Poland Opens Borders To US And More Countries

Poland Opens Borders To the US And More Countries

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0:00 – Poland Opens Borders To the US And More

01:42 – Poland Opens Borders To the US And More Countries

Due to the pandemic, the Polish government has implemented obligatory restrictions on Poland’s border. These restrictions limit foreign nationals’ entry and dictate quarantine restrictions upon crossing the border.

Travellers from EU Member States or Schengen Associated Countries are allowed entry without restrictions if they provide proof of vaccination authorised by the EU or they have proof of negative result to COVID-19 virus. All other travellers are required to stay self-isolated until they obtain a negative test result taken within 48 hours after crossing the border.

02:27 – Travel from outside EU and Schengen Zone

As of 19 June, the following nationals and residents can enter Poland for non-essential purposes.

Georgia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Thailand, South Korea, Tunisia, Australia, Israel, and the United States

Additionally, the following categories are allowed to enter Poland from any third country:
* Legal residents of Poland
* Foreigners who are close family members of Polish legal residents
* Persons holding a Polish Card (“Karta Polaka”)
* Foreigners holding a permanent or temporary residence permit and those who have a work permit of Poland
* Persons studying in Poland
* Citizens of European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries, European Union Member States, and Switzerland, along with their family members
* Citizens of the United Kingdom, Belarus and their family members

03:37 – Poland’s entry Restriction

Non-vaccinated persons travelling to Poland from a third country are subject to a pre-departure COVID-19 test (PCR or antigenic) taken within 48 hours prior to arrival and must self-isolate after arrival. Individuals who are required to stay self-isolated are allowed to skip their isolation if they obtain a negative test result within 48 hours after crossing the border.

The quarantine requirement does not apply to individuals who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for more than 14 days from the last dose of a vaccine that has been authorised in the European Union.

Children under the age of 12, travelling together with their parents who have been vaccinated against the virus or present a negative test result, are also exempted.

Those travelling from India, South Africa and Brazil are not eligible for quarantine exemption based on a test performed within 48 hours after entry. This possibility is allowed only after 7 days from entry.

05:17 – Poland & the EU Digital Covid Certificate

06:18 – Transit Through Poland

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