“Meet a local online” – a platform to support expats in Vilnius during quarantine
Current situation is uneasy to everyone. However, expats living in Vilnius who do not speak Lithuanian face a separate set of challenges. To make sure that everyone stays informed and well-integrated “Go Vilnius” launched the “Meet a Local Online” initiative.
The purpose of this platform is to assist the expats with the following issues:
1) translating/interpreting communication with public authorities on COVID-19 related issues
2) answering questions related to COVID-19
To receive assistance, please fill in this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSckqjEfvA07uultiJym_6fI8VuMlM3hHUa4Yn3aH_aYW9MUwA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1sonZ5_nfQ9U4z4mt-L6bfrXR8hiWbrVwZoJEoZadSv3-iQcG1JoHbp3k
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