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This May, Poland has seen a significant decline in coronavirus cases leading to the gradual easing of restrictions across the country.

Hotels and other guest accommodations are now open to tourists. To ensure the safety of the guests, services are provided under a strict sanitary regime plus additional restrictions such as a maximum of 50% of the venue’s capacity.

Outdoor dining facilities such as outdoor seating areas of restaurants are open, and from May 28th, all indoor dining areas will open. Services in these facilities will also be operating under a strict sanitary regime and in the case of indoor dining areas, a maximum of 50% of the original capacity will also be applied.

Face coverings are not mandatory outdoors. However, face coverings are currently compulsory across the country in indoor settings such as shops and on public transport. Art galleries and museums are now open with COVID-secure measures. Theme parks resume operations at a maximum of 50% of capacity.

Travellers arriving in Poland from the Schengen Area or from the UK are subject to a 10-day quarantine unless they have tested negative for COVID-19. Travellers must present a negative PCR or lateral flow antigen test result written in English that has been taken within the 48 hours prior to arrival.

Travellers can terminate their 10-day quarantine early by completing a test in Poland and receiving a negative test result.

All travellers arriving in Poland from outside the Schengen Area are subject to a mandatory quarantine period of 10 days. They can terminate their quarantine early by receiving a negative test result that has been taken in Poland within 48 hours of arrival. This excludes travellers arriving from India, South Africa, and Brazil. Travellers arriving from these destinations are only able to leave quarantine following a negative test result a minimum of 7 days after their arrival in Poland.

People fully vaccinated with vaccines authorised for use in the EU are exempt from quarantine.

Source: https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus

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Polish National Tourist Office
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