Last Updated on February 23, 2023
This article was originally published on 1 Nov. 2021 and was updated on 17 Feb. 2022 and 2 Feb. 2022 to reflect new information.
17 Feb. 2022 Update: On 11 Feb. 2022, the government of Poland reduced their quarantine period requirements and removed distinctions between quarantine requirements for Polish citizens and foreign nationals entering the country. All travelers entering Poland will now be required to undergo a seven-day quarantine period. Previously, this quarantine period had been 10 days.
2 Feb. 2022 Update: The government of Poland will extend quarantine requirements until 28 Feb. 2022. Under the current quarantine measures, travelers arriving from EU member states, the Schengen Area, or Turkey are subject to a 10-day quarantine upon entry. Travelers arriving from places outside of the European Union, Schengen Area, or Turkey are subject to a 14-day quarantine upon entry. During the quarantine period, travelers may not leave their place of quarantine and must comply with testing protocols.
- Poland will extend quarantine measures until Nov. 30, 2021
The Polish government announced that it would extend current quarantine measures for travelers entering the country until Nov. 30, 2021.
What are the Changes?
The Polish government has extended quarantine measures for non-exempt travelers until Nov. 30, 2021 due to COVID-19. Under the current quarantine measures, travelers are subject to a 10-day quarantine upon entry. During the quarantine period, travelers may not leave their place of quarantine residence and must comply with testing protocols.
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