- The situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic is still very dynamic, so when planning a trip, it is worth keeping this in mind
- You should pay attention not only to the rules in force in the country that is the destination of our trip, but also in the countries we will pass through
- Currently, many countries require proof of vaccination, a COVID-19 certificate, or a negative test result
- However, some countries still do not require specific permission to leave and stay, such as Albania, Montenegro or Spain
- More such topics can be found on the homepage of Onet.pl
The situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic is still very dynamic. The entry rules for different countries are still frequent They change quickly. Therefore, when planning a vacation, we must take this into account. For your convenience, we have prepared a map of Europe and put it on it Information on the current rules for entering individual countries.
Detailed information on entering countries frequented by Poles
Currently, when choosing a vacation abroad, you should take into account not only the rules that prevail in the country you are entering, but also Restrictions in the countries we pass through. It may turn out that the country that is the destination of our trip does not require a test, but the country we pass along the way does. Then we may have trouble stopping or using different types of services in a particular country.
Currently, Albania does not require specific permission to leave and reside. Tourists who go on vacation to this country do not have to undergo quarantine. There is also no need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result upon entry.
Tourists from Poland crossing the Austrian border should show up Negative test result PCR done up to 72 hours before entering the country or a negative result for a COVID-19 rapid antigen test performed up to 48 hours. before entering the country. It is also accepted 24 hour self-made antigen test
Releases the obligation to perform the test Certificate confirming receipt of the vaccine. Two-dose vaccines are entitled to enter from the 21st to 90 days after the first dose, and in the case of the second vaccination – up to 270 days from the second dose. On the other hand, single-dose vaccines have the right to enter from the twenty-second day to the ninth month after vaccination.
People who arrived with COVID-19 in the last 180 days They are also exempted from the obligation to take the test, provided they are able to confirm this with an appropriate certificate.
Transit travelers planning a stay in Austria (eg overnight, shopping, restaurant visits, sightseeing), You must meet one of the conditions listed above.
Currently, Poland is recognized as a low-risk green zone by Bulgaria. This means that Polish tourists Entering the territory of the Republic of Belarus is possible upon presentation of a valid digital COVID certificate from the European Union Or a similar document containing the same data as the EU digital certificate.
He is also respectable Negative test result PCR done up to 72 hours before entering the country or a negative result for a COVID-19 rapid antigen test performed up to 48 hours. before entering the country.
Individuals are exempted from showing documents related to COVID-19 On its way through the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria, In the event that you can guarantee the immediate departure from the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria and the children Until the age of 12 years.
Until recently, Polish tourists could travel to Croatia without having to show a negative test result at the border. However, since July 1, the state has tightened entry rules.
Therefore, at present, people who wish to enter the territory of the Republic of Croatia are obliged to do so Submit EU COVID certification. Persons who prove are exempt from this requirement Negative test result PCR – no more than 72 hours old. or a rapid antigen test (from the list of tests accepted by member states of the European Union, which are performed in a laboratory) – no more than 48 hours old.
I can also cross the border travelers who They were vaccinated with the first dose of the vaccine Pfizer, Moderna or Gamaleja (Sputnik V) may enter Croatia for a minimum of 22 days and a maximum of 42 days after vaccination. For AstraZeneca, this period is a minimum of 22 days and a maximum of 84 days from the first dose of the vaccine.
People who Show confirmation that they are out of COVID-19 and vaccinated with a single dose of the vaccine Within six months of the onset of COVID-19, vaccination was less than 210 days before crossing the border. You must have confirmations of COVID-19 infection and vaccinations.
People are also exempt from showing a COVID certificate He recovered from COVID-19 in the past 6 months (so-called convalescent) after showing a doctor’s confirmation of illness or a positive PCR or antigen test result (tests that are done for a maximum of 180 days, but at least 11 days before crossing the border).
Children up to 12 years old Traveling under the care of parents/guardians who have a COVID certificate from the EU or meet the above requirements for entry into Croatia, Exempt from the test requirements.
