1. The following health care / treatment services shall be provided to war refugees from Ukraine:
These services are paid for by the State Health Insurance Fund under the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Lithuania. Information on health care services [leaflet].
2. Lithuania has also made it possible for refugees who have left the war-torn country and have settled in Lithuania to be vaccinated against COVID-19. For registration for vaccination against COVID-19 disease: short number 1808 (by calling the non-Lithuanian number +370 66 01 1808). The hotline operators are currently able to communicate in English and Russian, and opportunities are being sought through Ukrainian-speaking operators. In Lithuania, there are four vaccines to choose from for primary vaccination against COVID-19: Comirnaty, Spikevax, Vaxzevria and Nuvaxovid. A booster dose of Comirnaty or Spikevax is available, and individuals who have been vaccinated with Janssen may also receive a booster dose of the same vaccine. More information about vaccines and the vaccination process in Lithuanian, English, Russian and Polish can be found here: https://koronastop.lrv.lt/.
3. The community of dentists and oral care professionals also supports Ukraine in the fight against the aggressor Russia, and will help the Ukrainian population affected by the war and who came to Lithuania with free necessary dental care. Such assistance will be provided by dental institutions in various Lithuanian cities for both children and adult war refugees. A list of service providers can be found here.
4. Association Diabeto IQ provides free diabetic care supplies (insulin, needles, glucose test strips and glucose monitors) for Ukrainian people with type 1 (juvenile) diabetes. Supplies available everywhere in Lithuania. Learn more here.
5. Free health insurance for minors https://www.ld.lt/dovanojame-draudima-ukrainos-vaikams, ph. 1828.