It states: “The International and Commonwealth Workplace (FCO) advises in opposition to all however important journey to Poland, attributable to journey restrictions applied by the Polish Authorities associated to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
“From midnight on Saturday 14 March it is not going to be attainable for many British nationals to enter Poland owing to coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions imposed by the Polish Authorities.
“The Polish Prime Minister declared on 13 March that each one borders can be shut and border management launched from midnight native time on Saturday 14 March for 10 days.
“He additionally introduced that Worldwide rail and air transport can be suspended from the identical time on Saturday 14 March for 14 days. These measures could also be prolonged.
“It is not going to be attainable for non-Polish nationals to enter Poland except they’re:
– Spouses and kids or people underneath the everlasting care of Polish nationals; or
– Holders of a Pole’s Card; or
– People with the appropriate to everlasting or short-term keep in Poland or folks with a piece allow; or
– International nationals driving a method of transport used for transporting items.”