On 28 May 2021, the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control updated the list of countries to which it is not recommended to travel.
Travellers from abroad where the 14-day cumulative number of Covid-19 cases per 100 000 inhabitants exceeds 50 cases per 100 000, have to comply with 10 day self-isolation.
Self-isolation will be required by those returning or travelling in transit through these European countries. These countries are Spain, Andorra, Monaco, France, Sanmarino, Croatia, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Sweden, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Denmark, Slovakia, Germany, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Cyprus, Lithuania, Estonia, Portugal, Norway, Greece. Similarly, the 10-day quarantine should also be respected when returning from other third countries, including Russia and Belarus.
Travellers returning to Latvia from countries where the 14-day cumulative number of Covid-19 cases per 100 000 exceeds 50 cases per 100 000 inhabitants must self-isolate and have home quarantine for the next 10 days and keep up with their state of health.
Self-isolation is not required for people who come from countries where the 14-day cumulative number of Covid-19 cases per 100,000 does not exceed 50 cases per 100,000.
The countries returning from which self-isolation is not needed are Iceland, the Vatican, Malta, Finland, Romania, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Rwanda, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Israel.
However, anyone arriving in Latvia from a country where the morbidity risk assessment is higher than 50 cases per 100,000 self-isolation is required.