On Monday, May 11, in an online discussion among the Health Ministers from the Baltic States, conditions on travel across Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia were determined, regarding both inhabitants of the Baltic States and outside.
"For inhabitants of the Baltic States, travel across the three countries will be possible without quarantine. On the other hand, those who enter the states from other countries will have to comply with 14-day quarantine," said the Health Minister.
"It is allowed to travel to our neighboring states as of May 15; however, people must ask themselves whether it really is necessary."
Ministers also agreed that upon entering the Baltic States, travelers will receive information from mobile operators on conditions to be met.
Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs confirmed May 12 that a Memorandum of Understanding on the new "Baltic bubble" travel zone will be signed in Rīga on May 15.
Another Baltic Foreign Ministers meeting, sorting out last details of Memorandum of Understanding for common Baltic travel space or Baltic bubble. It will open our borders for travel of out citizens and help our economies. We will sign it in Riga on Friday ?? ?? ?? pic.twitter.com/3Utl057Ria— Edgars Rinkēvičs (@edgarsrinkevics) May 12, 2020
The Prime Ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have agreed to open internal borders on May 15. The tourism sector has welcomed the announcement that it would be possible to take trips within the Baltic States and to assemble up to 25 people.