Arriving from the countries of the Schengen Area as well as Ireland, Croatia, Cyprus and Bulgaria.

Information on passengers arriving in Poznań, incl. with:
Ireland, Croatia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Romania, Greece, Denmark, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Malta, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Hungary, Italy.

Arrivals are subject to sanitary control conducted by Border Guard officers. During the sanitary inspection, passengers may present a quarantine release document:

  • certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19 (minimum 14 days after the last vaccination) with a vaccine authorized within the EU or,
  • certificate of COVID-19 disease within no more than 6 months or,
  • document proving another reason for release from quarantine in accordance with applicable regulations or,
  • negative COVID-19 test result , performed abroad, prior to arrival in Poznań. Type of tests accepted: RT-PCR or antigen test. The test cannot be older than 48 hours from obtaining the test result until the sanitary inspection in Poland. A negative test result must be in Polish or English.

WORTH KNOWING!

The presentation of one of the above-mentioned documents means that the passenger is not sent to the obligatory quarantine!

Other passengers are directed to the obligatory 10-day quarantine in Poland and during the sanitary inspection carried out by Border Guard officers, they are obliged to complete location card to quarantine. When filling out the localization card < / strong>, the passenger should enter the identification details of the identity document, which will also be used when registering for the test.

The quarantine period may be shortened if the passenger performs the test in Poland after sanitary inspection, at the airport or elsewhere. It is important that the time between landing in Poland and receiving a negative test result should not exceed 48 hours. Until Sanepid informs about the end of quarantine, the passenger will remain in quarantine.

Karta lokalizacyjna może zostać pobrana i uzupełniona przed podróżą. Jest to inny dokument niż ten wypełniany na pokładzie samolotu.

Release from test and quarantine

Information for children under 12:

  • Children up to 12 years of age, whose parents show a certificate of full vaccination against COVID-19 (minimum 14 days after the last vaccination) with a vaccine authorized in the EU, do not need to be tested for COVID-19 and are not placed in quarantine
  • Children under 12 whose parents tested negative for COVID-19 in the country from which they came to Poland and tested negative do not have to test for COVID-19 and are not placed in quarantine.

Arriving from Schengen Area countries and Ireland , Croatia , Cyprus and Bulgaria .

Arriving from Non Schengen Area countries except Ireland, Croatia, Cyprus and Bulgaria.

Information on passengers arriving in Poznań, incl. with:
Albania, Montenegro, Egypt, Turkey, Ukraine, Great Britain.

Arrivals are subject to sanitary control carried out by Border Guard officers. During the sanitary inspection, passengers may present a quarantine release document:

  • certificate of complete vaccination against COVID-19 (minimum 14 days after the last vaccination) with a vaccine authorized within the EU or,
  • certificate of COVID-19 disease within no more than 6 months or,
  • document proving another reason for release from quarantine in accordance with applicable regulations.

WORTH KNOWING!

Presentation of one of the above-mentioned. documents, results in the passenger not being quarantined.

ATTENTION! You should not perform tests abroad, because they do not release you from quarantine in Poland!

Other passengers are directed to the obligatory 10-day quarantine in Poland and during the sanitary inspection carried out by Border Guard officers they are obliged to fill in the quarantine location card. The card can be downloaded and replenished earlier. This is a different document than the one filled out on board the plane.

When filling out the localization card , the passenger should enter the identification details of the identity document, which will also be used when registering for the test.

The quarantine period may be shortened if the passenger performs the test in Poland after border control, at the airport or elsewhere. If the SARS-Cov-2 test result is negative, and the test was performed after crossing the Polish border within a period not earlier than 7 days from the moment of crossing it. Until the Sanepid removes the quarantine, the passenger will remain in quarantine.

People traveling from India, South Africa and Brazil cannot be released from quarantine on the basis of a test performed within 48 hours after returning to Poland. This possibility is allowed only after 7 days. In addition, the passenger must present an identity document, which is a passport, during border control.

Release from test and quarantine

Information for children under 12:
Children up to 12 years of age, whose parents show a certificate of full vaccination against COVID-19 (at least 14 days after the last vaccination) with a vaccine authorized within the EU, do not have to test for COVID-19 and are not sent to quarantine.

Arriving from countries Non Schengen Zones outside Ireland , Croatia , Cyprus and Bulgaria .