Americans still in Ukraine could face an assault by Russian troops at any moment, so neighboring Poland has stepped up and is opening its borders to U.S. citizens.
But they face a potential problem that could prevent them from seeking shelter ahead of what experts believe is a coming maelstrom: The Biden State Department.
According to The Blaze, though Poland does not require Americans to show a ‘COVID-19 vaccine passport’ to enter, the Biden regime is requiring it.
“The security situation in Ukraine continues to be unpredictable due to the increased threats of Russian military action and can deteriorate with little notice,” says an announcement from the State Department. “U.S. citizens in Ukraine should depart immediately using commercial or other privately available transportation options.
“Poland has indicated to the U.S. government that U.S. citizens may now enter Poland through the land border with Ukraine,” the State Department bulletin continues.
“U.S. citizens must present a valid U.S. passport and proof of COVID-19 vaccination” in order to gain entry into Poland, it adds (our emphasis).
“Travelers are also encouraged to present a negative test result from a PCR or antigen COVID-19 test,” the notice states.
Translation: ‘Though we know that 100,000 Russian soldiers are poised to invade Ukraine and Americans inside the country are at risk of being killed in the crossfire, we’re not going to risk viral spread; no COVID-19 vaccine, no safe harbor for you!’
Again, Poland is not requiring this, the Biden Clown World is. Per the official website of the U.S. embassy in Poland restrictions for Americans traveling to Poland:
Starting December 15, every person arriving in Poland from outside the Schengen area has to present a negative test result from a PCR or antigen COVID-19 test to enter the country. Children who are under 5 years of age are exempt from the testing requirement. There must be no more than 24 hours between obtaining the test result and crossing the border into Poland. Vaccination does not exempt an individual from the obligation to test. These regulations will be in place until February 28, 2022.
The official government website for the Republic of Poland:
Until February 28, 2022, travelers crossing the Polish border as an external EU border are required to present to a Border Guard officer a negative diagnostic test result for SARS-CoV-2, in Polish or in English, performed within 24 hours before crossing the border and counting from the time the test result was generated (the test can be performed either in the country where the person begins his/her journey, at the airport in Poland before the border check or within 3 hours after crossing the border). Any person who fails to present a negative test result to a Border Guard officer will be required to undergo a compulsory quarantine. In the event that a test is performed after crossing the border, the procedure for releasing a traveler from quarantine rests solely with the health inspection authorities, and as such, the traveler does not have to return to the border control area.
At least in Polish quarantine Americans would be safe.
Meanwhile, there is every reason to believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin is preparing to invade. Within the past few days he has:
— Ordered Russian landing craft and assault ships into the Black Sea;
— Moved attack helicopters into adjacent regions near the Ukrainian border;
— Moved blood and medical supplies to areas of operation near the Russia-Ukraine border;
— Rebuffed sanctions threats by the impotent Biden administration and NATO countries;
— Failed to respond to questions from the Ukrainian government under an international agreement within the required 48-hour time period.
BREAKING: Diplo sources in Vienna say that Russia has failed to respond to questions raised by Ukraine under the OSCE Vienna Document w/in the 48-hour timeframe. The deadline for a response expired today at 13:59 CET. Ukraine asked Russia to clarify “unusual military activities”.
— Stephanie Liechtenstein (@StLiechtenstein) February 13, 2022