With international travel restrictions diversification, MrShuttle has prepared this new hub of vital information and advice to support those heading off on their long-awaited abroad vacations or any purpose-related holiday in Poland. W

Latest updates on the COVID-19 situation

The international organisation “EndCoronavirus” publishes ongoing data on how countries are coping with the coronavirus pandemic. Its members include epidemiologists, clinicians, analysts, social scientists, entrepreneurs, among others. It was established on 29 February 2020 in response to the outbreak of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

The report includes information from over 140 countries worldwide. Countries are divided into three categories depending on how they are coping with COVID-19. The green colour indicates those countries that are “winning against the pandemic”, the yellow colour indicates those that are on track to stop spreading the coronavirus, while the red colour refers to those places where the situation is bad and “radical response is needed”.

The epidemiological situation in Poland is currently one of the best in Europe and even in the world. The infection graph has been very flat for several weeks. The daily average of new COVID-19 cases over the last week is in the range of about 300 – 500 cases. Poland is currently in the yellow zone.

Coronavirus in the world – the safety measures taken in Poland

Nationwide rules:

Since December 2020, when Covid-19 vaccination began in Poland, more than 36 million doses of vaccine have already been administered. This has enabled most restrictions to be lifted. As with other countries around the world, Poland is preparing for the fourth wave of the pandemic.

The latest report shows that the proportion of people vaccinated for every 100 inhabitants of the country in Poland is currently 50,4. The index, which indicates the average daily number of coronavirus infections over the last seven days (1st week of September) for the whole country, is now 305.

Regardless of the means of transport used (collective, individual, or when crossing the border on foot), travellers are subject to a 10-day quarantine upon entry, unless they meet one of the following conditions listed on the official Website of the Republic of Poland. The government in Poland has extended the prevailing epidemic restrictions until the end of September 2021.

Temporary (local) limitations:

Here you can find the list of the current restrictions in Poland:

  • Restrictions concerning movement (1.5 meter distance between pedestrians)

The following persons are excluded from the restriction:

  • parents with children who require care (younger than 13),
  • persons who live in one household or run a household together,
  • disabled persons, persons incapable of moving on their own, persons with a special educational needs statement and their careers.
  • Covering moth and nose with a mask (only in public, closed spaces): buses, trams, trains, shops, malls, banks, markets and post offices in cinemas and theatres, at physician’s offices, in outpatient clinics and hospitals, in massage and tattoo parlours in churches, at schools and universities, government offices, and other civic centres.

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Travelling opportunities in Poland

In order to slow down the spread of the coronavirus and protect the health and quality of life of all residents and tourists, certain travel restrictions are necessary. Poland makes every effort to enable people to meet friends and family, travel for work or enjoy tourism, and to ensure the free movement of citizens, goods and services – with full respect for safety and hygiene measures.

Pleasant travel is possible, and many interesting places are waiting for you and your beloved ones! Check out our local tours and discover Poland during the warm and sunny days of this summer. Try local food in local restaurants without any restrictions and enjoy your stay in the Baltic country.

 

More information regarding the temporary restrictions in Poland can be found on the official Website of the Republic of Poland.