En De
Total doses
given
55.3M
People fully
vaccinated
22.5M
% Fully
vaccinated
58.82%
Masks
Not required
COVID-19 test
Not required
Quarantine
Not required
Passenger Locator Form
Not required
Health form
Not required
Vaccination
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Insurance
Not required
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): None
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): None
Test on arrival (vaccinated): None
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): None

Quarantine:

06.05.2022

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

COVID-19 travel restrictions have been lifted in Poland.

Travellers must verify if they belong to the categories allowed to enter Poland, listed on the website of the Border Police.

05.05.2022

28/12/2020: all travellers entering the country; regardless nationality; crossing external and internal borders of the EU using mass transportation; i.e. bus with more than 7 passengers; vessels; trains; planes; have to be home-quarantined at their place of destination for 10 days. People providing certificate of vaccination are exempted. (There are 27 other categories of exceptions which incl. among others: crews of planes; vessels; trains and buses; drivers of the commercial transport and cargo; PL and allies officers on duty of military; police; state administration; etc.; officers of international organisations and diplomats (incl. families); and with justifying certificates: researchers; sportsmen; and students of PL schools/universities.).; 30/03/2021: COVID-19 negative tests performed in non-Schengen area are not recognised. Travelers coming from non-Schengen have to be quarantined and tested in 48 hours. Negative test releases from quarantine. Travelers from India; Brasil and South Africa can be tested after 7 days - the negative test before the arrival does not release from the quarantine.; 09/07/2021 Travelers from Great Britain; Northern Ireland and outside the Schengen Area and the EEA can only be tested and released after 7 days.; 17/7/2021 A person crossing the state border of Poland by plane should fill in the traveller's location card before checking in. 19/8/2021 Travelers from Northern Ireland are able to be released from quarantine up to 48 hours after crossing the border if they provide a negative test; in case they do not have the necessary documents during their entrance into the country. Only those arriving from countries outside EU-Schengen-Turkey are obliged to quarantine for 7 days. ;28/03/2022 From March 28; 2022; all travel restrictions are lifted.

05.05.2022

First confirmed case in Poland - 04.03. Conditions of the isolation of the infected patients are described in the Regulation of the Minister of Heatlh of 6 April 2020 on hospitalisation; isolation; quarantine and epidemiological surveillance. Since 2 September the obligatory period of isolation is 13 days from the onset of symptoms or can be terminated after 3 days without symptoms. Since January 2021 the isolation should last 10 days for COVID-19 positive persons with no symptoms; up to 13 days from the beginning of symptoms. ; 15/02/2022 Isolation is reduced to 7 days. ; 28/03/2022 From Monday (March 28; 2022); the obligation to isolate and quarantine was abolished.

05.05.2022

10 days quarantine for contacts with persons infected with SARS-CoV-2 and all members in the same household. During the quarantine; one cannot leave the house (even for shopping; walking the dog; or visiting a doctor). In case of the onset of symptoms; they need to contact by phone a sanitary-epidemiological station. People under quarantine use a government app that tracks their location. The restriction does not apply to healthcare workers and SARS-CoV-2 negative persons. Since 28 December 2020; the restriction does not apply to vaccinated persons. ; 25/01/2022 Asymptomatic people will be released from quarantine after 7 days if they test negative. From quarantine are exempted people co-living with a person in quarantine; people fully vaccinated against COVID-19; and people who have recovered from COVID-19; i.e. people who got infected with COVID-19; no later than 6 months from the date of obtaining a positive result of a diagnostic test for SARS-CoV-2. ; 15/02/2022 People living with the person in isolation; who ended isolation themselves within the last 30 days are exempted from quarantine. ;28/03/2022 From Monday (March 28; 2022); the obligation to isolate and quarantine was abolished.

23.11.2021

Quarantine of all members in the same household as the SARS-CoV-2 infected or quarantined person (coming back from outside EU or in contact with a confirmed case). During the quarantine one cannot leave the house (even for shopping; to walk the dog or visit a doctor). In case of onset of symptoms they need to contact by phone a sanitary-epidemiological station. People under quarantine use a government app that tracks their location. As of 2/09 the quarantine period was shortened rom 14 to 10 days. No need for testing of non-symptomatic persons. In case of symptoms the isolation should last minimum 13 days from the onset. As of 15 September citizens of Republic of Belarus entering Poland are not quarantined.

09.11.2021

15/03/2020 All Polish and EU countries and non-EU countries nationals coming to Poland were subject to 14-days quarantine in their place of destination under the penalty of 1.200 EUR. ; 16/05/2020 Polish nationals; EU/EEA workers and students are exempted from the quarantine.

09.11.2021

13/06/2020 only people crossing EU external border entering Poland must quarantine. People under quarantine use a government app that tracks their location. People traveling from indicated non-EU countries were banned from entry. ; 02/09/2020 the quarantine is reduced to 10 days for travellers

26.05.2021

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to category.

Travellers arriving in Poland by plane, bus, or other means of public transport, who do not provide a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen), are required to quarantine for 10 days, counting from the day following the day of entry. In addition, all travellers returning from the Czech Republic and Slovakia - also those who cross the border by car - must quarantine for 10 days. The quarantine period may be ended by taking a PCR test after arrival. If the result of this test is negative, the period of quarantine can end.

Travellers who have been vaccinated for COVID-19 are exempted from compulsory quarantine (a certificate of vaccination is needed).

18.01.2021

ProteGO Safe - on Google Play and Apple Store; a user answer questions and an algorithm assess their health; Bluetooth modules allowing to collect info if we encountered ill people are in development.

18.01.2021

Home Medical Care Programme for COVID-19 confirmed cases. Patients covered by the Home Medical Care program will be subject to remote monitoring of parameters; including arterial blood oxygen saturation; heart rate; temperature and disease symptoms. The program will use the pulse oximeter as a diagnostic tool and the PulsoCare application for data transfer and monitoring. Consultants and doctors will monitor the results of patient measurements and will call the Ambulance Service if necessary. All cases over 55 years old are automatically registered to the system. Patients below 55 years old can be referred to the programme by their GP or can register themselves on the website.