COVID-19 Gdansk. What is current COVID-19 situation in Gdansk, Poland? Gdansk is one of the safest places in Poland to visit.
COVID-19 Gdansk update. Number of infected people in Gdansk is very low compared to other Polish cities. Present number of infected people in Pomeranian Voivodeship is 107 people, including 20 persons hospitalized (24.07.2020). There are a few new COVID-19 infections per week in Gdansk.
On the 13th of June Poland has reopened its borders to UE citizens after almost three months. International flights has been resumed – but only to EU countries. This means quarantine for 14 days after arriving in Poland is not longer vailid.
COVID-19 Gdansk rules.
- REMEMBER ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCE
- DON’T FORGET FACE MASK
- WASH YOUR HANDS
- KEEP SMILING 🙂
From May 30th, hotels, hotel restaurants and bars are reopened and serve food to visitors.
There is no longer obligation to cover mouth and nose in a restaurant or a bar (once you are seated). From May 30th, an obligation to cover mouth and nose in public space is lifted (provided that social distancing is kept). You can have a walk, ride a bike, walk in the street, in the park, on the beach or on the parking lot without a mask as long as you keep an adequate social distance (on a crowded pavement, you have to cover mouth and nose).
Mouth and nose should be covered in museums, public transport, shops, churches, cinemas and theatres.
All Gdansk Trips are avaliable for visitors. We have implemented following COVID-19 health and safety measures:
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Regular temperature checks for staff
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Check COVID-19 Gdansk update informations HERE
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COVID-19 Gdansk, Poland, update 25.07.2020.