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To keep you up-to-date we’ve prepared a short summary of the current rules regarding hygiene and safety in tourism available on our website. This article will be updated every two weeks to help you plan your stay in Poland after lockdown.

Traveling to Poland after lockdown (coronavirus, COVID-19)

Current government hygiene and safety regulations in Poland:

Mask: Must be worn at all times.
Hand cleaning: Visitors are asked to use hand sanitizers before entering a shop, shopping mall and all other facilities.
Gloves: Wearing sanitary gloves is compulsory. 
Social distancing: 2 meters distance in public space (people living together are excluded).
Ban on meetings and events: gathering in public places is prohibited. 
Public transport: on the bus, tram or subway, only half of the seats can be occupied.

Social life in Poland:

Payment: Digital / touchless payments are preferred in shops and other facilities. 
The shopping malls are open with limited number of the customers.
Restaurants and bars can sell the food and drinks take away only
All hairdressing salons remain closed until further notice. 
Entering forests and parks is allowed, but the use of playgrounds is prohibited. In the forests covering your nose and mouth is not mandatory.
In churches 1 person per 15 sq m.
Ban on going out for people under 13 unaccompanied by an adult.
Mass events is forbidden until further notice.

Traveling in time of coronavirus ( COVID-19) in Poland:

Polish borders: crossing Polish borders by foreigners is generally prohibited. 
Flights: all domestic and international passenger flights remain grounded.
International railway traffic: international trains are suspended.
Tours: No groups or guided tours are allowed.
Museums: museums and libraries are open with the new hygiene restrictions (limited capacity). 

The full list of current restrictions (and exclusions) is to be found on this government website (in English). 

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Traveling to Poland after lockdown, Last update: 8.05.2020

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