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Since 13 June 2020, Poland has restored border traffic within the internal borders of the European Union. This means that you can travel and cross the internal borders of the European Union. Travellers once again have the right to enter, leave and transit freely across the territory of the Republic of Poland.

Rules for travellers travelling to Poland from the Schengen area

  • Travellers are quarantined unless they submit a negative COVID-19 test result. The test has to be done no later than 48 hours before crossing the border.
  • Type of test: PCR or antigen.
  • The solution will cover all means of transport: collective and individual transport, as well as crossing the border on foot.
  • Travellers who have been quarantined in Poland will be able to take a test, the negative result of which will allow them to finish the quarantine.

Rules for travellers travelling to Poland from outside the Schengen area

  • Each traveller is placed in quarantine.
  • A test carried out in the country from which the person arrives will not allow them to be exempt from the quarantine.
  • Travellers who have been quarantined may take a test in Poland, the negative result of which will allow them to finish the quarantine.
  • Type of test: PCR or antigen.

Important! People travelling from India, South Africa and Brazil do not have the possibility of being exempt from quarantine on the basis of a test performed within 48 hours after returning to Poland. Such a possibility is only allowed after 7 days. The quarantine obligation is deemed fulfilled when a negative test result is entered into the ICT system by a medical diagnostic laboratory.

Important! People vaccinated against COVID-19 are exempt from quarantine. This applies to people who have been issued a certificate of vaccination with a vaccine that has been authorised in the European Union.

Valid until further notice.