) 3,900(+0.59%)
2021-04-29
245,896(+0.55%) 3,916(+0.41%)
2021-04-30
247,269(+0.56%) 3,923(+0.18%)
2021-05-01
248,655(+0.56%) 3,937(+0.36%)
2021-05-02
249,680(+0.41%) 3,950(+0.33%)
2021-05-03
250,337(+0.26%) 3,956(+0.15%)
2021-05-04
251,450(+0.44%) 3,976(+0.51%)
2021-05-05
252,699(+0.5%) 3,993(+0.43%)
2021-05-06
254,091(+0.55%) 4,000(+0.18%)
2021-05-07
255,384(+0.51%) 4,019(+0.47%)
2021-05-08
256,906(+0.6%) 4,024(+0.12%)
2021-05-09
257,827(+0.36%) 4,034(+0.25%)
2021-05-10
258,623(+0.31%) 4,045(+0.27%)
2021-05-11
259,862(+0.48%) 4,053(+0.2%)
2021-05-12
261,128(+0.49%) 4,059(+0.15%)
2021-05-13
262,335(+0.46%) 4,071(+0.3%)
2021-05-14
263,475(+0.43%) 4,084(+0.32%)
2021-05-15
264,724(+0.47%) 4,088(+0.1%)
2021-05-16
265,536(+0.31%) 4,103(+0.37%)
2021-05-17
266,063(+0.2%) 4,112(+0.22%)
Source: Government of the Republic of Lithuania

Notes:

  1. ^ The number of confirmed infection cases. Until 28 April 2020, information has been provided on positive laboratory test results rather than on positive cases (people).

January 2020[edit]

Warning about the quarantine at the entrance to hospital in Kaunas

25 January 2020: Specialists from the National Public Health Centre started consulting travellers to and from China at all three airports in Lithuania.[22]

February 2020[edit]

26 February: Lithuania declared a state of emergency as a preventive measure against the spread of COVID-19.[23]

28 February: Lithuania confirmed the first case of COVID-19, a 39-year-old woman who arrived to Kaunas from Verona, Italy after a business trip. She was then hospitalised in Šiauliai.[24] The same day, the Seimas cancelled all public events on its premises until 30 April.[25]

March 2020[edit]

10 March: Two cases of COVID-19 were confirmed positive in Kaunas. These people (a couple) were in a ski resort in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, at the end of February and first week of March.[26][27]

12 March: The Government of Lithuania ordered all public indoor events of more than 100 attendees to be cancelled.[28] On the same day, the government ordered the closure of all educational institutions including kindergartens, public schools, and universities for two weeks with a recommendation to utilise online learning.[29] All museums, cinemas, and gyms were also closed.[30]

13 March: Three new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed: a female Spanish citizen from Madrid was confirmed in Vilnius, a woman in Klaipėda who arrived from Tenerife, and a man in Kaunas who arrived from Northern Italy.[31]

14 March: Two new cases were confirmed. A male student (who also worked as a barista) returned home from Denmark to Kaunas Airport on 10 March, and went by bus to Vilnius, and from there to Kretinga.[32] Another male Lithuanian returning from Italy was tested positive in Vilnius and received treatment at Santara Clinics.[33] Later in the day, the first recovery (39-year-old woman from Šiauliai) was reported.[34] One more case was confirmed in Panevėžys – a 31-year-old man who arrived from the Netherlands.[35] Border control are reintroduced, preventing foreign nationals without work permits to enter the country.[36]

15 March: Three new cases related to abroad travel were confirmed: a 25-year-old man from Rietavas who returned from Denmark (he worked together with the student whose COVID-19 testing results were positive on 14 March), and two people, a male and young female, in Vilnius who had returned from Norway and Austria.[37]

16 March: Two new cases were confirmed. Both patients were in Vilnius, and they had returned from Spain (Barcelona via Paris) and Germany.[38] Later in the day, three more cases were confirmed: one person in Telšiai who returned from the Dominican Republic on 8 March, and two people in Vilnius who returned from Austria.[39] Also on the same day, Lithuania was put under quarantine. All public indoor and outdoor gatherings were prohibited; all shops and businesses excluding grocery shops, pharmacies and veterinary pharmacies were closed; all restaurants and bars were closed, leaving the option for food take-away; borders were closed for foreigners regardless of the means of transport, excluding cargo and special transport; all international outbound passenger travel was prohibited. The quarantine was set to last until 30 March.[34] Lithuanian Railways also halted all international rail services for the duration of the lockdown.[40]

17 March: A man of over 60 years of age who returned to Panevėžys from South Africa (via Istanbul Airport) was tested positive.[41] His condition was announced severe and he needed artificial ventilation, becoming the first severe case of the disease in the country.[42] Later on, four new cases were confirmed: two cases in Klaipėda – a young male having returned from Denmark and a young female having returned from Italy; and two cases in Vilnius – two males who have returned from Czechia and the Netherlands.[43] In the evening, three more cases were confirmed in Vilnius – they had visited Belgium (Brussels), Switzerland (Geneva), France (Méribel), the United Kingdom (London) and Cuba.[44][45]

18 March: Four new cases were confirmed in Vilnius: a young man who had returned from North Macedonia and the United Kingdom, two men who had returned from the United Kingdom and a man from the United Arab Emirates (via the Netherlands).[46][47] Two cases were confirmed in Klaipėda District, both (a couple) returned from Austria.[48] Yet another case was confirmed in Šiauliai (the person returned from the United Kingdom).[49] The first case of local transmission of the virus was confirmed in Kaunas when a woman who returned from the United Kingdom infected her father.[50]

19 March: Two new cases were confirmed in Klaipėda, the patients had returned from Norway and Spain.[51] Later in the day, five new cases were confirmed, all hospitalised in Vilnius. Three cases are from people who returned from Turkey, the United Kingdom and northern Italy. One case is locally infected from a sick family member. One case is a doctor from Ukmergė with no recent travel history, making her a suspected case of community transmission between patient and doctor.[52] Also on the same day, the state-wide quarantine was tightened – people are not allowed to gather in groups larger than five people in public spaces; playgrounds are only to be used by children of one family at one time; national park access was severely restricted to prevent an influx of people.[53]

