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Modification of the border quarantine rules from March 30

From March 30 you will have to put more effort to enter Poland. However, it is important to mention that all quarantine exclusions regarding people employed in transport and students remain unchanged. That means that full-time students are not quarantined after entering Poland. Entering Poland from the Schengen Area: People are required to have a negative coronavirus test in order to avoid quarantine. The test should be performed no later than 48 hours before

New COVID-19 restrictions in Poland from March 27

The new restrictions will apply from Saturday, March 27 to April 9. All existing restrictions remain in force. The new restrictions are: Closing of nurseries and kindergartens. The exceptions will be children of medical workers and law enforcement (including soldiers, police officers and fire brigades). Parents will be able to apply for additional care allowance. Closing of beauty salons, hairdressers, beauticians. Large-format furniture and construction

New restrictions in Poland from March 20

Poland will return to full lockdown on Saturday, extending current restrictions in some regions to the entire country. The new rules mean that recently reopened hotels, as well as cultural and sports venues, will close and the youngest children will return to remote learning. The new lockdown will come into force on 20 March and remain in place until at least 9 April. Hotels, cinemas, theatres, museums, and galleries will be required to close, as well as swimming pools, ski

New COVID-19 restrictions from February 27 in Poland

Today during the press conference, the Minister of Health announced the new regulations due to the spread of COVID-19 in Poland. From Saturday, February 27, new regulations enter into force. Below you can see the regulations in Poland coming into force from February 27: People entering Poland from the Czech Republic and Slovakia will have to be quarantined. The exception will be people who previously received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. In Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship

Easing of restrictions due to the spread of COVID-19. What will be changed ?

From Friday, February 12th, there will be in power a set of changes in government restrictions due to the spread of COVID-19 in Poland. Are hotels, cinemas, theaters, outdoor pitches, swimming pools and ski slopes going to be opened again? Find the information below! What restrictions will be changed from February 12th? Hotels are going to be opened with a capacity of up to 50%. However, hotel restaurants will remain closed, the meals will be delivered

Shops and Malls Will Be Opened Back Again!

Starting from this Saturday (November the 28th), shopping centers will be opened. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki emphasized that the stores would operate under the highest sanitary regime. The shopping malls were closed in early November. The government only allowed the operation of grocery stores, pharmacies, drugstores and service shops. Rest of the shops and premises in shopping malls were closed for almost the entire month. Mateusz Morawiecki announced during a press

New Regulations by Polish Government are Announced Due To COVID-19

In Poland and in the world, the fight against the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing. Today a record was broken - 24 692 new cases of COVID-19. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Minister of Health Adam Niedzielski presented new restrictions at a special conference. Education Distance learning for schools (all grades) is announced. The government is also adding a PLN 500 voucher for teachers to finance the most important equipment for remote work.

A New List of Restrictions Due to COVID-19 is Announced by Government (23.10.2020)

From Saturday the whole territory of Poland becomes a red zone. The restriction connected to education, culture, and sport: Primary schools (grades IV to VIII) work in remote mode (till November 8). From 8 Am to 4 Pm, children up to 16 years old cannot go out alone, only under the supervision of an adult. For two weeks restaurants, pubs, cafes can only prepare takeaway and delivery meals. The tightening may be extended, depending on the further outcomes of

Restriction of Stationary Education From October 19th Due to COVID-19

The Polish government has decided to introduce further measures to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus dividing the country into red and yellow areas. From October 19th a new regulation will be implemented for education at university and postgraduate studies. The restriction also limits the doctoral education provided by universities and other entities providing education for doctoral students. We remind you that from the 10th of October, there are no green

New Restrictions in Poland Due to COVID-19

From the 10th of October, the yellow zone will extend to the entire country. The obligation to cover the nose and mouth will apply in public spaces - in shops, buses, and also on the streets throughout the country. Only people who have a medical certificate or a document confirming their disability do not have to wear masks. A new package of restrictions has been introduced, which is related to the escalation in the number of cases. In recent days, the number of new cases of