Dear Patients – please read and monitor our important COVID-19 updates
(if you have already booked or are planning to arrange your treatment in Poland)

Before travelling, please get familiar with your country regulations.








Dear Patients and our Guests,

Both as a country and as private medical facilities, we have implemented strict security measures, to make sure our patients are safe, so we could perform the medical procedures in a planned time frame.

NEWEST UPDATE 19th of July:

We are glad to announce the new travel rules (England and Scotland) – starting from 19th of July, travellers arriving in England and Scotland from Amber list countries (among others from Poland) will not have to quarantine if they have had both doses of the Covid vaccine, or if they are under 18👩‍⚕
In their current form, the new rules only apply to UK residents (and people who have received their vaccines from the NHS).
People returning from holidays in amber destinations, such as Spain and Portugal, will still be required to take a Covid-19 test three days before returning.
Arrivals will also have to take a test on or before the second day of their return, as per the previous restrictions, but will be exempted from the day-eight test.
Summing it up: If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 you don’t need to self-isolate on the arrival to Poland nor on the way back to the UK. You need to take a test before departing back home (if you are undergoing an orthopaedic procedure we will arrange it for you on-site) as well as you need to book a home testing kit for the day 2 test. 

Older updates (do not apply):

At the moment, a 10-days self-quarantine is obligatory after arrival to Poland if you are using a plane, coach or train (public transport).

🧪You do not have to quarantine on arrival if you can present a negative Covid-19 test certificate issued within 48 hours before crossing the Polish border.

💉The good news is that if you had a Sars_Cov_2 Vaccine confirmation (a document/vaccine passport), you don’t need to self-isolate even when entering Poland via plane. 

🚗You don’t need to self-isolate if you are arriving with a means of private transport (by car/van up to 9 people).

*Our clinics are accepting international Patients and we will do our best to be flexible in rebooking the procedures if your flights will be cancelled or changed.

Please note that starting from the 1st of January 2021 England is no longer an EU member. Now, passengers from the UK needs to have a valid passport.

People and citizens of the countries that are not members of the EU, EFTA, EEA, Swiss Confederation,  will need to stay in the 10-day obligatory-quarantine –  only with the valid COVID19 vaccine confirmation, there is no need for the self-isolation.


Starting from the 15th of February all passengers flying from Poland to the UK will need to show the valid PCR test taken up to 3 days before departure. Our hospitals will help you in arranging the test, however additional fee applies (90 GBP / test).

Also, after flying back to the UK you will need to self-isolate for the 10 days. Additionally, you will need to undergo 2 SARS_CoV_2 tests performed at home. You need to book the testing kit by yourself here:


The kit costs 210 GBP and includes 2 tests. Please note that it is obligatory.

Starting from the Saturday the 4th of October 4:00 AM patients travelling from Poland to the UK will need to self-isolate. Please read more on https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-54376357

covid medical travel eurotreatmed updateTo maintain the high safety level, we kindly ask all our International Patients, to perform a test against the COVID-19 before flying to Poland. It will raise the comfort and reduce the risk of cancelling the procedure due to the infection.

Before the procedures which require hospitalization, in some cases, we may perform the tests again, here in Poland. Please note, that for your and our medical staff safety, it is not possible to perform the operation when there is an ongoing coronavirus infection.  We will inform you if this policy changes.

If due to the safety measures, there is a need to perform the genetic coronavirus tests (throat and nose smear), you will be kindly asked to pay for it additionally. We hope for your understanding. Before the orthopaedic procedures, we perform the antigen COVID19 test which is included in the procedure price.

If your COVID19 genetic test result would be positive, we will kindly ask you to follow the SANEPID (Sanitary and Epidemiological Station) recommendations. It may include staying for a quarantine (self-isolation). Additional costs caused by the infections are not covered by the clinic of planned treatment and are not part of your medical travel package. If you require the coronavirus treatment or self-isolation, please note that those costs need to be covered by yourself.


Other recommendations: 

Medical Travel Recommendations:

  • If you are an EU citizen, we would highly recommend bringing your European Health Insurance Card with you – it allows you to receive state-funded treatment in case of an infection.
  • After the Brexit, the EHIC is still valid in European countries.
  • Also, to avoid additional costs, we would recommend buying additional travel insurance which covers the costs connected with flights cancellations, obligatory self-isolation and necessary treatment if you are diagnosed with the COVID-19.
  • We kindly ask our Patients to keep the distance of 2 metres on the airports when possible, wear face masks in the aircraft, use the hand-disinfectant and follow the current instructions.

We believe, that by adhering to the safety rules, we could all take a step to getting over the global pandemic, and to bringing life back to normal again.

We hope for your understanding. If you have any questions regarding the COVID-19 situation in Poland, and how it may influence your planned treatment in Poland, please do not hesitate to contact us or your clinic directly. 

Best wishes,

The EuroTreatMed Team


Arrival to the UK: From 4 am on 15 January, the UK will be introducing pre-departure testing requirements for all inbound passengers to England. Passengers arriving by ship, plane or train will have to take a test up to 3 days before departure and provide evidence of a negative result before they travel. When you arrive in England, you must travel directly to the place you are staying and not leave until 10 days have passed since you were last in a non-exempt country, territory or island. This is known as ‘self-isolating’. Similar rules apply in relation to ScotlandWales and Northern Ireland.


Please find more information on the Official COVID-19 Governmental Portals:

POLAND: https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus

UK: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus



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Information updated:12.01.2021