20 March: Jonava District confirmed its first case.[54] On the same day, the first case of death from COVID-19 complications was reported in Ukmergė – an 83-year-old woman. The disease was confirmed as the cause of death after a posthumous examination.[55][56] Two doctors from Ignalina District were also confirmed to have COVID-19. They had come from the Dominican Republic via the Helsinki Airport.[57]

21 March: Raseiniai District, Palanga and Marijampolė Municipality reported their first cases.[58][59]

22 March: Early in the morning, the number of confirmed cases rose above 100.[60] Jurbarkas District, Biržai District, Švenčionys District, Radviliškis District and Vilkaviškis District reported their first cases.[61]

23 March: Alytus and Joniškis District reported their first cases.[62][63]

24 March: Šilutė District confirmed its first case.[59] Border control was extended for 20 days to 12 April.[64] The quarantine was tightened – everyone was advised to mask their mouth and nose (with masks or scarfs), people were only allowed to be in public spaces in groups no larger than two, family members must shop alone. Also shops were mandated to control movement of customers within the shops.[65] Also starting from 24 March, people who would come from abroad by plane to Vilnius Airport would be quarantined in a hotel.[66] Late in the evening, the second death from COVID-19 complications was reported. A 90-year-old woman got infected at a hospital in Ukmergė, from which she was discharged on 16 March. On 23 March, she was admitted to Santaros Klinikos with fever and fatigue.[67] COVID-19 has been confirmed for eight soldiers in a NATO multinational battalion battle group. Five soldiers from the Royal Netherlands Army have been transported back to their home country.[68] A 2 billion euro aid package for businesses is extended by the government of Lithuania.[69]

25 March: Major coach companies temporarily suspended their intercity routes in Lithuania due to extremely low demand.[70] The third death was reported in Ukmergė Hospital.[71] The fourth death was reported in Panevėžys. The deceased person had been confirmed for COVID-19 on 17 March.[72] In the afternoon, the nationwide quarantine was extended to 13 April.[3] A resolution was enacted by the Government of Lithuania to create a situation handling committee, which would be headed by Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, to help the Government control the state of emergency.[73] Plungė District and Trakai District confirmed their first cases.[59]

27 March: The fifth death was confirmed in Klaipėda, a 94-year-old patient with several chronic diseases.[74] Šakiai District, Tauragė District, Prienai District and Mažeikiai District reported their first cases.[74][75]

28 March: The sixth case of death, a 75-year-old patient with several chronic diseases, was confirmed in Ukmergė.[76] The seventh case of death was confirmed in Klaipėda.[77]

30 March: It was confirmed that 116 patients have been hospitalised for COVID-19 in Lithuania as of this day, five of which were in critical condition.[78] New travel restrictions for citizens returning from abroad were announced – in particular, a ban on special flights starting from 3 April.[79][80] Mayor of Klaipėda announced that six patients previously diagnosed with COVID-19 in the region were now clear of the condition, bringing the total number of confirmed recoveries to 7.[81] Anykščiai District reported its first case.[59]

31 March: Confirmed cases surpassed 500. Akmenė District and Kelmė District reported their first cases.[59][82] In the afternoon, the eighth case of death was reported in Vilnius – the deceased was a 77-year-old transferred from a compromised hospital in Ukmergė on 29 March.[83]

Scientific research confirmed that the lack of personal protective equipment (medical masks, gloves, respirators, face masks, overalls, etc.), disinfectants was a serious problem in almost all medical and social institutions. Only a few social institutions had a small reserve of such funds (since they were used in previous pre-crisis activities). This helped in the first weeks, later we managed to acquire new ones or provided the necessary personal protection means.[84]

April 2020[edit]

1 April: The Government of Lithuania has banned export of medical equipment to countries outside of the European Union.[85]

2 April: As of this day, 108 medics are infected with COVID-19 in Lithuania.[86] After four confirmed cases, the Šeškinė clinic in Vilnius, a large health centre with more than 80,000 registered citizens, had closed.[86] Later in the day, the ninth case of death was confirmed – a risk-group patient in Ukmergė.[87]

3 April: The Military Police started aiding police and Lithuanian Riflemen's Union in patrolling streets to enforce lockdown rules.[88]

4 April: The borders with Belarus and Russia were closed for passenger transport, leaving only two open checkpoints (with Poland and Latvia) for returning citizens, transiting foreigners and those with a residence or work permit.[89] The 10th case of death was confirmed as an 83-year-old woman who was treated at Klaipėda University Hospital.[90] The 11th case of death was confirmed in Kaunas.[91]

5 April: The 12th case of death was confirmed in Šiauliai: an owner of a restaurant aged 61, without any known chronic health conditions.[92] The 13th case of death was confirmed in Vilnius: a man of old age from Merkinė, having spent only one day in a hospital.[93]

6 April: The 14th case of death was confirmed in Panevėžys.[94] The eighth recovery was recorded in Klaipėda.[95] The 15th case of death was confirmed in Marijampolė.[96] The Lithuanian airspace is closed for commercial passenger flights bound to and from Lithuania.[97]

7 April: The Seimas approved a law to regulate prices of essential goods and services.[98]

8 April: The nationwide quarantine was extended to 27 April.[4]

9 April: The 16th case of death was confirmed in Klaipėda – a 98-year-old geographer, scientist and former lecturer at the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences.[99]

10 April: Šiauliai confirmed the 17th national case of death.[100] Five more deaths and 33 recoveries were reported by the Minister of Health during an official press conference.[101] A mandatory requirement to wear protective masks in public spaces was imposed. From 10 to 13 April, during the Easter weekend, restrictions were imposed on entering the country's towns and cities by non-residents.[4]

11 April: Official confirmed cases surpassed 1,000.[citation needed]

14 April: According to National Public Health Centre officials, 73% of all cases are domestic and there are 40 active hotspots across the country. 62% to 64% of all infected people are older than 61.[102]

