Ireland – Poland Travel Update, 20 July 2020
News20 July 2020
• Poland’s borders are now open and EU citizens, including citizens of Ireland, may enter Poland without restriction. EU citizens entering Poland are no longer required by law to undertake a mandatory 14-day home quarantine. For more information, please see: https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus/travel.
• International air travel is no longer suspended between Poland and Ireland. International air travel to and from Ireland is permitted. Please check with your airline for schedules.
What to do on entering Ireland from abroad:
The Irish Authorities require anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland, to restrict their movements for 14 days. This includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland. Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible.
To ensure that this is being observed all passengers arriving to Ireland from overseas are obliged to complete a mandatory Public Health Passenger Locator Form and to submit it to the relevant authority at their port of entry. Exemptions are in place for providers of essential supply chain services such as hauliers, pilots and maritime staff. Check the Irish Government Advice Page for full information on these requirements. Further advice for people who have recently returned from abroad is available from the HSE.