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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The Poland Passenger Locator Form is an electronic travel document that visitors must complete prior to arrival in Poland. It’s purpose is to collect data about the traveler’s health condition and contact details to track possible infections. It does not replace a visa or other travel requirement.

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WHO CAN ENTER POLAND WITH THIS DOCUMENT
All travelers arriving in Poland by air will be required to complete this form in advance. The Polish authorities will ask to see evidence of your Poland Passenger Locator Form. Check the FAQ section below to find out more about testing and quarantine requirements in Poland.

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OBTAIN THE POLAND PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM
In order to successfully apply for this document, simply enter personal information on the application. The main details are your name, date of birth, passport number. You’ll also have to provide information about where you’ll stay in Poland.

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DISPLAY THE FORM
As soon as our processing agents get your form, they’ll check your eligibility for the Poland Passenger Locator Form. If they need more information, a team member will reach out to you by phone call, text message or email. Otherwise, the process is so simple that all you have to do is print and sign your form after it arrives by email and have it ready to show on arrival, or when asked for during your trip.

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Required Documents to Apply
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Important Instructions
  • Poland Passenger Locator Form is part of the required documents you will need to enter Poland. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Poland. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

  • People traveling to Poland by air are required to complete a digital passenger tracking form before check-in. The passenger tracking form is a mandatory document for people traveling to Poland.

  • Its purpose is to ensure your own safety as well as the safety of your family and everyone you come into contact with. If there is an infected person on board, the form enables you and other passengers to be contacted quickly and thus help reduce further virus spread.

  • You can fill out one PLF on behalf of other people who are traveling with you. You can provide data of several people in one form.

  • Passengers arriving in Poland from other EU countries are subject to 10 days of home quarantine, unless they meet one of the following conditions:

    • Proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, certified by the EU's Covid Digital Certificate (EU-DCC) or other documents in Polish or English. Please note that in Poland a person is considered to be fully vaccinated 14 days after the last dose of vaccine.

    • Proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the last 6 months, certified by EU-DCC or other document from healthcare professionals in Polish or English. Submit a negative test for COVID-19 (PCR or antigen), certified by EU-DCC or other document in Polish or English. This test must be presented within 48 hours of the result.

    • Children under 12

    • A person can also be released from the 10-day home quarantine by obtaining a negative COVID-19 test result (PCR or antigen) within 48 hours of arriving in Poland.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Current information on persons and the countries they are coming from allowed to cross the Polish border can be found on the website of The Border Guard.

It is advised NOT to travel if:

  • You have been exposed to COVID-19 unless you are fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days.
  • You are sick.
  • You tested positive for COVID-19 and haven't ended isolation.
  • You are waiting for the results of a COVID-19 test.

It is advised that you should not travel internationally until you are fully vaccinated. If you are not fully vaccinated, there are additional recommendations to follow before, during, and after travel.

Entering Poland with the EU Digital COVID certificate

Holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) can enter Poland without being subject to further restrictions (testing or quarantine), on condition that their certificate contains either:

  • Proof of full vaccination, valid 14 days after the second dose of a vaccine with a two-dose schedule (counting from the day following the last vaccination date) or 14 days after the single dose of the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The following EMA approved vaccines are accepted: Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Janssen/Johnson & Johnson.
  • Proof of recovery from COVID-19, which is valid for  6 months from the day of the positive result to a Coronavirus test.
  • A negative COVID-19 test result: both PCR and antigenic tests are accepted. Validity: 48 hours prior to arrival.

Entering this country without the EU Digital COVID certificate or with a certificate not compliant with national requirements

In the absence of a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate, other official documents in Polish or English, in electronic or paper form, are accepted if they certify one of the following:

  • Full vaccination (with a vaccine authorised by the European Medical Agency);
  • Recovery from COVID-19 in the last 6 months;
  • A negative COVID-19 test result performed within 48 hours before arrival.
All arrivals to Poland may be tested 2 days after arriving, in order to shorten the self-quarantine period. Arrivals from within the Schengen area and Turkey may present a test taken 48 hours before arrival, to avoid quarantine. Vaccinated arrivals may present proof of vaccination instead.

The eMed self-test COVID-19 kit includes 6 rapid antigen tests that meet American airline entry requirements, perfect for travelers on round-trip journeys from the US.

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Unvaccinated travelers and all travelers who do not hold any of the documents mentioned in Question 2. are subject to a 10-day quarantine upon entry, regardless of the means of transport used (collective, individual, or when crossing the border on foot).

The 10-day quarantine may be shortened by a negative result to a COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen) performed in a laboratory – at own costs - within 48 hours after crossing the border.

For the most up to date information keep track of this website https://www.gov.pl/coronavirus/travel

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The Poland Passenger Locator Form is for anyone crossing the border of the Republic of Poland by plane after 16 July 2021, you must fill in the Passenger Locator Form prior to check-in. Its purpose is to ensure your own safety as well as the safety of your family and everyone you come into contact with. If there is an infected person on board, the form enables you and other passengers to be contacted quickly and thus help reduce further virus spread.

The PLF is sent to the State Sanitary Inspection (Polish: Sanepid). The confirmation of submitting the form must be produced at the airport in Poland during check-in (in the form of a printout or a pdf file on a mobile device). You will receive the document at your email address

Yes, travelers must fill out a Poland Passenger Locator Form before travel. A digital form filled online is preferred but travelers can still fill a paper form provided by the airline. Fill in the Poland Passenger Locator Form here.
Yes, everyone wishing to enter Poland will have to fill out the Poland Passenger Locator Form, including minors. You can fill out one PLF on behalf of other people who are travelling with you. You can provide data of several people in one form. Fill in the application forms here.
Depending on the processing option you choose, prices will vary, as follows:
  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 20.00
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD 35.00
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 60.00

It is advised to fill in the form before traveling, during the trip or, at the latest, prior to check-in.