15 April: The town of Nemenčinė was put on lockdown from 16 April to 24 April after an outbreak at a local garment factory. According to Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, only those who live and work in Nemenčinė would be allowed to enter. Leaving the town would be allowed to those who work elsewhere and who need to leave due to health. Goods would continue to be delivered.[103] Also on the same day, the Government of Lithuania published a four-stage quarantine exit plan. The first stage starts on the same day and allows certain businesses to reopen, including non-food retailers and shops providing certain services.[104] The operating guidelines state that shops would need to have direct access from the street, limit face-to-face contact to 20 minutes, serve one client at a time, and ensure a density of one client per 10 square metres.[105]

16 April: Telšiai recorded its first death.[106]

18 April: A record number of 90 new cases was confirmed. Nemenčinė continued to emerge as the new hotspot in the country, adding 52 new cases among the workers of a garment factory.[107] Later in the day a serious situation was reported in hospice in Klaipėda with over 30 infections in total.[citation needed]

22 April: The nationwide quarantine was extended to 11 May and the second stage of the four-stage quarantine exit plan was initiated.[5]

23 April: Starting this day, all retailers (including those in shopping centers) are allowed to open.[5]

24 April: Kretinga recorded its first death.[106]

27 April: As per the third stage of the quarantine exit plan, hairdressers, manicure services, museums, libraries, golf and tennis courts, shooting ranges, wakeboarding parks, outdoor cafes, restaurants and bars are allowed to reopen. Outdoor activities such as sightseeing paths, parks, zoos, outdoor botanical gardens and observational towers are also allowed to reopen. Driving and aviation exams are able to take place. All of these businesses and establishments have to follow the previously defined operating guidelines – ensure 10 square metres per client or serve one person at a time.[5]

29 April: An outbreak occurred at a care house and hospital in the small town of Kartena. More than 20 patients tested positive and the institution had to be isolated.[108] The third stage of the quarantine exit plan was initiated. Starting on 30 April, some flights abroad are allowed, non-food markets are allowed to open, all outside leisure activities are allowed, planned healthcare services are reopened, individual sports training are allowed indoors and outdoors. The mandatory requirement to wear masks in public spaces is no longer enforced outside of settled areas, if there is no one else within a 20-meter radius.[109] Vilkaviškis recorded its first death.[106]

May 2020[edit]

3 May: Alytus City recorded its first death.[106]

4 May: The restriction of Lithuanian citizens leaving Lithuania is lifted, and citizens are allowed to go abroad if they can prove that their travel would not impact the epidemiological situation in the country.[109]

6 May: The nationwide quarantine was extended to 31 May and the fourth stage of the quarantine exit plan was initiated.[citation needed] Joniškis recorded its first death.[106]

11 May: Driving lessons and examinations in cars are allowed, as well as foreign language examinations for students who need language proficiency certificates. From 18 May, kindergartens and other pre-school education establishments and all beauty and dental services would be allowed to reopen. Private gym trainings and professional athlete trainings indoors would be allowed. Hospital visits would be allowed with doctor's permission, and partners would be allowed during childbirth. Outdoor events of under 30 people would be allowed if organisers can ensure 2-metre distances between people and 10-square-metre space per participant.[6] The border with Poland was reopened for passenger traffic and Polish nationals were allowed to go to the country. A cluster has been found in Vilnius City Clinical Hospital (5 cases). Also one imported case has been identified in Klaipėda. The patient was an 11-year-old child, who had returned from Moscow (via Vilnius Airport) by private plane.[110]

13 May: Lufthansa resumed regular service between Vilnius Airport and Frankfurt, becoming the first airline to resume flights from Vilnius following an airspace halt that lasted for almost two months.[111] The Lithuanian government detailed the next phase of the quarantine exit plan that would go into effect gradually over a few weeks, including opening indoor cafes and removing the mandatory requirement to wear masks.[112] Vilnius District recorded its first death.[106]

14 May: The wearing of facemasks in outdoor public space is no longer mandatory, but still recommended. Covering the face outdoors is still mandatory in markets and other places of commerce, events, tours, as well as public transport stops and stations. Gathering in groups of up to five people is also allowed.[112]

15 May: Residents and citizens of Estonia and Latvia are able to enter Lithuania, provided they had not travelled outside the Baltic states in the previous 14 days. Residents of Poland are also allowed to enter Lithuania.[112]

18 May: All indoor places, including restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs, casinos and entertainment venues are allowed to open, provided they can follow previously defined operating guidelines. Outdoor events with up to 30 people are allowed. Non-essential treatments are allowed to resume. Indoor sports activities are also allowed.[112]

24 May: Mažeikiai recorded its first death.[106]

25 May: Primary schools are allowed to resume teaching in classrooms. Higher and professional education is allowed to resume courses that cannot be held remotely.[112]

27 May: The government of Lithuania extended the nationwide quarantine to 16 June, and presented a further exit plan that includes allowing mass events with restrictions, lifting the limit of people allowed to congregate and removing border control with Latvia.[7]

30 May: Professional sport is allowed to resume without spectators. Spas are allowed to reopen. Private events with fewer than 30 people are allowed indoors and outdoors, indoor public events of under 30 people are allowed to resume.[7]

June 2020[edit]

1 June: Outdoor mass events up to 300 people and indoor mass events up to 100 people are allowed with certain distance restrictions. The limit of people allowed to congregate is lifted, and outdoor sports activities are allowed. The border checkpoints with Latvia are removed.[7]

10 June: The government decided to lift the nationwide quarantine on 17 June.[113]

17 June: The nationwide quarantine is lifted after 93 days.[8]

July 2020[edit]

15 July: 21 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 10 May, after an outbreak in a transport firm connected to migrant workers from Uzbekistan.[114]

17 July: Foreign nationals coming to Lithuania from countries outside the European Economic Area would be required to self-isolate for two weeks.[115]

24 July: 26 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 10 May, due to multiple outbreaks in family festivals and transport firm in Kaunas.[citation needed]

August 2020[edit]

