Restrictions on Unity Line ferries

      • Entering Sweden: On June 30, 2021, Swedish rules were adjusted to the EU's COVID certificate regulation. Entering Sweden from EU/EEA countries (including Poland) is possible not only if you have a negative COVID-19 test, but also if you show a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 or a certificate of the past COVID-19 infection.For travellers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, entering Sweden will be possible if the second dose of the vaccine has been taken at least 14 days before coming to Sweden. For convalescents, the EU Covid Certificate should be issued at the earliest 11 days after a positive test and should be valid for a maximum of 180 days from the date of the first positive test result.
      • Entering Poland: until August 31, 2021, when entering Poland, it is required to present a negative COVID-19 test result, proof of vaccination or proof of convalescent status. The test must be performed no earlier than 48 hours prior to arrival in Poland.
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2021-07-02 14:30

Entering Poland: until August 31, 2021, when entering Poland, it is required to present a negative COVID-19 test result, proof of vaccination or proof of convalescent status. The test must be performed no earlier than 48 hours prior to arrival in Poland.

Entering Sweden: On June 30, 2021, Swedish rules were adjusted to the EU's COVID certificate regulation. Entering Sweden from EU/EEA countries (including Poland) is possible not only if you have a negative COVID-19 test, but also if you show a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 or a certificate of the past COVID-19 infection.For travellers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, entering Sweden will be possible if the second dose of the vaccine has been taken at least 14 days before coming to Sweden. For convalescents, the EU Covid Certificate should be issued at the earliest 11 days after a positive test and should be valid for a maximum of 180 days from the date of the first positive test result.

Persons entering Sweden from the Nordic countries i.e.  Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland are exempt from the requirement to have a negative test result.
More information available on the website: https://www.government.se/articles/2020/04/questions-and-answers-about-the-entry-ban-to-sweden/?fbclid=IwAR1-C61gWnVnh7yh7-KfG3ataLwHjJoMpNuABMr0TUl0N_Q4BFfYeUOFp2A

2021-06-24 09:00

Until August 31, 2021, when entering Poland, it is required to present a negative COVID-19 test result, proof of vaccination or proof of convalescent status. The test must be performed no earlier than 48 hours prior to arrival in Poland. In the absence of a test, a 10-day home quarantine must be performed.
Passengers who have been obliged to be in quarantine at the border may perform a test in Poland at their own expense, and a negative result obtained within 48 hours of crossing the border will release them from quarantine.

Groups exempt from the obligation to present the test result:

  • freight drivers, seamen, etc.
  • persons fully vaccinated against COVID-19
  • convalescents up to 6 months from the end of isolation;
  • exempt from the test due to study or work abroad

2021-05-07 12:30

According to the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of May 6, 2021:

  • Restrictions on the cross-border movement currently apply until June 25, 2021.
  • A person travelling by ferry from Sweden to Świnoujście for a purpose other than going to his/her place of residence or stay in Poland must have a negative diagnostic test result if he/she does not qualify for any exemption;
  • A person travelling by ferry from Sweden to Świnoujście in order to go to his/her place of residence or stay in Poland must undergo quarantine if he/she does not qualify for any exemption;
  • The persons mentioned in § 3 sec. 1 and sec. 2 points 2, 3, 14, 15 and 18, including: the crew of a seagoing vessel, truck, minibus from 7 to 9 people and bus drivers, people having a certificate of vaccination against COVID, convalescents maximally 6 months back and people travelling as part of professional, business or gainful activities are exempt from the above obligations.
  • Persons who have a negative result of the SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic test performed, prior to crossing the border, within 48 hours from the moment of this test result in Polish or English, are released from quarantine (for people travelling to their place of residence or in order to stay in Poland).

2021-04-22 11:30

Amendments to the Regulation effective from April 20, 2021 - persons crossing the sea border with a negative Covid test result, valid for 48 hours, in Polish or English, are not subject to quarantine after entering Poland.

2021-04-14 12:30

Extension of restrictions in force including entry to Poland until 05/06/2021. Read more >>

2021-03-30 12:00

Travel to Poland

In connection with the published regulation of the Polish Council of Ministers from March 29, 2021, we inform you that you are required to present a negative COVID-19 test result when entering Poland during the period March 30, 2021 to April 9, 2021. The test must have been taken a maximum of 48 hours prior to arrival. In the absence of a test, a 10-day quarantine period applies. Passengers quarantined at the border can take a test in Poland at their own expense, and a negative result obtained within 48 hours of crossing the border will release them from quarantine.

According to the regulation, the following COVID-19 tests are approved:

  • antigen test or PCR test
  • test result must be written in Polish or English

Groups exempt from presenting a negative COVID-19 test:

  • freight driver
  • seamen and aircraft crews in connection with work
  • people vaccinated against COVID-19
  • people who completed home isolation, isolation and hospitalization due to infection with the SARS-COV-2 virus, no later than 6 months before the date of crossing the border of the Republic of Poland.
  • others defined in the regulation

Travel to Sweden

Until May 31, 2021, people entering  Sweden will have to present a negative COVID-19 test. The test cannot be taken no later than 48 hours before disembarking. The requirement to have the test will not apply to persons listed on the page: www.regeringen.se.
Note: road transport containing goods is exempt from this restriction

2021-03-29 18:00

We would like to inform you that there is a COVID-19 test site on premises of the Terminal in Świnoujście.
The above-mentioned site is located at Shipping Car Inspection Station and is open from 06.00-18.00.
After Easter, the site will be open 24 hours a day.

