COVID related information

1. On-Site Participation:
Social distancing and face masks

Pursuant to the Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 25 March 2022 on establishing specific restrictions, orders, and prohibitions in relation to the state of epidemic (Polish Journal of Laws, item 673), from 28 March 2022 onwards, all restrictions are lifted, which means that wearing mask is not obligatory.

However, please do not come On-Site if you are feeling sick or have any symptoms of a flu. Be with us Online.

2. Online Participation at the conference:

Registration deadline: On-Site or Online participation:  till March 20th, 2022

If you would like to change  from On-Site participation to Online participation, please contact the:

Approximately one week before the conference you will receive an email with a link to the event.


3. Protection principles

The risk of contracting coronavirus can be lowered.

ImNeudos 2022 will do our best to minimize the risk of infection with Covid-19 of our attendees. Please find below protection tips given by the Polish Government:

1. Wash your hands often

Remember to often wash your hands using soap. If it is impossible, disinfect them with alcohol-based (at least 60%) liquids/gels. The virus can be transferred from infected surfaces on the hands, so you lower the risk of infection by washing your hands often. Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.

2. Keep safe distance

Keep at least 1.5 meter distance from other people.

3. Protect others if you cough or sneeze yourself

If you sneeze or cough, cover your mouth and nose with a bent arm or a tissue and immediately dispose of it into a closed bin. Wash your hands with water and soap or disinfect them with alcohol-based (at least 60%) liquids. Covering your mouth and nose as you cough and sneeze prevents germs, including viruses, from spreading.

4. Regularly wash and disinfect touch surfaces

Wash surfaces often touched by many people, such as desks, counters and tables, door-handles, switches and handrails with water and detergent. All places which the household members often use should be carefully disinfected. Remember that microbes collect easily on mobile phones. Regularly disinfect your mobile phone (e.g. with wet wipes soaked with a disinfectant). Do not put a mobile phone on the table and do not use it as you eat.

5. Avoid spreading droplets. Cough and sneeze into a paper tissue or the crook of your arm.


4. Travel restrictions

We ask all international delegates to carefully monitor the Polish travel restrictions and exemptions on Polish Government’s: website. Please read it carefully.

In case you travel from outside EU you have to check restrictions also of the country where you enter EU.