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🦠 Poland COVID-19 travel requirements
Last updated: 11 October 2021, 14:40 (GMT +4)
Travel to Poland
Effective 2 August 2021, all passengers must fill out the and present a proof of acknowledgment, either saved or printed, at check-in. Passengers who are unable to prove acknowledgment of the Electronic Passenger Locator Forms will not be accepted for travel.
The quarantine period will be reduced after receiving a negative COVID-19 test result. The test can be conducted after crossing the Polish border no more than 7 days from the time of arrival.
Children crossing external borders are subject to the same restrictions as adults.
- Only persons vaccinated against COVID 19 with a vaccine authorised in the EU and where at least 14 days have passed since the last day of vaccination, convalescents and certain categories of persons (e.g. diplomats, soldiers, aircraft crew, etc.), as well as persons holding a negative COVID-19 test result confirmed with the EU Digital COVID certificate or with an equivalent certificate can enter Poland without mandatory quarantine. Please check authorised in the EU.
- Passengers traveling by air from countries which are not part the Schengen area who, after arriving in Poland, stay in the country for no longer than 24 hours and have an air ticket confirming departure within 24 hours, counting from the moment of arrival in Poland.
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