2021-03-28 16:30

COVID-19 test site in Ystad:
Address: port in Ystad, Bornholmsgatan 8 (the same building as the ferry terminal)

Opening hours:

  • Easter: 01-05.04 : 11:00 – 16:00
  • From 06.04, also on Saturdays and Sundays: 09:00 – 22:00

Contact: support@innovacc.se

Prices:

  • Antigen test: 495 SEK
  • Antibody test: 299 SEK
  • PCR test: 1495 SEK

Payment: credit card

2021-03-24 11:00

The Government has decided to extend the general entry ban for foreign citizens who cannot present a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival in Sweden until 31 May 2021.

The Government’s decision means that:

  • The general entry ban will continue to apply. People travelling to Sweden from ‘third countries’ must, in addition to presenting a negative COVID-19 result, belong to a category exempted from the entry ban. The test requirement applies to foreign citizens aged 18 and older.

A test conducted within 48 hours prior to arrival. People who regularly cross the border to work or study in Sweden or another state must be able to present a negative COVID-19 result from a test taken within 7 days prior to arrival in Sweden.

Requirement to present negative result of the test does not apply to:

  • Citizens and people who have a right of residence or a residence permit in Sweden;
  • people under the age of 18 and people in the transport sector;

2021-03-12 12:00

In Świnoujście COVID tests can be done in following locations:

https://diag.pl/katalogi/miasta-badania-krwi/swinoujscie/

Approximate cost in Municipal Hospital in Świnoujście:

Antigen tests – 80 zł

  • Done every day from 10 am to 12 pm
  • You don’t have to book a visit
  • Entrance from Mieszka I 4 street (testing container)

PCR tests – 400 zł

  • You have to book a visit at least a day before
  • Book a test by telephone: 504 470 694
  • Entrance from Jana z Kolna street (testing container)
  • Test results will be available up to 24 hours

2021-02-25 09:30

To mitigate the risk of spreading of the virus we introduce a ban on using visors and scarves for covering mouth and nose. From 27 February on only masks, which protect us best against infections, are allowed.

https://www.gov.pl/web/koronawirus/przedluzamy-zasady-bezpieczenstwa-do-14-marca

2021-02-05 16:16

On the Swedish border the following types of tests are approved:

  • Antigen tests,
  • PCR tests,
  • LAMP tests

For the certificate to be valid, the following information must be included:

  • Name of the person tested
  • Time the test was conducted
  • Test type: Antigen test, PCR test, LAMP test, or TMA test.
  • Test result
  • Name, telephone number and address to the issuer of the certificate, or to the laboratory that conducted the test.

The information must be clearly stated in Swedish, English, Norwegian or Danish.

The Public Health Agency recommends everyone who travels to Sweden from abroad to get tested upon arrival and avoid contacts for seven days, regardless of citizenship.

Source: Folkhälsomyndigheten

Requirement to present negative result of the test does not apply to:

  • people under the age of 18;
  • people who have a right of residence or a residence permit in Sweden;
  • people who carry out, are involved in or are being transported by medical transport services;
  • people in the transport sector;
  • people with imperative family reasons;
  • people in need of international protection or with other humanitarian grounds;
  • people undergoing procedures or urgent medical treatments in Sweden;
  • people who need to cross the border to engage in reindeer husbandry;
  • seafarers;
  • personnel within the scope of international police, customs or emergency services cooperation.

2021-02-04 08:30

The Government of Sweden has decided that foreign citizen travelling to Sweden are required to present a certificate showing a negative result for ongoing COVID-19 infection from a test conducted within 48 hours prior to arrival. The amendments apply as of 6 February 2021.

The purpose of extending the general entry ban is to continue to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus. It applies to foreign citizens, over the age of 18, attempting to enter Sweden from all countries.

  • people who perform work in Sweden are required to present a certificate showing a negative result from a test conducted within week prior to arrival;
  • requirement to present negative result of the test does not apply to:
  • people under the age of 18;
  • people who have a right of residence or a residence permit in Sweden;
  • people who carry out, are involved in or are being transported by medical transport services;
  • people in the transport sector;
  • people with imperative family reasons;
  • people in need of international protection or with other humanitarian grounds;
  • people undergoing procedures or urgent medical treatments in Sweden;
  • people who need to cross the border to engage in reindeer husbandry;
  • seafarers;
  • personnel within the scope of international police, customs or emergency services cooperation.

Additional information on www.regeringen.se . More information on www.krisinformation.se .

2021-01-21 09:00

Regarding current restrictions concerning COVID and UL activities. An Ordinance of the Council of Ministers from 14 January 2021 has been published in the Journal of Laws, amending the Ordinance on the establishment of certain restrictions, prohibitions and prohibitions in relation to an epidemic.

QUARANTINE

Quarantine, specified in § 2 section 18 of the Ordinance of the Council of Ministers from December 21  2020, has been prolonged until 31 January 2021. The content of the amended provision below:

Until 31 January quarantine is obligatory for persons who cross the Polish border:

  1. by aircraft
  2. by train
  3. by vehicle that is:
  • a mode of collective public transport,
  • designed for the carriage of more than 9 persons including the driver,
  • used to provide international road transport services, non-commercial international road transport services, international scheduled transport services, or international combined transport services,
  • designed for the carriage of at least 7 but not more than 9 persons including the driver as part of commercial international carriage of passengers by road.

WARNING!

The above obligation to undergo a 10-day quarantine after crossing the border of the Republic of Poland (constituting the internal border of the EU) does not apply to those traveling by sea.

There is still an obligation to cover the mouth and nose and keep a distance of min. 1.5m apart.