I'm flying from Brussels to Tallinn on the 7th September in LOT. I have a 2.5 hours layover in Warsaw.

Is there a possibility that I will be quarantined in Warsaw?


Of course not, since you're leaving again in 2.5 hours. AFAIK there's not a single country that prevents you from catching a connecting flight due to quarantine.

Also, per the government website (LINK), those entering Poland from within the EU/Schengen don't have to quarantine.

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    To be clear, there are a few countries that won't let you transit under certain circumstances; but in such cases, you usually won't be allowed to board your first flight. – Michael Seifert Sep 3 '20 at 0:30
  • @MichaelSeifert Yes, but in these cases the reason isn't that you have to be quarantined for (say) 2 weeks for the sake of it – Crazydre Sep 3 '20 at 1:22
  • Thank you for your help! – Pratham Solanki Sep 3 '20 at 6:34

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