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In 2019, the city of Wuhan (China) became famous all over the world. Such «popularity» was associated with the rapid spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is known that coronavirus is transmitted in two ways — by airborne droplets and by contact.

The respiratory virus of a new type has already spread throughout the world. Poland was no exception.

Coronavirus in Poland: statistics common for the country of Poland

According to the latest data, 195 285 904 people became victims of COVID-19, of which 4 176 886 deaths. On the territory of Poland — 2 882 465, of which 75 252 deaths.
Over the last day (data on Wednesday, 28 July 2021), the number of infected increased by 2971, +76 deaths. Thus, the mortality rate in Poland is 2.61%.

In Poland, bars and restaurants work with restrictions, all shops work without restrictions. Public events (exhibitions, concerts, museums, etc.) are allowed but with restrictions.

Is it possible to enter Poland today, in 2021?

At the moment (Wednesday, 28 July 2021) Poland is available for tourists but with restrictions. At the same time, it is important to comply with the rules and requirements that are regulated by internal documents. Here is what official sources say for tourists planning to come to Poland:

Citizens and residents of Georgia, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Thailand, South Korea, Tunisia, Australia, Israel and United States may enter Poland without a specific reason (also for tourism).Additionally, the following categories are allowed to enter Poland from any third country:-Legal residents of Poland; -Foreigners who are close family members of Polish legal residents; -Persons holding a Polish Card («Karta Polaka») -Foreigners holding a permanent or temporary residence permit and those who have a work permit of Poland; -Persons studying in Poland; -Citizens of European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries, European Union Member -States, and Switzerland, along with their family members; -Citizens of the United Kingdom, Belarus and their family membersNon-vaccinated persons travelling to Poland from a third country are subject to a pre-departure COVID-19 test (PCR or antigenic) taken within 48 hours prior to arrival and must self-isolate for 10 days after arrival. The quarantine may be ended earlier by a negative result to a COVID-19 test taken on day 7 after arrival.The quarantine requirement does not apply to persons who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a vaccine that has been authorised in the European Union.Children under the age of 12, travelling together with their parents who have been vaccinated against the virus or present a negative test result, are also exempted.

You can read more about entering Poland in official sources:

Restrictions on entry to Poland

On Wednesday, 28 July 2021, the borders of Poland are fully open for citizens, for tourists and foreigners — the borders are partially opened. Moreover, in some cases, quarantine is required upon arrival.

Here’s what they write about quarantine in official sources:

Quarantine for 10 days required for some travellers.

If, when crossing the border with Poland, symptoms of coronavirus appear, namely: cough, shortness of breath, fever, fatigue, headache and muscle pain, you should immediately consult a doctor.

Conditions for entering Poland

Special conditions of entry and various kinds of restrictions during a pandemic are applied in almost all countries. Poland is no exception.

Do I need a test result when crossing the border with Poland?

No tests required for all countries.

In addition, when crossing the border, there should be no signs of SARS.

Entry rules to Poland today: 28 July 2021

We have already figured out the need for a test. Just in case, we recall:

No tests required for all countries.

Many are wondering whether it is necessary to go into quarantine when entering Poland. We answer: today, when entering Poland, quarantine is required, but not for everyone.

How are things with masks in Poland?

Masks are required in public spaces
Masks are required in public transport

For which countries are the borders with Poland open?

Borders with Poland on 28 July 2021 are open to the following countries of the world:

For which countries are the borders with Poland closed or partially closed?

Borders with Russia on June 5, 2021 are closed (or partially closed) for the following countries of the world:

Is a vaccination passport obligatory to enter Poland?

Dozens of countries around the world have been thinking about the introduction of so-called «covid passports» for several months. We are talking about documentary evidence of vaccination against COVID-19. The goal is to simplify travel abroad, as well as to speed up the process of returning to normal life.
In order to travel to Poland, today you do not need a vaccination passport. At the same time, the Poland government supports the idea of a document that confirms vaccination.

Digital statistics: on entry into and exit from Poland

Covid 19 sets new «records». Despite this, the borders of Poland are open to a number of countries. Also, Poland citizens can freely cross the borders of other states. Naturally, on condition they сomply with all quarantine measures.

From which countries you can come to Poland:

Current data on COVID-19 in Poland

As of 28 July 2021, there is a decrease in cases of coronavirus infection in Poland. More detailed statistics in numbers:

  • Total cases: 2 882 465
  • Currently sick: 153 767
  • Recovered: 2 653 446
  • Deaths: 75 252
  • Vaccinated: 18 095 178

You can keep track of the most current information on the WHO website:

View other countries from which we can come to Poland

Countries available for entry:

Available for entry, but with restrictions:

Countries unavailable for entry:

According to our information, at the moment there are no countries from which entry into Poland is completely prohibited. See how we collect data.

Is it possible to enter and what are the rules, conditions for entering Poland during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2021?