Poland among latest countries to demand negative tests from Brits

By Linsey McNeill
20/12/2021
Home » Poland among latest countries to demand negative tests from Brits

Poland has introduced a new rule that all arrivals from non-Schengen countries, including the UK, must have a negative pre-departure COVID test.

The test can be a lateral flow or PCR, but it must be taken no more than 24 hours before departure.

In an update to its travel advice, the Foreign Office says visitors might be able to do the test at some airports on arrival, but the test must be taken no more than three hours after landing in Poland.

The requirement for a negative test applies to both vaccinated and unvaccinated, but those who have received two jabs are exempt from the mandatory 14-day quarantine on arrival in Poland.

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