Only people who live or work in Nemencine will be allowed to enter the town. Others will have to get a special permit from the National Public Health Center.
No one will be allowed to leave the town except those who work elsewhere and who need to leave because of health reasons.
Car travel within the town remains unrestricted.
According to Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, the movement of goods and cargos will not be restricted, but police will be on duty to enforce strict quarantine rules and punish flouters. Moreover, people who must self-isolate will be monitored and controlled.
"I have been assured that Nemencine residents will definitely not lack products as there are plenty of shops and their operation will not be suspended," he posted on Facebook before the Cabinet's meeting.
These measures are being put in place after some 20 coronavirus infections were recorded at the Nemencine-based sewing enterprise Vilnika, and also one case was confirmed at Senevita, a local care home. The latter's representatives said on Wednesday the whole personnel and around 200 people in care, over 350 people in total, will be tested.
A total of 1,091 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Lithuania so far. 29 people have died of the virus and 138 have recovered.
On 27 May Lithuanian government has allowed renewing more flights to Germany and the Netherlands .