Important information about travelling to England and the Netherlands
‼ Important notice for passengers travelling to England‼
Starting from 4a.m. on 18th of January 2021, pre-departure testing will be required for all inbound passengers to England. Passengers arriving by plane will have to take a test up to 72h before departure and provide evidence of a negative result before they travel. This applies to all visitors over the age of 11. The test does not release you from the mandatory 10-days self-isolation after returning from a country that is not on the list of travel corridors.
If a passenger arrives in England without a pre-departure negative test result they will be fined. Airlines are required to check whether a passenger has a negative test result before taking a passenger on board.
More info: https://bit.ly/3qe76l2
From 00.01 on 29th of December 2020 all passengers, including Dutch nationals, must have a recent negative PCR test declaration in order to board an aircraft bound for the Netherlands.
The test must have been conducted no more than 72 hours prior to the passenger’s scheduled arrival in the Netherlands. Anyone who does not have a negative test declaration will be denied boarding. The negative test result must be in English, German, French, Spanish or Dutch.
More info: https://bit.ly/37QfMrt
From 28th of December 2020 to 17th of January 2021, all passengers returning to Poland via public transport, including aircraft, are subject to 10 days of quarantine.
List of exceptions (Information in Polish): https://bit.ly/3aN3CS3