1 August: The government decided to bring back the requirement to wear face masks in shops and public transport.[116]

8 August: 37 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 19 April.[117]

16 August: Pakruojis District Municipality confirms its first coronavirus case, leaving Birštonas the only municipality in Lithuania with no confirmed cases.[118]

17 August: Lithuanian government lifted entry bans for EU and EEA citizens and residents travelling from countries that are most affected by the coronavirus. Instead, they would be required to undergo a coronavirus test prior to departure. Travelers from outside EU/EEA would still have to apply for permission to arrive. The requirement for all arriving travelers to register remains in place.[119]

18 August: 38 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 19 April.[120]

21 August: Facemasks became mandatory at all events - both indoor and outdoor, as well as in cafes, restaurants, bars and other catering places.[121][122] Prienai recorded its first death.[106]

23 August: 41 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 19 April.[123]

28 August: 48 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 19 April.[124]

September 2020[edit]

9 September: 1,054 active cases are confirmed, the largest number of active cases since the start of the pandemic in Lithuania.[106]

12 September: 53 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 19 April.[125]

17 September: 62 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 18 April.[126]Birštonas became the last municipality in Lithuania to confirm at least one coronavirus case.[14]

19 September: 99 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since the start of the pandemic.[127] Vilnius City Municipality became the first municipality to surpass 1,000 confirmed cases. Kaunas District recorded its first death.[106]

24 September: A record number of 138 new cases is confirmed.[128]

October 2020[edit]

2 October: A record number of 172 new cases is confirmed.[129]

3 October: Visaginas recorded its first death.[106]

6 October: Kelmė and Akmenė recorded its first deaths.[106]

7 October: 100th case of death is confirmed.[106] Radviliškis recorded its first death.[106]

9 October: A regional lockdown goes in effect in Raseiniai District . As of 7 October, the municipality had 423 confirmed cases and 5 deaths, and the infection rate stood at 1,100 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. The lockdown measures involve limiting opening hours of shops and cafes and banning public events. Bars and restaurants are instructed to close after midnight and shops have to make sure there are at least 10 square meters of space per customer. A recommendation to abstain from travel to Raseiniai is also enforced by traffic police. According to the National Public Health Centre, there were 19 clusters of infection in Raseiniai District. The lockdown is expected last until 21 October.[130]

10 October: A record number of 205 new cases is confirmed.[131]

14 October: Jurbarkas records first death.[106]

15 October: A record number of 255 new cases is confirmed.[132]

16 October: A record number of 281 new cases is confirmed.

18 October: Vilnius City Municipality set out new safety guidelines for food serving and entertainment venues in Vilnius: facemasks are required both indoors and outdoors except when eating, drinking or smoking; maintaining physical distance is required; business owners are recommended to take clients' temperature and register all visitors, as well as asked to upload photos of guideline enforcement to social media using a specific hashtag.[133]

20 October: Tauragė recorded its first death.[106]

21 October: A record number of 311 new cases is confirmed.[106] Starting 26 October, the municipalities of Lithuania are placed into one of three "risk zones". Municipalities that are placed in the "red zone" would have to enforce municipal lockdowns - limit public transport intensity, public gatherings up to five persons, number of clients in retail spaces, make masks mandatory both inside and outside, governmental and municipal institutions would have to work remotely or partially-remotely, prohibit patient visitation in hospitals, limit religious ritual gatherings. Municipalities in the "yellow zone" must be on alert, but limitations and restrictions do not apply, whereas "green zone" municipalities have no restrictions. The municipal lockdown in Raseiniai is extended to 6 November.[134] Plungė recorded its first death.[106]

22 October: A record number of 424 new cases is confirmed. Šilutė recorded first death.[106]

23 October: A record number of 442 new cases is confirmed.[106]

24 October: A record number of 474 new cases is confirmed.[106]

25 October: A record number of 603 new cases is confirmed. The total number of confirmed cases surpassed 10,000.[106]

26 October: A record number of 766 new cases is confirmed.[106] The municipalities of Elektrėnai, Joniškis, Jurbarkas, Kelmė, Klaipėda District, Kretinga, Marijampolė, Pasvalys, Plungė, Skuodas, Šiauliai District and Švenčionys were put under lockdown that would last until 9 November.[135] The government of Lithuania published a new set of restrictions and rules to combat coronavirus. Entertainment, leisure, catering venues and other public venues would have to register all clients and the working hours would be restricted from 7 a.m. to 12 a.m. Delivery and takeaway would not be subject to working hours regulations, or if the services are essential for night-shift workers in companies.[136]

28 October: A record number of 776 new cases is confirmed.[106] The municipalities of Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Širvintos, Šilalė, Trakai, Telšiai and Vilnius District were put under lockdown.[137]

29 October: Record numbers of 950 new cases and 7 deaths are confirmed.[106]

31 October: Record numbers of 1,001 new cases and 8 deaths are confirmed.[106]

November 2020[edit]

4 November: The Lithuanian government decided to put the country under a nationwide quarantine, that includes limiting contact outside households, a maximum public congregation size of 5, limiting attendee numbers in weddings and funerals, closing restaurants and cafes except for take-away services, closing of gyms, swimming pools, SPA centres, museums, cinemas and theaters, allowing sporting events without spectators, limit the number of on-site classes for secondary schools, suspending non-essential healthcare treatments, limiting the number of passengers on public transport, making masks mandatory in all public places and prohibiting hospital visits. The lockdown is set to come into effect on 7 November and last until 29 November.[9]

6 November: Record number of 1,656 new cases is confirmed.

7 November: Record number of 1,972 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic, 11 more deaths are confirmed.

