The Ministry of Health confirmed a new case of COVID-19 in Lithuania. It is the 4th case on Tuesday, 17th March.
8 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday in Lithuania
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The confirmed patient has a recent travel history in Netherlands. He is isolated and treated in Vilnius.

On Tuesday evening the government informed about 3 new confirmed cases in the country. All patients are in the Santara hospital in Vilnius.

Update: late Tuesday evening the 8th COVID-19 case was confirmed for the day. A patient is treated in Vilnius and has recent travel history in Austria.

Overall, there are 25 confirmed coronavirus cases in Lithuania.

On Monday, 14th March, Lithuania introduces quarantine. All people that just came from abroad have to self-isolate themselves for 14 days.

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