On the night of 12-13 June Poland is going to restore full traffic within the internal borders of the European Union, abolishing the temporary border control reintroduced in March. Border guards will now perform only random checks.
This means that starting with Saturday 13 June it will become possible to travel across the EU without internal border controls. EU residents will once again be able to enter the territory of Poland without the need to go into quarantine. Transit through the country will also be possible.
Neighbouring countries have already been informed about Poland’s decisions, making it possible for them to prepare for the changes. However, EU external borders remain closed.
The ban on international flights is expected to be lifted on 16 June.