8 November: Record number of 1,980 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

11 November: 14 deaths are confirmed.

13 November: Record number of 2,066 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

18 November: 1,963 new cases are confirmed, 24 more deaths.

20 November: Record number of 2,265 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

22 November: Record number of 2,307 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

25 November: The Lithuanian government decided to extend the nationwide quarantine until midnight on December 17. The government also decided, that from December 10, museums and galleries will be allowed to reopen as long as existing quarantine rules are observed – keeping a two-metre distance between each visitor and limiting the flow of people to ensure 10 square metres per person. People will also be able to visit in groups no larger than two, or more if from the same family.[138]

27 November: Record number of 2,339 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

December 2020[edit]

3 December: Record number of 2,445 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

4 December: Record number of 2,514 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

5 December: Record number of 2,848 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

9 December: Record number of 3,128 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

10 December: Record number of 3,330 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

16 December: Record number of 3,418 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic. 44 more deaths are confirmed, the largest death toll since the start of the pandemic. More restrictions are put in place including:[10]

  • Contacts between more than one household are forbidden. Events involving more than one household are also banned.
  • Non-essential travel within your municipality is forbidden. People are allowed to leave their homes to go for shopping, to work, to attend a funeral, or to seek healthcare with exceptions for students who need to travel for work, such as internships, or exams.
  • All non-food shops will have to close or move trading online.
  • Services that involve physical contact for more than 15 minutes are prohibited, including hairdressers and other beauty services with an exception to psychotherapy, emotional, and other health services, as well as professional legal and financial services that cannot be provided remotely.
  • All classes will have to move online, except for children with special needs and students whose parents cannot work from home. However, the exact procedure has not been clarified. Meanwhile, kindergartens will be allowed to remain open. Primary school classes will move online on January 4 as the children are currently on holidays.

You can read full the list in English here.

17 December: The total number of confirmed cases surpassed 100,000.

23 December: Record number of 3,737 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

24 December: Record number of 3,799 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

29 December: Record number of 78 new deaths are confirmed.

30 December: Record number of 3,934 new cases are confirmed, the largest single day increase since the start of the pandemic.

January 2021[edit]

1 January: 42 new deaths are confirmed, as well as 89 more deaths from previous days that were unaccounted for.[139]

4 January: Lithuanian government confirmed backlog of 293 deaths that were previously unaccounted in statistic. Therefore, the current number of confirmed deaths is 1950.[140]

February 2021[edit]

15 February: Partial lifting of lockdown: small shops and beauty salons allowed to resume operations.[141]

25 February: Partial lifting of lockdown: wearing face masks no longer required outdoors, while travel between cities and neighboring municipalities are now allowed.[142]

March 2021[edit]

16 March: Partial lifting of lockdown: travel is now allowed between the majority of municipalities (54 out of 70) with lowest per capita case counts.[143]

23 March: 855 new cases are confirmed, the largest single-day increase since 28 January 2021.[144]

Medical testing[edit]

Number of confirmed cases (blue line) and deaths (pink line) on a logarithmic scale. A straight line on a logarithmic scale suggests exponential growth.

17 March 2020: Three mobile testing facilities were set up in Vilnius and one in Kaunas.[145][146] Other counties have also proposed setting up mobile facilities, one for each county.[147]

18 March: COVID-19 testing began in the laboratories of the main hospitals in Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, and Šiauliai.[148] The decision on the decentralization of COVID-19 test analysis was taken by the Ministry of Health only on 18 March 2020, allowing four more laboratories to carry out the analysis of tests. The same laboratories were allowed to undertake the analysis of the tests done at the mobile testing points.[149]

20 March: A mobile testing facility was set up in Klaipėda.[150]

22 March: Due to shortage of diagnostic panels, testing was temporarily stopped at Kaunas and Klaipėda mobile testing facilities.[151] By night, new panels arrived with assistance from the Lithuanian Air Force[152] and mobile testing facilities resumed their work following day.

24 March: Mobile testing facilities were opened in Šiauliai, Alytus, Marijampolė, and Telšiai.[153]

25–26 March: Mobile testing facilities were opened in Panevėžys, Tauragė, and Utena.[154] Two more laboratories were proposed for COVID-19 testing.[155] The Ministry of Health instructed municipalities to establish "fever clinics" for checking suspected coronavirus patients with fever.[156]

6 August: Random population testing begun in the largest cities, as well as in several of the most-infected municipalities.[157]

Risk zones[edit]

A map of risk zones in Lithuania as of 30 October, before the nationwide lockdown announcement on 4 November.[158][9]

Since 21 October, each of the 60 municipalities in Lithuania is divided into one of three risk zones based on statistical criteria:[159]

  • Green zones are municipalities with a low risk of coronavirus, where the infection rate is less than 25 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days and positive tests make up less than 4 percent of all tests. These municipalities do not have any additional restrictions.
  • Yellow zones are municipalities with a moderate risk of coronavirus, where either 1) the infection rate is less than 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days and positive tests make 4 or more percent of all tests, or 2) where the rate is 25 to 150 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days and positive tests make up less than 4 percent of all tests. These municipalities would be encouraged to prepare for a possible virus spread and could be given additional restrictions on an individual basis by the government.
  • Red zones are municipalities with a high risk of coronavirus, where either 1) the infection rate is more than 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days and positive tests make up 4 or more percent of all tests, and cases that are not related to known hotspots and outbreaks make up more than 30 percent of all confirmed cases per week or, 2) where the rate is more than 150 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days and unrelated cases make up 30 or more percent of all cases. In either way, the municipality would have to confirm at least 10 cases per week. These municipalities could be considered to be put under lockdown, which includes lower public transport capacity, limit on public gatherings, mandatory masks in public and indoors, limit on retail and entertainment client capacity, prohibition on hospital and social care visits, recommendation to halt from religious gatherings, and would also require public sector and recommend private sector to work remotely.

