EU members and Schengen Associated countries, plus,
What flights are currently banned from landing in Poland?
All civil aircrafts performing international flights from airports located in the following territories (Updated Nov 7)
The United Arab Emirates
The United States of America
Polish borders vs EU’s external borders
It’s important to keep in mind that Poland has both of them. So, the country has restored international traffic with the internal E.U borders but the external ones remain closed. Click here to consult the exceptions.
Different events may have special restrictions depending on the area’s level of threat. All activities in red zones are banned; indoor and outdoor events in yellow zones are limited to 25% occupation for the former and 100-people maximum for the latter; in green zones all events are allowed as long as there is room for participants to maintain a 5-feet (1.5 metres) distance from each other. (Check the map below)
Enjoy with loved ones. Family gatherings and outings are allowed in closed or open spaces and establishments. Parks, shopping malls, museums, restaurants and sporting facilities are open and must ensure enough space for customers to practice social distancing.
Get pampered. Beauty parlors, spas and tattoo shops are also open. They work on an appointment-only policy though so be sure to make a reservation ahead and take into account that waiting rooms are not allowed.
Attend religious ceremonies. They are permitted without additional restrictions.
Explore and learn. Cultural activities like watching a movie or a play, going to the opera or visiting a museum are all allowed. For indoor events the place can function at up to 50% capacity and for outdoor events there is a limit of 150 attendants.
What does the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Poland look like?
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Poland has been steadily increasing since August 8. Data shows the curve is not being flattened yet.