From June 5, 2021, entry into Montenegro for tourists from Poland and other EU countries It is possible without the need to show documents confirming the test or vaccination against the Corona virus. Initially, these rules were in effect until July 2, but were extended until July 16 this year.
Currently, Poland is recognized by the Czech Republic as a safe country in terms of risk of infection with COVID-19. This means that entry from Poland to the Czech Republic It takes place without restrictions. However, in order to use the infrastructure of hotels and restaurants in the Czech Republic, travelers from Poland Must have: Certificate of Vaccination, Coronavirus Disease or Negative Test Result.
It should be noted that the above rules will change from July 9 this year from that date, non-vaccinated people will have to complete a border registration form and submit an antigen test or PCR test. It is possible to take the test in the Czech Republic, but no later than the fifth day after your arrival. People who have been fully vaccinated or convalescing do not have to take the tests.
Passengers arriving in Greece It should have a negative test result PCR was performed no later than 72 hours later. Before arrival or take an antigen test no later than 48 hours. before arrival. The test is not mandatory For children under 12 years old.
people who Completed a full course of vaccination They are able to confirm this by presenting the relevant certificate of vaccination.
People who You may have coronavirus infection, you may enter Greece based on a positive test result PCR or antigen testing is carried out in the period of 2-9 months before the planned introduction. In the event that the traveler does not obtain the result of a test taken previously (for example, he lost it), he can contact the laboratory that performed the test and obtain the test certificate.
Poland is not on the risk list, so when you travel to this country, No additional health certificate is required. Before departure, it is only necessary to fill out the HEALTH-SPTH FOR Spain TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH.
When traveling to Germany from Poland by road, You do not need to provide tests, vaccination certificates, or go into quarantine. However, when traveling to this country by plane, before boarding the plane, you must provide a negative antigen test result, which is done as soon as 48 hours. Before flight or PCR, no more than 72 hours. They are not subject to this obligation Children up to six years old. When traveling to Germany from Poland, instead of taking a test, you can provide a certificate of vaccination or a test confirming that the infection has passed.
Polish travelers to Portugal . are required to Corona virus test result is negative It is performed using the PCR method, which must be done within the past 72 hours. Before boarding a flight to mainland Portugal. An antigen test performed within the past 48 hours is also accepted. before boarding the plane. They are exempt from this obligation Children up to 12 years old.
In addition, from July 1 in the territory of Portugal You can enter on the basis of the EU COVID certificate.
Passengers from Poland traveling to Slovakia are required to come at the border Negative test result certificate PCR on COVID-19 is no more than 72 hours old. A negative COVID-19 antigen test result of no more than 24 hours is also accepted. absolve him of this duty Certificate of receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine or infection. No need to provide documents by persons who Under 18 years old.
From July 9 when entering the country There will be a quarantine for all people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. Currently, upon arrival from most countries of the European Union, a negative test for coronavirus is sufficient. Before entering Slovakia, unvaccinated must fill in Online registration form. In the case of compulsory quarantine The first test to complete will be available for five days.
From July 5, they were introduced in Slovakia More detailed border inspections The services aim to inspect most cars entering the country as part of a three-tiered system approved by the government. The regime will change depending on the current epidemiological situation.
Furthermore, as of July 5, Slovakia has made some border crossings with Poland. Only the following sections will remain open:
- Vishni Kumarnik – Baruenke
- Mnisek nad Popradom – Piwniczna
- Podspády – Jurgów
- Tristina – Maid
- Oravska Polhora – Korpilov
- Skalité – Zwardoň cesta
- Skalité – Zwardoň Highway
The decision is binding With the increasing number of cases in Slovakia caused by the delta type of coronavirus.
People traveling to Italy from Poland are required to attend Certificate confirming completion of the entire vaccination course At least 14 days before entering Italy, with an EU approved vaccine. You can also enter Italy on the basis of COVID-19 testimonials.
Persons who do not have one of these documents must attend Negative smear test result نتيجة (Molecular or antigen) performed within 48 hours. before crossing the Italian border. They are exempt from the obligation to take the test Children under the age of six.
Resources: gov.pl, PAP