Due to the rising number of new cases, on 4 November the Lithuanian government decided to put the country under a nationwide lockdown, that sees stricter rules than the set-out red zone rules. The lockdown was set to last until 29 November but later enlengthened with more restrictions to February 1, 2021 and the risk zone system will not be in effect until after the nationwide restrictions are lifted.[9]

Statistics[edit]

COVID-19 cases in Lithuania ()
Date Confirmed Deaths ICU Rec. Active Tested Sources Notes
New Total New Total Total Total Total New Total
28 Feb 1 1 1 46 116 [160][161]
29 Feb 1 1 26 142 [162]
1 Mar 1 1 23 165 [163]
2 Mar 1 1 26 191 [164]
3 Mar 1 1 24 215 [165]
4 Mar 1 1 16 231 [166]
5 Mar 1 1 8 239 [167]
6 Mar 1 1 8 247 [168]
7 Mar 1 1 7 254 [169]
8 Mar 1 1 6 260 [170]
9 Mar 1 1 15 275 [171]
10 Mar 2 3 3 15 290 [172][173]
11 Mar 3 3 31 321 [174]
12 Mar 3 3 45 366 [175]
13 Mar 3 6 6 76 442 [176] Tested cases based on 12 Mar and 14 Mar data
14 Mar 3 9 1 8 78 520 [177][178][179][180]
15 Mar 2 11 1 10 104 624 [181][182]
16 Mar 7 18 1 17 118 742 [183][184]
17 Mar 8 26 1 1 25 193 935 [185][186][187][188][189][190] There is some inconsistency in reporting from lrv.lt website. Some latter reports for that day excludes first reported case of the day in Panevėžys.
18 Mar 8 34 1 1 33 92 1,027 [191][192]
19 Mar 14 48 1 1 47 127 1,154 [193]
20 Mar 21 69 1 1 1 1 67 233 1,466 [194]
21 Mar 30 99 1 1 1 97 384 2,086 [194]
22 Mar 44 143 1 1 1 141 278 2,361 [194]
23 Mar 36 179 1 1 1 177 373 2,734 [194]
24 Mar 30 209 1 2 1 1 206 737 3,471 [195][196][197][194]
25 Mar 65 274 2 4 1 270 849 4,320 [198][199][200][201][202][194] First ICU patient from Panevėžys has died.
26 Mar 25 299 4 1 295 1,175 5,495 [194]
27 Mar 59 358 1 5 1 352 1,405 6,900 [203] sam.lrv.lt and lrv.lt data differs. sam.lrv.lt – 345 total cases today (26 March: 1175 tested, 5495 total tested), lrv.lt – 344 total cases today (26 March: 1273 tested, 5593 total tested). The lrv.lt changed their data to match sam.lrv.lt (27 March 2020, 9:25 UTC+2).
28 Mar 36 394 2 7 1 386 1,524 8,424
29 Mar 43 437 7 1 429 1,467 9,891
30 Mar 49 486 7 7 472 1,389 11,280
31 Mar 48 534 1 8 7 519 1,294 12,574
1 Apr 44 581 8 7 566 2,444 15,635
2 Apr 68 649 1 9 7 633 2,809 18,432
3 Apr 47 696 9 7 680 2,944 21,376
4 Apr 75 771 2 11 7 753 2,269 23,645
5 Apr 40 811 2 13 7 791 1,954 25,599
6 Apr 32 843 2 15 8 820 2,208 27,807
7 Apr 37 880 15 8 857 2,301 30,108
8 Apr 32 912 15 21 8 889 2,699 32,809
9 Apr 42 955 1 16 21 8 931 3,242 36,051
10 Apr 44 999 6 22 14 54 923 2,421 38,472 Deaths and recoveries were reported by the minister of health during an official press conference and likely included previously unconfirmed cases from before.
11 Apr 27 1,026 1 23 54 949 2,113 40,712
12 Apr 27 1,053 23 97 933 791 41,503
13 Apr 9 1,062 1 24 101 937 1,187 42,690
14 Apr 8 1,070 5 29 101 940 1,987 44,677
15 Apr 21 1,091 1 30 14 138 924 3,860 48,537
16 Apr 37 1,128 2 32 14 178 919 4,564 53,101
17 Apr 21 1,149 1 33 210 907 5,715 58,816
18 Apr 90 1,239 33 228 978 5,219 64,035
19 Apr 59 1,298 4 37 242 1,019 2,310 66,352
20 Apr 28 1,326 37 242 1,047 4,401 70,753
21 Apr 24 1,350 1 38 298 1,014 6,040 76,793
22 Apr 20 1,370 38 17 357 975 6,798 83,591
23 Apr 28 1,398 2 40 399 959 7,401 90,992
24 Apr 12 1,410 40 430 940 7,956 98,948
25 Apr 16 1,426 1 41 460 925 5,540 104,488
26 Apr 12 1,438 41 467 930 2,287 106,775
27 Apr 11 1,449 3 44 474 934 5,034 111,809
28 Apr 5 1,344 44 536 764 6,392 118,201 According to the National Public Health Centre, the previously published figure represented the total number of positive test results. From this day, the number has been updated and reflects the number of individual people who have tested positive.[204]
29 Apr 31 1,375 1 45 563 767 7,354 125,555
30 Apr 10 1,385 45 589 751 7,213 132,768
1 May 14 1,399 45 594 760 5,502 138,270
2 May 7 1,406 1 46 632 728 3,408 141,678
3 May 4 1,410 46 635 729 2,351 144,029
4 May 9 1,419 46 14 638 735 5,077 149,106
5 May 4 1,423 2 48 678 699 7,387 156,493
6 May 5 1,428 48 718 662 7,597 164,088
