Read Legenda Explanation. This page for Poland has been latest updated at 2020-03-27 04:09:01
The Polish government announced on March 24 that all gatherings of more than two people are no longer allowed, exceptions are being made for families.
People also have to self-isolate as much as possible and may only go outside for necessary activities, like doing groceries or dog-walking. The number of people that are allowed to ride public buses and trams at the same time has also been limited.
The European Union had banned all non-essential travel from outside the Schengen zone for the next 30 days as of March 16. If you are not an EU-citizen, traveling to Poland will no longer be possible.
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Last validated on March 27, 2020:24 March: Poland prohibited all gatherings of more than two people, excluding families. In addition, people have to stay inside if it is not necessary to go outside.
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