Poland closes some of its border crossings. See which routes you can still get into the country
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From 15 March to 24 March, border controls will be in force on the Polish borders with Germany, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. Polish borders can only be crossed at designated places. Checks will also be carried out at seaports and airports.
Both on the internal border with EU countries and on the external border (border crossings with Belarus, Russia and Ukraine) restrictions will be introduced for foreigners on entry to Poland. Those who carry goods, including truck drivers, will be allowed to enter the country.
Borders with EU countries can only be crossed in 37 designated border crossings (road, rail and pedestrian crossings):
15 – on the border with the Czech Republic,
5 – with Slovakia,
15 – with Germany,
2 – with Lithuania.
Border control will also be carried out at 4 seaports and 17 airports. The full list can be checked HERE.
List of road border crossings with EU countries that will be open
Cieszyn – Chotebuz
Kudowa – Salty
Olszyna – Forst
Świecko – Frankfurt
Lower Krajnik – Schwedt
Kołabaskowo – Pomellen
Świnoujście – Garz
List of closed border crossings with non-EU countries
At the borders with non-EU countries, there will be a temporary suspension of traffic through certain crossings from 15 March until further notice.
These border crossings will be CLOSED:
Gołdap – Gusev
Gronowo – Mamonowo
Rudawka- Lesnaja (river)
Białowieża – Piererow
Sławatycze – Domaczewo
Połowce – Piestatka
Czeremcha – Wysokolitowsk (rail)
Zosin – Ustiług
Dołhobyczów – Uhrynów
Hrebenne – Rawa Ruska (rail)
Budomierz – Hruszew
Medyka – Szeginie
Krościenko – Smolnica
Krościenko – Chyrów (rail)