Since September 9, Poland has included Ukrainian citizens in the category of persons who are allowed to enter its territory, in particular for tourism purposes. At the same time, the country released those who have a certificate of complete vaccination or a certificate of recovery from mandatory quarantine.
According to the information on the interactive map of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the ten-day quarantine period will be reduced from the 9th of September if the traveler has a negative PCR test for coronavirus done no earlier than 7 days before crossing the border. In this case, a record in the teleinformation system of a negative test result made by the diagnostic laboratory is considered to be the quarantine completion. The same regulations apply to children as well.
Who is exempt from quarantine in Poland:
- persons vaccinated against COVID-19 (documentary evidence in English or Polish of a full course of vaccination with a vaccine registered in the EU—Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Jonson & Jonson)
- documentary evidence that a person has had COVID-19;
- drivers and crew members of air, railway, shipping, and motor vehicles, inspectors of the maritime administration, students with an accompanying person, students, trainees, postgraduate students, doctoral students, diplomats, healthcare workers, workers in agricultural enterprises, athletes and coaches, doctors, physiatrists, judges, accredited journalists entering Poland to participate in sports events, persons holding a permanent residence permit or a long-term resident card of an EU member state and their family members entering Poland for the purpose of transit through its territory.
Context. It also became known today that Norway and Finland changed the entry regulations for vaccinated Ukrainians.