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Who is free of quarantine on entrance to Poland?
Who can enter Poland? For whom the quarantine is obligatory? Who can enter Poland without quarantine?
List of countries, from where flights are currently banned to land in Poland
1) Bosnia and Herzegovina;
2) Montenegro;
3) Georgia;
4) The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan;
5) The Argentine Republic;
6) The Republic of Armenia;
7) The Republic of Costa Rica;
8) The Lebanese Republic;
9) The Republic of North Macedonia;
10) United States of America, except for airports located in the territory of the states of Illinois and New York.
Duration of limits
Start: 11.11.2020
End: 24.11.2020
Who can enter Poland at pandemic time?
  1. Citizens of Poland,
  2. Foreigners, whose spouse or parents are the Polish citizens,
  3. Foreigners with Pole cards,
  4. Members of diplomatic missions, consulates or international organizations; their relatives. Also other people who has diplomatic passport;
  5. Foreigners with Temporary or Permanent residence in Poland;
  6. Foreigners with access to labor market, work permit or registered for seasonal work, labor statement from employer, but those who are doing job in Poland and will prove that they will start work after crossing the border;
  7. Drivers who are delivering people or goods;
  8. International and transit drivers;
  9. Pupils, students, MBA students, or other study format visitors in Poland;
  10. Scientists conducting research or development work in Poland,
  11. European citizens and their relatives;
  12. Long term EU residence holders and their relatives;
  13. Repatriation visa holders or their relatives;
  14. Foreigners who take part in sport games like: sportsmen, doctors, physiotherapist or judge;
  15. Humanitarian visa holders,
  16. Citizens of Bialorus,
  17. Fishermen and sailors;
  18. Foreigners who take part in program "Poland. Business Harbour".

"I have work permit. I'm coming!"

Kishan, India
Quarantine
14 days
Nobody revoked. Be ready for quarantine if you enter Poland indirectly f.e. by Ukraine or Belarus.
The quarantine lasts 14 days, counting from the day following the crossing of the border. The person obliged to undergo quarantine cannot leave the place of residence or stay; Foreigner can do it only for the purpose of hospitalization or with the consent of the sanitary inspector. Relevant security services in Poland are appointed to check whether the foreigners properly fulfill this obligation. Unjustified violation of the quarantine rules is punishable, including the imposition of high financial penalties (up to PLN 30,000). Regardless of this, the provisions of the Act on foreigners may be applied to the foreigner, including the obligation of the foreigner to return.
But.. who is free of quarantine?

We've marked the most relevant conditions:
  • Aircraft crew;
  • Seamen, fishermen and other crew members of sea and inland navigation vessels, as well as ship service technicians and inspectors of maritime administration or recognized organizations for the purpose of carrying out inspections,
    https://www.gov.pl/web/gospodarkamorska/nowe-zasady-kwarantanny -for-members-crew-fishermen-and-service
  • Persons performing work or providing services on ships or offshore production and drilling platforms,
  • Persons carrying out in Poland or in a neighboring country works related to the preparation or implementation of investments in the field of transmission networks or strategic investments in the oil sector within the meaning of the Act on the preparation and implementation of strategic investments in the oil sector,
  • Drivers engaged in road transport as part of international road transport or international combined transport within the meaning of the provisions of the Road Transport Act,
    https://www.gov.pl/web/infrastruktura/zasady-przewozu-osob-w-publiczny-transportu-zbiorowym-and -exemptions-from-the-quarantine-obligation-professional-drivers-in-international-transport
  • Train crew and other employees necessary to perform freight services as part of international rail transport, performing professional activities in Poland or a neighboring country, on the basis of a list constituting a list of these persons provided by the carrier,
  • Drivers performing road transport with motor vehicles or combinations of vehicles with a permissible total weight not exceeding 3.5 tons in road transport of goods and non-profit road transport of goods,
  • Polish citizens and foreigners who are spouses or children of Polish citizens or remain under the permanent care of Polish citizens,
  • Drivers engaged in road transport with vehicles intended for the transport of more than 7 and not more than 9 people, including the driver in international commercial road transport of passengers;
  • Students studying in Poland and their guardians who cross the border with students to enable this learning,
  • Soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland or allied forces, officers of the Police, Border Guard, Internal Security Agency, Customs and Treasury Service, State Fire Service and State Protection Service, inspectors of the Road Transport Inspection, performing official tasks,
  • Students, participants of postgraduate (MBA) studies, specialist education and other forms of education, as well as doctoral students studying in Poland and people conducting research activity in Poland,
  • Members of diplomatic missions, consular offices and representatives of international organizations and their family members, as well as by other persons crossing the border on the basis of a diplomatic passport,
  • Inspectors of the maritime administration or a recognized organization referred to in the maritime safety regulations, who cross the border to conduct an inspection,
  • People who perform work on a farm located on both sides of the border,
  • EU, EEA or Swiss citizens, as well as their spouses and children,
  • Foreigners with a permanent residence permit or a long-term resident's European Union residence permit and their spouses and children for the purpose of transit through the territory of Poland to the place of residence or stay, within the territory of other Member States of the European Union, a Member State of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) - parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area or the Swiss Confederation,
  • Persons navigating by recreational craft between ports of EU Member States, EFTA Member States - parties to the EEA Agreement without calling at third country ports,
  • People who carry out work abroad related to the protection of Polish cultural heritage abroad, including conservation, inventory and research work, carried out as part of financial projects from the funds of the minister responsible for culture and protection of national heritage or funds from state cultural institutions organized by this minister ,
  • Aircraft passengers within the meaning of Art. 2 point 1 of the Act of 3 July 2002 - Aviation Law, performing an international flight from an airport located in the territory of a country not covered by air traffic bans specified in regulations issued under Art. 119 paragraph. 2 of the Act of 3 July 2002 - Aviation Law, with the exception of passengers of an aircraft performing an international flight from an airport located on the territory of the Republic of Belarus, Ukraine or the Russian Federation;
  • Persons participating as a competitor, member of the training staff, doctor, physiotherapist or referee, in international sports competitions organized on the territory of the Republic of Poland by an international sports federation operating in Olympic or Paralympic sports, or another recognized by the International Olympic Committee or organized by an international sports organization with a continental range belonging to such a federation, or a Polish sports association, as well as by accredited journalists.
You might thought about how to avoid quarantine period...
Interesting fact:

Thousands of foreigners were taking studying programs before coming to Poland in order to avoid quarantine period, even they were planing not to study here but work. But the crisis made us more hard-studying and educated people, isn't it? Good. Now the education system will filter free-visitors and, guess, for summer semester 50% of students will be excluded because of non-attendence.

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