Poland reopened its borders to welcome select tourists from EU and EFTA nations as of June 13, 2020. Poland also expanded to allow a list of third-country nations to enjoy what it has to offer.
Who Can Enter Poland?
Poland first allowed EU countries to visit. However, it expanded to a list of third-party countries and 4 EFTA nations as well.
Here’s the list of countries that can visit Poland without restrictions:
September 8 update: Poland revised its list of banned countries. China and Russia have been removed from the list. While Spain, Belgium, and Luxembourg have been added.
Are There Any Mandatory Tests/Quarantine To Enter Poland?
None. Countries listed above will not have to quarantine or isolate or attend testing when they arrive in Poland.
Other Entry Rules For Tourists Visiting Poland
The government of Poland is asking all visitors to adhere to local health laws, abide by social distancing and the wearing of masks in designated places.
All air passengers must complete a public health locator form before travel.
In addition as of May 30, face masks are no longer required outside as long as social distancing is being observed. Although face masks are still required inside public buildings. And places such as churches, cinemas, hair salons, restaurants, shops, and public transport.
What’s Open in Poland?
Face covering is no longer mandatory in public spaces if the social distancing is observed. Face covering is still mandatory in stores, public transportation, houses of worship, etc.
- Occupancy restrictions for stores, restaurants, coffee shops, markets, houses of worship, and post office. Practicing social distancing still in effect.
- Gatherings and outdoor concerts but up to 150 persons.
- Hotels, movies, theaters, opera houses, fitness clubs, swimming pools, tanning salons, massage parlors, event halls are open with some restrictions.
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