Information for participants 2nd BERETTA POLISH EXTREME OPEN 2021
Covid 19 situation – entry into Poland.
1. ENTRY INTO POLAND AND TRANSIT:
– What are the basic conditions of entry into the territory of Poland (entry, transit and departure – land, air and sea transport)?
From July 20, 2021, Poland introduced the so-called Traveler Location Card (“KLP”). This is an electronically fillable form listed under this link https://www.gov.pl/web/gov/wypelnij-klp, which every person arriving (by air) in Poland is obliged to fill in, before the trip, during the trip or at the latest before border clearance. For more information, see https://www.gov.pl/web/gov/wypelnij-klp.
We recommend that you always consult this obligation with your chosen air carrier (airline).
In addition to the above:
In case of arrival / arrival in Poland from Schengen countries, a mandatory 10-day quarantine generally replaceable by a negative antigen / PCR test (not older than 48 hours from the result) from the country from which the passenger arrives / arrives applies. Mandatory quarantine does not apply to persons who submit an EU Digital COVID Certificate on vaccination against COVID-19 / certificate of COVID19 in the last 180 days or a certificate of negative antigen / RT PCR test and their children as part of border and random checks. up to 12 years of age traveling in their company (one of them who meets the rule will suffice). For more information, see Chapter 3. Transportation.
In case of arrival / arrival in Poland from countries outside the Schengen zone from midnight on June 23, 2021, a mandatory 10-day quarantine generally applies to passengers. Release from quarantine will not be possible either after the submission of a negative antigen / PCR test or after it has been performed in Poland immediately after entry. Shortening the quarantine from 10 days is possible after performing a negative antigen test / RT PCR at the earliest after seven days of forced quarantine performed in Poland. This does not apply to passengers who have started a journey in one of the Schengen countries or in a country belonging to the European Union (hence also passengers from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland and Romania). Mandatory quarantine does not apply to persons who submit an EU Digital COVID Certificate on vaccination against COVID-19 / certificate of COVID19 in the last 180 days or a certificate of negative antigen / RT PCR test and their children as part of border and random checks. up to 12 years of age traveling in their company (one of them meeting the rule will suffice). In all cases, the EU Certificate COVID-19 is required, a model of which can be found under this link). In case of vaccination, only full / terminated vaccination with a vaccine registered in the European Union (one or two-phase) + 14 days from the last dose is accepted by PL – in case of vaccination with only one dose out of two, passengers are in the process of vaccination and not vaccinated valid regulation of the Government of PL.