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You will have to fill out our short application form. You will be required to provide us with information about yourself (including your full name, passport number, and contact data) and your trip. Once you send your request, and make the payment using a debit or credit card, our team will prepare your Poland Passenger Locator Form. You will receive an email to your inbox with the document that you must print out and sign, ready to show to immigration authorities. That's it!

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You will have to fill out our short application form. You will be required to provide us with information about yourself (including your full name, passport number, and contact data) and your trip. Once you send your request, and make the payment using a debit or credit card, our team will prepare your Poland Passenger Locator Form. You will receive an email to your inbox with the document that you must print out and sign, ready to show to immigration authorities. That's it!

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Applying will not take you more than five minutes.

The Poland PLF is valid for a single entry only. It means you will have to get the Poland Passenger Locator Form every time you want to visit Switzerland.

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You should check your local government website frequently to verify the most recent alert status of your resident country.

The PLF can be obtained free of charge from the website of the Ministry of Health corresponding to the country offering the PLF. Nevertheless, if you decide to do it on your own, you may spend a lot of time completing it, and it can be frustrating due to its ambiguous language. That’s why we recommend using iVisa.com because you will only have to complete our application form on our user-friendly platform. It will be less time consuming, and our experts will help you with the rest.

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Travel to Poland is a very affordable way to experience the Polish culture and heritage. More people are discovering the great things about Poland and taking trips to Europe to enjoy all of the fabulous landscapes, beautiful cities, great cuisine, history and culture.

A trip to Europe could be one of the best vacation memories you will ever have. Europe offers some of the most amazing destinations. There are some incredible destinations in Europe that you might want to try.

There are great ways to travel to Poland for holidays and there are also great ways to travel to Poland for vacations. Here are some ways to travel to Poland for your holidays and vacations.

Europe is full of wonderful destinations. You can get some great deals on flights to Poland by checking out online travel agencies that make it easy for you to book and get great deals. You may want to check out the different airlines that fly to Poland and see if they offer you a deal.

Europe is home to many cities, such as Paris, London, Rome, Budapest, Athens, Prague, Rome, Florence, Barcelona, Madrid, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Madrid, Rome, Barcelona, Munich, Budapest, and Lisbon. Traveling to Poland and taking trips to Poland for holidays and vacations may be the best vacation you ever had.

Vacations in Poland are very affordable. These are exciting times in Poland. People are feeling optimistic and happy. They are celebrating the results of the recent elections, which are not only changing the government but also showing the world how Poland will be the 21st century's leader.

Check out online airlines for airfares. With so many people traveling to Poland, you may find cheap flights to Poland.

If you want to take your vacations in Poland at the most affordable prices, you need to travel to Poland via booking online at the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) website. This site makes it easy for you to book your holidays. You can use your credit card and find out the lowest deals.

All of the Tour Operators have included a lot of discounts. The larger operators have been known to offer you deals that are actually unbelievable. Look through their websites to see what they have to offer you.

There are different visa requirements for Europe and Poland. You must visit Poland at least once before you can apply for a visa. For EU citizens you need to visit Poland for three months to apply for a visa.

Check out the airline companies that offer low-cost flights to Poland. You may want to look into international travel agencies that can offer you great deals.

Health services in Poland are under tremendous strain. In recent years, public awareness of the dangers of coronavirus (COVID-19) has skyrocketed. As a result, the Polish Ministry of Health strongly encourages people in the affected areas to report any and all cases of the virus to the Public Health Service or the National Virus Registry as soon as possible.

This is the main form for those in the affected area to enter Poland during the onset of the virus. It is also the only mandatory form that must be completed by an individual who wishes to remain in Poland after getting COVID Therefore, every patient who enters Poland during the first week of their case will have to fill out this form.

While the entry form is often deemed non-binding, it is necessary for any individual who enters Poland during the outbreak. For this reason, a competent health professional will need to ensure that all individuals have submitted the form correctly.

The entry form is divided into four main sections: General Information, Recommendations for Treatment, Recommendations for Follow-up Care, and County Specific Advice and Recommendations. These sections of the form can be filled out according to the needs of the patient.

The first section, General Information, contains detailed information on symptoms, the treatments available, and so on. You should read this section carefully before submitting your form.

After you have completed this section, you should provide a clear plan for treatment. Do not underestimate the seriousness of this task. Make sure that you document what you eat, what you drink, and the length of time that you spent outdoors.

You should also give details of your travel history and what time you had various symptoms. These things can help your doctor decide which treatments would be most appropriate for you. Since each person's health condition is different, your doctor will want to give each patient-specific treatment.

If you feel that you are unable to give detailed information about your case, you can submit a country-specific advice and recommendation form. The recommendation form is very useful in providing detailed information on the virus and its various symptoms. It will also give you general advice on taking care of yourself.

However, you should be aware that the whole form cannot be filled out if you are a patient. Only the areas of the form marked "Attending Treatment" should be filled out, otherwise, the entire form should be ignored.

As soon as you have submitted the entry form, you will be sent a confirmation number. At this point, your only options are to either return the form or be registered at the Public Health Service. If you do return the form, it will be considered incomplete and therefore invalid.

In order to stay in Poland after having contracted the virus, you will need to fill out the Country Specific Advice and Recommendations form. In order to continue treatment, you must be registered at the PHS. As long as you are registered, your health services will continue until you return home or the Public Health Service stops taking care of you.

All of the form's sections must be filled out before you can access forms and data that are related to your case. While you are completing the form, it will be helpful to take advantage of the fact that the Public Health Service provides interactive software to aid in the completion of the form.

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