Poland will reintroduce mandatory quarantine for travellers from outside the Schengen zone from midnight on June 23, the Deputy Health Minister said on Wednesday.
Due to an outbreak of coronavirus on an asparagus farm in the German state of Lower Saxony, which has infected 130 people, including Poles, workers are subject to 'labour quarantine' and unable to leave their place of work, Die Welt reported on Tuesday.
People travelling to Poland from the passport-free Schengen zone will have to produce a negative coronavirus test results carried out at least 48 hours earlier, a deputy infrastructure minister has said.
People who have had both vaccine doses won’t have to go into quarantine if they come into contact with someone carrying the infection.
People travelling to Poland by mass transport will have to undergo a 10-day quarantine period because the free-Covid-19 test programme has come to an end, the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate has said.
As Poland goes into lockdown in the days following Christmas, we get the inside info from a doctor working on the front lines…
Poland will impose a national quarantine from December 28 to January 17 as a measure against the spreading Covid-19 disease, the Polish health ministry announced on Thursday.
Restrictions on movement during the Christmas period may be possible if the government introduces a national quarantine, which cannot be ruled out, the government spokesman told PAP on Saturday.
The Polish government's epidemic aid for businesses may rise to PLN 20 billion (EUR 4.4 billion) if a national quarantine is announced, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday that if necessary, a national quarantine would be implemented in seven to 14 days, though it may be avoidable.