Poland: Which covid-19 vaccines are accepted

Poland, like the rest of the European Union and Schengen Area, has opted to open its borders to travelers with the EU Digital COVID-19 Certificate.


According to a press statement released by the Polish government reveals that the nation only recognizes vaccines that have been licensed for use by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).

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As a result, only the vaccines listed below are accepted as valid proof of immunisation in Poland: Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty) AstraZeneca EU (Vaxzevria) Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) Moderna (Spikevax).


According to the same press release, a person is considered fully vaccinated only if at least 14 days have passed since the last vaccine dose. Furthermore, the vaccine must be supplied in Polish or English and issued in accordance with the EU Digital COVID-19 Certificate.


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“The vaccination must be confirmed by an EU digital COVID certificate or another document, in Polish or English, proving immunization with a vaccine that has been approved in the European Union,” says the government.

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All fully vaccinated travelers are exempt from Poland’s existing ten-day quarantine rule, regardless of mode of transportation.


Poland, on the other hand, is among the nations that do not recognize such a vaccination since it has not been approved by the European Union.

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A new tool developed by VisaGuide.World assists all travelers planning to travel during the COVID-19 epidemic in determining if the place they plan to visit accepts the vaccine they received.


To make travel throughout the union easier, the EU Commission established the EU Digital COVID-19 Certificate. The following characteristics of such a document are commonly recognized by European nations: One page document Free of charge Issued in digital/paper format Issued in native language and English Safe and secure Valid in all EU countries


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