COVID-19 Restrictions Extended 18 April - Poland

The COVID-19 restrictions currently in place in the country are extended until at least 18 April. The decisions arise as the country struggles to cope with the third wave of infections that authorities fear could be aggravated by people mixing at Easter. The nationwide lockdown was imposed on 20 March and originally was due to end on 9 April.

Advice For Travellers

The COVID-19 epidemic is constantly changing across the country. This information is subject to change as the situation evolves, sometimes with little or no notice. It is recommended that travellers carry a supply of face masks since the requirement can vary by location. It is recommended that travellers practice social distancing and maintain a 6-foot distance from other individuals and avoid crowded areas. Airlines may have their own requirements for testing, masking, distancing.