Ukraine has put Poland on a list of countries of heightened COVID-19 risk; people travelling from Poland to Ukraine must spend 14 days in quarantine, the government service gov.pl has announced.
The government does not rule out the re-introduction of sanitary restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, but another lockdown is not being considered, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawecki said at a press conference on Thursday.
Poland is considering quarantine requirements for people returning from some EU and some non-EU states, a government spokesman Piotr Muller said on Thursday, as the country may face a spike in coronavirus infections.
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From Monday, Poles are able to travel freely to, among other countries, Greece and France. On Saturday, Poland abolished quarantine obligations on entering the country, as well as controls at internal EU borders.
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From May 11 Lithuania will allow entry for Polish employees, research staff and business travellers without quarantine requirements. Lithuanian FM Linas Linkevicius said that the country may totally open its border with Poland in early summer.
Poland's ban on international rail travel and the 14-day quarantine period for persons arriving in the country have been prolonged until further notice by a government directive issued on Sunday.
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Poles are ready for tighter restrictions aimed at combating the spread of coronavirus, 86 percent of people have already limited contacts with close ones, the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (DGP) daily wrote on Wednesday.