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Poland opens all checkpoints for Ukrainians

The opening of new checkpoints will decrease passenger traffic and the number of queues at operational ones. Photo: Facebook

The opening of new checkpoints will decrease passenger traffic and the number of queues at operational ones. Photo: Facebook

From June 23, it will become easier for Ukrainians to come to Poland. On the Ukrainian-Polish border, the checkpoints Ustylug, Smilnytsia, and Uhryniv closed by Poland during the lockdown will again work. This was announced by the head of border control of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine Yuriy Lysyuk.

He added that due to the fact that new checkpoints will be opened, passenger traffic and queues will decrease at other checkpoints on the Polish border. Nevertheless, the State Border Guard Service recommends choosing a day from Monday to Wednesday if you need to travel to the European Union, since there are no queues at the border on these days.

Context. From March 30, Poland has imposed mandatory quarantine for foreigners arriving in the country. To avoid quarantine, one can present a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus with a WHO-approved vaccine. Four vaccines are currently approved in the EU:

At the same time, tourists are not allowed to enter the territory of Poland—only certain categories of people can enter the country.

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