Poland In the post of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Twitter, “Poles returning from Turkey from today, 10-day quarantineIt doesn’t have to enter either”.
The post featured the Turkish flag as well as the flag of the Schengen area and European Economic Area (EEA) countries.
On the other hand, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Piotr Wawrzyk shared with the public the new travel arrangement for the new type of corona virus (Covid-19), in a statement to the press.
Wawrzyk stated that people who have not been vaccinated during the epidemic process should present a new document called a location card when entering the country.
Wawrzyk stated that the document in question can be carried both digitally and physically and will be submitted to the authorities when entering Poland, and announced that those coming from the European Union (EU) and EEA countries will be exempted from 10-day quarantine.
THEY WILL BE EXCLUDED FROM 10-DAY QUARANTINE
Wawrzyk said, “With the special regulation determined by Poland during the epidemic process, we are adding new elements that will allow people from certain countries to be exempt from the said quarantine.”
In the meantime, in the news in the Polish press, it was noted that in addition to the EU and EEA countries, Turkey was also included in the list of non-quarantined countries, and that those coming from Turkey would be exempted from 10-day quarantine if they presented a negative Covid-19 test.
It was reported that Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu discussed the steps towards tourism during the epidemic period with his Polish counterpart, Zbigniew Rau.
According to the data of the Antalya Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism, 90,739 Polish tourists visited Antalya in the January-June period, despite the epidemic and flight restrictions to some countries.