We have received many questions, phone calls and e-mails in relation to current quarantine requirements when entering Ireland from Poland. As it stands, Poland is not on the mandatory hotel quarantine list.
However, if you arrive in Ireland without a valid negative PCR test, you may be requested to enter mandatory quarantine.
Please note this is all subject to change and we are constantly monitoring the situation here at the Centre.
As of the 25th of March 2021, ECDC updated maps in support of the Council Recommendation on a coordinated approach to travel measures in the EU.
According to the information published by ECDC, Poland’s 14-day cumulative COVID-19 case notification rate is 500 or more, therefore, most of the country is marked in dark red.
The maps can be accessed here.
The Irish government’s recommendation is clear: any travel should be avoided, unless for essential reasons.
Have you got a question? Do you have to travel to Poland for an essential reason?
TeleAsysta COVID-19 Info Point is here to help!
It’s an online service so it doesn’t matter where you live – all you have to do is make an appointment here and we will help you for free and answer any questions you might have in relation to your travels.
We will also help you write a letter confirming the necessity of your journey and we will translate the documents that confirm it.
The consultation will be done by Together-Razem advisors (following registration) on the following days:
Please refrain from messaging us on Facebook; in line with current GDPR laws, every request has to be registered, therefore we will not be able to offer you any assistance via Facebook.
If you have any additional questions, do not hesitate to contact us through this contact form.
Find out more about this service here.