The following applies in Warsaw:


  • wearing the mask in confined spaces
  • a distance of 2 meters between persons
  • Hand washing
  • hand disinfection
    There is a penalty of 5,000 zł to even 30,000 zł for breaking the rules.


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What else is worth knowing when coming to Warsaw during the coronavirus pandemic?

The epidemiology of viral infections and the respiratory failure they cause is not yet well known. Due to the dynamically developing epidemiological situation, we encourage you to follow the news on the websites of the city and state institutions.

Chief Sanitary Inspectorate –

Publishes information on coronavirus, travel announcements, and recommendations for travelers, the public, medical services and institutions.

Poviat State and Epidemiological Station in the Capital City of Warsaw –

Current information related to the new virus.

What is Coronavirus?

The new SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus causes a disease called COVID-19. The disease is most often manifested by fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle aches and fatigue.

How common are symptoms?

The severe course of the disease is observed in about 15-20% of people. Deaths occur in 2-3% of sick people. These data are probably overestimated, as many people with a mild course of the infection have not been confirmed by laboratory confirmation.

Who is most at risk?

The most vulnerable to the development of severe disease and death are elderly, immunocompromised people accompanied by other diseases, especially chronic ones.

How to protect yourself against the coronavirus?

The virus is spread by airborne droplets. There is currently no vaccine against the new coronavirus. However, other methods of preventing infection, as outlined below, can be used. These methods are also used in the prevention of other diseases transmitted through airborne droplets, e.g. seasonal flu (where the peak incidence is between January and March each year).

800 190 590 – the hotline number of the National Health Fund for dealing with suspected coronavirus infection