Vaccination against COVID-19 has already started in several countries. And Poland has now decided to allow vaccinated travellers to skip the mandatory quarantine. However, this new rule is applicable only to those who are allowed to travel to Poland now. The nation has put restrictions on entry for tourists from Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Japan, Georgia, Canada, South Korea, Australia, Thailand and Tunisia. Read on to know more.
No Quarantine For Vaccinated Travellers In Poland
The Polish authority will now allow tourists to skip quarantine if they are vaccinated. Earlier, the nation had mandated ten days of home quarantine for incoming travellers. Those with COVID-19 negative test report taken 48 hours before arrival were allowed to skip quarantine. Now further extending the rule, the authorities have eliminated the mandate of quarantine for vaccinated travellers. 10 Underrated European Destinations That Should Be On Your Bucket List
Skiing Destinations, Museums And More Reopened In The Nation
Skiing destinations in Poland have also opened up for a two-week trial. Also, art galleries, museums and shopping complexes have reopened. Theatres, cinema halls and opera houses have reopened with half capacity. However, the restaurants will serve only takeaway food. Poland is one of the most stunning destinations in Europe having ravishing cityscapes with a historic charm, museums, churches and palaces. If you’re travelling now, don’t forget to wear your mask and maintain social distancing.