7 May 5 1,433 1 49 739 645 8,101 172,191
8 May 3 1,436 49 765 622 8,141 180,332
9 May 33 1,469 49 828 567 3,581 183,913
10 May 10 1,479 1 50 828 601 2,652 186,565
11 May 6 1,485 50 833 602 5,821 192,386
12 May 6 1,491 50 12 850 587 7,878 200,264
13 May 14 1,505 4 54 908 537 7,989 208,253
14 May 6 1,511 54 9 934 523 7,994 216,247
15 May 12 1,523 54 10 965 498 7,793 224,040
16 May 11 1,534 1 55 988 485 4,686 228,726
17 May 7 1,541 1 56 997 488 2,378 231,104
18 May 6 1,547 3 59 997 494 6,496 237,600
19 May 15 1,562 1 60 1,025 477 7,980 245,580
20 May 15 1,577 60 1,049 460 7,424 253,004
21 May 16 1,593 1 61 9 1,049 475 6,039 259,043
22 May 11 1,604 61 1,111 424 5,839 264,882
23 May 12 1,616 2 63 1,135 418 2,837 267,719
24 May 7 1,623 63 1,138 422 2,170 269,889
25 May 12 1,635 63 1,138 434 5,169 275,058
26 May 4 1,639 2 65 1,165 409 6,174 281,232
27 May 8 1,647 1 66 5 1,184 397 6,750 287,982
28 May 9 1,656 2 68 1,193 395 6,109 294,091
29 May 6 1,662 68 1,216 378 5,337 299,428
30 May 8 1,670 2 70 1,229 371 3,431 302,859
31 May 5 1,675 70 1,236 369 1,995 304,854
1 Jun 3 1,678 70 1,236 363 4,871 309,725
2 Jun 4 1,682 1 71 1,249 353 5,387 315,112
3 Jun 2 1,684 71 1,260 344 5,928 321,040
4 Jun 3 1,687 71 1,273 334 5,254 326,294
5 Jun 7 1,694 71 1,302 312 4,935 331,229
6 Jun 11 1,705 71 1,321 304 2,204 333,433
7 Jun 9 1,714 71 1,328 306 2,253 335,686
8 Jun 6 1,720 71 1,331 309 4,387 340,073
9 Jun 7 1,727 1 72 1,338 308 5,319 345,392 At first National Public Health centre informed about 72nd death in Lithuania, however, after the investigation the patient has died due to other illnesses, but had Coronavirus therefore patient's death was not included to the deaths column.
10 Jun 6 1,733 2 74 1,369 280 5,396 350,788
11 Jun 19 1,752 74 1,372 296 5,274 356,062
12 Jun 4 1,756 74 1,400 282
13 Jun 7 1,763 1 75 1,417 261 363,528
14 Jun 5 1,768 75 1,427 266 1,608 365,136
15 Jun 5 1,773 1 76 1,429 268 4,410 369,546
16 Jun 3 1,776 76 1,441 259 6,026 375,572
17 Jun 2 1,778 76 1,447 255 5,653 381,225
18 Jun 6 1,784 76 1,449 259 4,969 386,194
19 Jun 8 1,792 76 1,462 254 4,263 390,457
20 Jun 3 1,795 76 1,470 249 2,096 392,553
21 Jun 3 1,798 76 1,475 247 1,912 394,465
22 Jun 3 1,801 76 1,475 250 3,952 398,417
23 Jun 2 1,803 1 77 1,483 243 5,425 403,841
24 Jun 1 1,804 1 78 1,484 242 2,716 406,557
25 Jun 2 1,806 78 1,494 234 4,310 410,867
26 Jun 2 1,808 78 1,501 229
27 Jun 4 1,812 78 1,503 231
28 Jun 3 1,815 78 1,503 234 422,840
29 Jun 1 1,816 78 1,512 226 5,398 428,238
30 Jun 1 1,817 78 1,515 224 4,219 432,457
1 Jul 1 1,818 78 1,524 216
2 Jul 7 1,825 78 1,536 211
3 Jul 3 1,828 1 79 1,539 210 440,453
4 Jul 2 1,830 79 1,545 206 1,789 442,242
5 Jul 6 1,836 79 1,545 212 1,149 443,391
6 Jul 5 1,841 79 1,547 215 1,016 444,407
7 Jul 3 1,844 79 1,547 218 3,587 447,994
8 Jul 10 1,854 79 1,552 223
9 Jul 3 1,857 79 1,564 214
10 Jul 4 1,861 79 1,569 213
11 Jul 6 1,867 79 1,571 217
12 Jul 3 1,870 79 1,571 220 461,666
13 Jul 5 1,875 79 1,571 225 3,730 465,396
14 Jul 1 1,876 79 1,571 226
15 Jul 21 1,897 79 1,582 236 472,804
16 Jul 6 1,903 79 1,593 231 3,317 476,121
17 Jul 6 1,908 79 1,595 234
18 Jul 7 1,915 1 80 1,600 235 3,870 479,991
19 Jul 17 1,932 80 1,601 251
20 Jul 15 1,947 80 1,601 266
21 Jul 2 1,949 80 1,601 268
22 Jul 2 1,951 80 1,607 264 493,865
23 Jul 9 1,960 80 1,611 269 3,380 497,245
24 Jul 26 1,986 80 1,616 290 3,366 500,611
25 Jul 15 2,001 80 1,616 305
26 Jul 7 2,008 80 1,616 312
27 Jul 11 2,019 80 1,620 319
28 Jul 8 2,027 80 1,623 324
29 Jul 16 2,043 80 1,643 320
30 Jul 19 2,062 80 1,639 343 519,929
31 Jul 13 2,075 80 1,644 351 4,554 524,483
1 Aug 18 2,093 80 1,644 369 1,856 526,339
2 Aug 17 2,110 80 1,644 386 1,390 527,729
3 Aug 10 2,120 80 1,645 395
4 Aug 17 2,137 80 1,647 410
5 Aug 10 2,147 1 81 1,650 416
6 Aug 24 2,171 81 1,656 434 540,784
7 Aug 23 2,194 81 1,658 455 4,578 545,362
8 Aug 37 2,231 81 1,668 482 4,814 550,176
9 Aug 21 2,252 81 1,670 501 1,848 552,024
10 Aug 13 2,265 81 1,670 514 1,364 553,388
11 Aug 18 2,283 81 1,679 523 4,269 557,657
12 Aug 26 2,309 81 1,683 545 3,898 561,555
