Coronavirus Test Points at Katowice Airport

  • Lab-MED

    Available round-the-clock. Located at the car park in front of passenger terminal C (to the right from the building's exit - location). The lab does not offer earlier admissions for tests. The point handles all formalities connected with reporting the test results to the sanitary-epidemiological station.

    The point offers three kinds of tests: certified Panbio rapid antigenic tests by Abbott (cost: PLN 160 PLN 140*, result after approx. 30 minutes), rapid molecular (NAAT) tests by Abbott (cost: PLN 380 PLN 240*, result after approx. 1 hour) and PCR tests (cost: PLN 240, result after approx. 24 hours). For the given prices, passengers will receive a bilingual (Polish-English) certificate. Payment by cash or card (preferred). The lab accepts travel agency discounts and vouchers (except for already paid-for tests).

    The point consists of six container stations, including one for families with children under 2 and one for passengers travelling from Katowice Airport.

    * Summer offer (valid from 28 June 2021)
  • Centrum Medyczne Damiana

    Available from 07:00 to 20:00, seven days a week. Located at the car park in front of Moxy Hotel Katowice Airport (location)

    The point offers two tests: Antigenic (price: PLN 110, result after approx. 15 minutes) and RT-PCR (price: PLN 450, result after approx. 6 hours). For the given prices, passengers will receive the test result in Polish or English. Warning! Payment only by card. Appointments can be booked online.

    The point consists of one container station.
  • GynCentrum

Available 24/7, located at the car park in front of terminal C (to the right from the exit - location). In order to be tested, one must register online and come to the point at the appointed time. The point issues test results in Polish, English, German, Czech and Ukrainian.

The point offers two tests: RT-PCR (online payment: PLN 350 or PLN 249*. Payment at the point: PLN 240. Result available in up to 24 hours Register online) and Antigenic (online payment: PLN 149 or online: 149 zł lub 94 zł*. Payment at the point: PLN 140. Test result after 30 minutes. Register online).

* Lower price applies only if a code is used while paying for the appointment online.
* Lower price applies only if testyantygenowelato2021! code is used while paying for the appointment online.

 

Rules concerning arriving in Poland from Schengen & Non-Schengen countries

Passengers arriving from Non-Schengen countries (except for EFTA & EEA countries and Turkey)

  • Passengers must enter quarantine for 10 days, unless they present a negative coronavirus result of a test done not earlier than 7 days after arriving in Poland;
  • Fully vaccinated people are released from mandatory quarantine, i.e. those people who completed the vaccination process at least 14 days ago, i.e. took both doses of the coronavirus vaccine (in case of a two-dose vaccine) or one dose (in case of a one-dose-only vaccine) and have a certificate confirming the vaccination. The vaccine must be approved to be used in the European Union;
  • Released from quarantine are convalescents, i.e. people who in the last 6 months have been isolated, isolated at home or hospitalized due to contacting the coronavirus;
  • Children under 12 are released from quarantine if they are travelling with fully vaccinated guardians.

Pasażerowie arriving from Schengen area countries (and Ireland, Croatia, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey)

  • Released from quarantine are passengers who will present a negative coronavirus test result done in the country they're departing from, and which is not older than 48 hours, counting from the moment of receiving the result;
  • Released from quarantine are passengers who will present a negative coronavirus test result done after crossing the border in 48 hours; in that time, the test result must be uploaded by the laboratory to the system;
  • Fully vaccinated people are released from mandatory quarantine, i.e. those people who completed the vaccination process at least 14 days ago, i.e. took both doses of the coronavirus vaccine (in case of a two-dose vaccine) or one dose (in case of a one-dose-only vaccine) and have a certificate confirming the vaccination. The vaccine must be approved to be used in the European Union;
  • Released from quarantine are convalescents, i.e. people who in the last 6 months have been isolated, isolated at home or hospitalized due to contacting the coronavirus;
  • Children under 12 are released from quarantine if they are travelling with guardians who are either fully vaccinated or have a negative coronavirus test result.

Full list of cases which are ground for release from quarantine are available in the regulation of the Council of Ministers from 6 May 2021 on restrictions and obligations due to the state of epidemic.