Poland has introduced mandatory quarantine since March 30 for those who come from the Schengen area. In order not to be quarantined, a person can do a coronavirus test that will have a negative result and be done no later than 48 hours before entry.
This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Infrastructure of the country Marcin Horała, RMF24 reports. At the same time, those who come to Poland from outside the Schengen area must also be quarantined. They can only avoid it if they do a PCR or antigen test for COVID-19 in Poland and if the result is negative.
According to government spokesman Piotr Müller, the regulations apply to everyone who arrives by air and land.
Context. Earlier, Poland simplified the procedure for hiring medics from Ukraine, Belarus,and Moldova. The reason was the staffing shortage due to the coronavirus pandemic.