13 Aug 21 2,330 81 1,689 560 4,227 565,782
14 Aug 22 2,352 81 1,691 580 4,875 570,657
15 Aug 34 2,386 81 1,704 601 5,591 576,248
16 Aug 30 2,416 81 1,705 630 2,452 578,700
17 Aug 20 2,436 81 1,705 650 1,753 580,453
18 Aug 38 2,474 81 1,733 660 4,188 584,641
19 Aug 26 2,496 81 1,739 676 4,864 589,505
20 Aug 32 2,528 81 1,747 700 4,973 594,478
21 Aug 37 2,564 2 83 1,755 726 5,035 599,513
22 Aug 30 2,594 1 84 1,766 744 5,176 604,689
23 Aug 41 2,635 84 1,766 785 2,443 607,132
24 Aug 38 2,673 1 85 1,766 822 1,635 608,767
25 Aug 21 2,694 85 1,785 824 4,557 613,324
26 Aug 32 2,726 85 1,794 847 5,081 618,405
27 Aug 28 2,762 85 1,802 862 5,436 623,841
28 Aug 48 2,810 1 86 1,816 895 5,602 629,443
29 Aug 29 2,839 86 1,833 907 5,308 634,751
30 Aug 35 2,874 86 1,834 941 2,758 637,509
31 Aug 30 2,904 86 1,840 967 1,535 639,044
1 Sep 23 2,929 86 1,857 973 4,660 643,704
2 Sep 29 2,958 86 1,874 998 5,159 648,863
3 Sep 20 2,978 86 1,901 991 4,881 653,744
4 Sep 26 3,004 86 1,920 998
5 Sep 36 3,040 86 1,952 1,002
6 Sep 43 3,080 86 1,954 1,040
7 Sep 17 3,100 86 1,955 1,059
8 Sep 32 3,131 86 1,994 1,051
9 Sep 32 3,163 86 2,008 1,069 676,600
10 Sep 36 3,199 86 2,030 1,083 5,497 682,097
11 Sep 44 3,243 86 2,049 1,108 5,021 687,118
12 Sep 53 3,296 86 2,070 1,140 5,105 692,223
13 Sep 39 3,335 1 87 2,070 1,178 1,916 694,149
14 Sep 51 3,386 87 2,071 1,228 1,382 695,521
15 Sep 11 3,397 87 2,094 1,216
16 Sep 45 3,442 87 2,125 1,230
17 Sep 62 3,504 87 2,149 1,268
18 Sep 61 3,565 87 2,181 1,297
19 Sep 99 3,664 87 2,197 1,380
20 Sep 80 3,744 87 2,198 1,459
21 Sep 70 3,814 87 2,199 1,528
22 Sep 45 3,859 87 2,225 1,547
23 Sep 73 3,932 87 2,246 1,599
24 Sep 138 4,070 2 89 2,253 1,728
25 Sep 114 4,184 89 2,298 1,797
26 Sep 111 4,295 89 2,319 1,887 6,999 757,201
27 Sep 90 4,385 2 91 2,327 1,967 3,050 760,251
28 Sep 105 4,490 1 92 2,327 2,071 1,365 761,616
29 Sep 88 4,578 92 2,349 2,137 6,378 767,994
30 Sep 115 4,693 92 2,365 2,236 6,993 774,987
1 Oct 91 4,784 92 2,424 2,268 6,973 781,960
2 Oct 172 4,956 1 93 2,466 2,397 6,424 788,384
3 Oct 125 5,081 1 94 2,494 2,493 7,643 796,027
4 Oct 104 5,185 94 2,495 2,596 3,419 799,446
5 Oct 100 5,285 94 2,497 2,694 1,916 801,362
6 Oct 81 5,366 5 99 2,546 2,721 6,621 807,983
7 Oct 117 5,483 2 101 2,600 2,782 7,277 815,260
8 Oct 142 5,625 1 102 2,660 2,863 7,915 823,175
9 Oct 133 5,758 1 103 2,722 2,933 7,499 830,674
10 Oct 205 5,963 103 2,751 3,109 7,827 838,501
11 Oct 160 6,122 103 2,777 3,242 3,922 842,423
12 Oct 126 6,248 103 2,793 3,352 2,319 844,742
13 Oct 118 6,366 3 106 2,842 3,418 7,266 852,008
14 Oct 139 6,505 3 109 2,903 3,493 8,139 860,147
15 Oct 255 6,760 1 110 2,983 3,667 7,823 867,970
16 Oct 281 7,041 2 112 3,035 3,894 8,628 876,598
17 Oct 228 7,269 1 113 3,097 4,059 9,320 885,918
18 Oct 252 7,521 113 3,097 4,311 3,843 889,761
19 Oct 205 7,726 113 3,110 4,503 3,253 893,014
20 Oct 202 7,928 5 118 3,276 4,534 12,909 905,923
21 Oct 311 8,239 2 120 3,599 4,520 9,617 915,546
22 Oct 424 8,663 5 125 3,773 4,765 10,212 925,758
23 Oct 442 9,104 1 126 3,978 5,000 10,239 935,997
24 Oct 474 9,578 3 129 4,015 5,434 10,438 946,435
25 Oct 603 10,184 5 134 4,073 5,977 5,266 951,701
26 Oct 766 10,949 2 136 4,166 6,647 3,261 954,962
27 Oct 413 11,362 5 141 4,329 6,892 20,226 975,188
28 Oct 776 12,138 3 144 4,502 7,492 10,806 985,994
29 Oct 950 13,088 6 150 4,582 8,356 11,866 997,860
30 Oct 735 13,823 7 157 4,691 8,975 12,736 1,010,596
31 Oct 1,001 14,824 8 165 4,872 9,787 10,368 1,020,964
1 Nov 895 15,719 1 166 4,883 10,670 6,797 1,029,063
2 Nov 837 16,556 4 170 4,891 11,495 4,108 1,033,170
3 Nov 897 17,453 5 175 4,934 12,344 4,993 1,038,164
4 Nov 639 18,092 7 182 5,082 12,828 12,059 1,050,223
5 Nov 999 19,091 4 186 5,285 13,620 14,594 1,064,817
6 Nov 1,656 20,747 6 192 5,454 15,101 15,489 1,080,306
7 Nov 1,972 22,719 11 203 5,615 16,901 14,695 1,095,001
8 Nov 1,980 24,699 4 207 5,700 18,792 7,170 1,102,171
Total 96,463 863 5,700


Source: Government of the Republic of Lithuania

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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