Starting from June 24, Poland introduces a mandatory 10-day quarantine for visitors who come from outside the EU, Deputy Health Minister of Poland Waldemar Kraska said, Report informs via Polish media.

“We are reintroducing quarantine for visitors. It will be compulsory for visitors from countries that are not in the Schengen area or in the EU,” Kraska said.

He noted that the obligatory quarantine is introduced from midnight on June 24. The visitors can travel freely after seven days of quarantine and receiving a negative test result for COVID-19. Kraska added that from now on, it will not be possible to avoid quarantine after getting a negative coronavirus test result obtained within 48 hours after crossing the Polish border.

According to the deputy minister, fully vaccinated persons and children under 12 who are under the supervision of vaccinated parents will be exempted from mandatory quarantine.