Blog Article / 04 March 2022
Covid 19 in Poland – current situation (updated on March 31st)
The tourism industry in Poland is opening up after mass vaccination programs and is fully ready to welcome tourists again.
The long-awaited return to normal seems to have arrived in Poland, following other European countries. All restrictions have been lifted for the tourism industry, so we are happy and excited to welcome tourists again.
From which countries can you fly to Poland?
From March 28th 2022, all restrictions upon entering Poland have been lifted, you can fly into Poland as long as you have all necessary visa requirements.
If you want to be sure what the requirements are, visit the website of the Border Guard.
Do I need to be vaccinated or take a Covid19 test to enter Poland?
As mentioned before all restrictions upon entering Poland have been lifted, there is no obligation to:
- present COVID certificates when crossing the border;
- test for SARS-CoV-2;
- undergo the so-called entry quarantine.
What is open in Poland?
Where everything from hotels, restaurants, and museums were opened before under certain regulations, everything has returned back to normal. You can experience Poland the same way as you would before the pandemic, with all the tourist attractions, hotels, and restaurants open at full capacity.
Do I need to be vaccinated to enter a hotel or a restaurant in Poland?
You do not need to show your vaccination certificate or a negative Covid test to enter any of the above-mentioned places, as well as in any other place.
Are masks obligatory in Poland?
Whereas masks were mandatory before in public transport, museums, stores, and other indoor spaces, they are not obligatory anymore there. The only places where facemasks are still required are in healthcare facilities, such as hospitals and clinics. You do not need to wear masks in open spaces, or inside. However, if you feel more comfortable wearing a mask you are completely free to do so.
What about social distancing?
While social distancing is not mandatory anymore, it is still advised by the government.
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