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COVID19 Restrictions

The epidemiological situation in Poland remains very good.
About 350 new cases with a positive COVID-19 test are recorded daily.
Poland is still marked green on a map published by the European Centre for Disease
Prevention and Control.
https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/covid-19/situation-updates/weekly-maps-coordinated-
restriction-free-movement 

Domestic restrictions

Only petty restrictions on public life are introduced in the territory of Poland at present. The
police control compliance with regulations and fines are imposed for a breach of the rules.

BORDERS AND INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC


QUARANTINE: 

Rules for travellers from the EU Member States, Schengen Area, and Turkey arriving in Poland:

Regardless of the means of transport used (collective, individual, or when crossing the border on foot), travellers are subject to a 10-day quarantine upon entry, unless they meet one of the following conditions:

  • they are fully vaccinated with all vaccine doses required and 14 days have passed since their final dose was administered (counting from the day following the last vaccination date). The vaccination must be certified by the EU digital COVID certificate or another document, in Polish or English, confirming vaccination with a vaccine that has been authorised in the European Union,
  • they had been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus (so-called convalescents), no later than 6 months before the day of crossing the Polish border. Convalescents must present a document confirming that they had indeed been infected, issued in Polish or English; acceptable documents include the EU digital COVID certificate,
  • they present a negative COVID-19 test result, confirmed with an EU COVID certificate or another document in Polish or English. Such a test must be performed no earlier than 48 hours before crossing the border.
  • they are children under 12 years of age who are travelling under the supervision of adults vaccinated against COVID19 or have a negative COVID-19 test result,
  • they are subject to other exemptions listed in Art. 3 of the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 6 May 2021 on the establishment of certain restrictions, orders, and prohibitions in connection with the occurrence of an epidemic.

Travellers who have been quarantined may perform a test within 48 hours of crossing the border, with a negative test result releasing them from quarantine:

  • Test type: RT-PCR or antigen.
  • The tests are not publicly funded.

The above rules apply to travellers from:

  • European Union Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, Netherlands, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Malta, Germany, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Hungary, and Italy,
  • 4 non-EU countries that are part of the Schengen Area – Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein,
  • from Turkey, with which a special agreement has been concluded.

Rules for travellers from outside the European Union, Schengen Area, and Turkey arriving in Poland:

Regardless of the means of transport used (collective, individual, or when crossing the border on foot), travellers are subject to a 10-day quarantine upon entry, unless they meet one of the following conditions:

  • they are fully vaccinated with all vaccine doses required and 14 days have passed since their final dose was administered (counting from the day following the last vaccination date), and their vaccination is certified by the EU digital COVID certificate or another document, in Polish or English, confirming vaccination with a vaccine that has been authorised in the European Union,
  • they are children under 12 years of age who are travelling under the supervision of adults vaccinated against COVID19,
  • they had been infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus (so-called convalescents), no later than 6 months before the day of crossing the Polish border. Convalescents must present a document confirming that they had indeed been infected, issued in Polish or English; acceptable documents include the EU digital COVID certificate,
  • they are subject to exemptions listed in Art. 3 of the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 6 May 2021 on the establishment of certain restrictions, orders, and prohibitions in connection with the occurrence of an epidemic.|
    Travellers who have been quarantined in Poland may perform a test – on the 8th day at the earliest, counting from the day after crossing the border – with a negative result releasing them from quarantine. When calculating the 7-day quarantine period, the expiry of which entitles travellers to have a diagnostic test performed on the eighth day, the day of crossing the Polish border is not taken into account).

Note: Individuals who stay within the territory of the Republic of Poland for no more than 24 hours and have a ticket confirming their departure abroad within this period are not subject to quarantine.

INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY TRAFFIC

International passenger transport by rail that crosses the Polish border is suspended.

SOCIAL LIFE

RESTRICTIONS CONCERNING MOVEMENT: 

1.5 METER – MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN PEDESTRIANS
COVERING YOUR MOUTH AND NOSE ONLY WITH A MASK IN PUBLIC SPACES 
(buses, trams and trains, in shops, malls, banks, markets and post offices, in cinemas and theatres, hospitals, churches, government offices). 

CULTURAL EVENTS – SELECTED RESTRICTIONS:

Museums and art galleries:
Museums and art galleries are open and can operate under a strict sanitary regime. A limit of 1 person per 10 m2 is in effect.
This number does not include persons vaccinated against COVID-19.

FAIRS, EXHIBITIONS, CONGRESSES AND CONFERENCES
Trade fairs, congresses and conferences can be organised provided that the limit of 1 person per 10 m2 is complied with.
Up to 150 people may participate in a public gathering at the same time. 

This number does not include persons vaccinated against COVID-19.
Participants are required to maintain a distance of 1.5 m from others. 
Wearing masks covering both mouth and nose is mandatory.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT
All means of public transport across Poland may only make up to 100% of seats available to passengers

SHOPPING CENTRES AND LARGE-FORMAT STORES
Shopping malls, DIY and furniture shops are open. They are allow to operate under a strict sanitary regime, with a limit of 1 person per 10 m2.

GASTRONOMY
Gastronomic establishments operate under a strict sanitary regime at no more than 75% occupancy. A distance between individual tables must be maintained.

Hotel restaurants
Hotel restaurants operate under a strict sanitary regime at no more than 75% occupancy. A distance between individual tables must be maintained.

HOTELS
Hotels have resumed operations. A 75% occupancy limit is in effect.
The limit shall not apply to persons fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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