Prevalence of COVID-19 and course of security measures in Latvia.
Last updated 25.03.2022
Covid-19 security measures will be lifted as of 1 April; some will remain in particularly high-risk environments
As the incidence of Covid-19 decreases, the current epidemiological safety measures will be lifted from 1 April. Some of them will only be maintained in environments where there is a par...
From 1 April, the entry rules into Latvia have been reduced
According to the government decision, the requirement to enter Latvia from the European Union (EU), European Economic Area countries, Switzerland and the United Kingdom with an interoper...
From 1 March 2022, the entry rules will change
According to the government decision, the requirement to enter Latvia with an interoperable COVID-19 vaccination or recovery certificate or a negative COVID-19 test result remains in for...
Government supports the gradual reduction of safety measures
Today, 15 February, the Government supported a three-step plan proposed by the Ministry of Health (MoD) to gradually and responsibly reduce safety measures, considering the still difficu...
Medical face masks or respirators will be required in public places; changes in isolation and home quarantine period
In order to limit the increasing spread of the Covid-19 Omicron variant more efficiently, only medical masks or unvalved respirators will be permitted in areas where face masks are requi...
State of emergency has been extended until 28 February
In order to prevent the risks related to the rapid spread and incidence rate of Covid-19, especially its new variant, omicron, for the provision of public functions, including health car...
Arriving from eight countries, also vaccinated persons and persons recovered from Covid-19 will require a negative Covid test
In light of the rapid spread of the new variant of Covid-19 - Omicron - in Europe and the need to introduce measures to reduce its spread in Latvia, the Government today approved amendme...