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Poland brings in 10-day quarantine for travellers from outside Schengen area

24.06.2021 07:40
Travellers arriving in Poland from outside the ID check-free Schengen zone have to undergone quarantine for 10 days under rules that came into force at midnight in a bid to stop new strains of COVID-19 spreading.
Image: Rudy and Peter SkitteriansPixabay
Image: Rudy and Peter Skitterians/Pixabay Pixabay licence

The new regulations do not apply to people fully inoculated against the coronavirus with a vaccine approved in the European Union.

The quarantine requirement can be lifted after seven days for those who can produce a test result showing they do not have COVID-19.

The Schengen area comprises 22 European Union countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.

Poland on Wednesday reported 165 new coronavirus infections, down from a high of 35,251 single-day cases on April 1.


Source: IAR