Rules and conditions regarding epidemiological situation

Dear Sir, due to epidemiological situation in Poland, we recommend you to read Rules and conditions regarding epidemiological situation:

  1. All participants of the show have to enter the showgrounds only via entries designated by the Organiser. 
  2. Only athletes, team members, officials, invited guests, media representatives, exhibitors, spectators, staff and volunteers can enter the showgrounds.
  3. Media representatives can apply for accreditation via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  4. Security services will check and verify lists provided by the athletes’ National Federations, accredited media representatives, exhibitors and guests at the entry point. Security Services will perform a health interview and measure temperature.
  5. The measurement is anonymous and mandatory to enter the showgrounds.
  6. A measurement above 37,5 degrees will result in a refusal of admission. 
  7. The nose and mouth have to be covered in all closed spaces (stables, show office, the restaurant, bathrooms).
  8. In accordance to guidelines, hands have to be regularly washed and disinfected. Hand sanitizers will be placed in the bathrooms, show office, as well as in the stables and showgrounds.
  9. If any participant observes any symptoms such as: fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle pain, oversweating, tiredness, they should immediately: 
    1. Go to a spot designated by the Organiser;
    2. Inform the Organiser by telephone (+48 795 556 230) 
    3. Contact the district Sanitary-Epidemiological Station, Sanitary-Epidemiological Station in Szamotuły: + 48 500 062 249, address: ul. Bolesława. Chrobrego 8 64-500 Szamotuły
    4. or a 24/7 helpline: NFZ +48 800 190 590;
    5. Obey the instructions given by the Main Sanitary Inspectorate.
  1. All participants have to keep a 1,5 metre social distance. 
  2. We reccomend following a few guidelines at the showgrounds: 
    1. touching your face, especially the eyes, mouth and nose
    2. Use cash-free payments at the food court and exhibitor area
    3. When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth with your elbow, or ideally a napkin, which you should then throw away into a designated thrash bin and thoroughly wash your hands.
    4. Avoid frequently touched surfaces. 
    5. Disinfect your phone and keep it away from public tables and other frequently touched surfaces. 
    6. Obey all guidelines given by the Main Sanitary Inspectorate, available at:
  1. Gatherings are forbidden at the showgrounds. 
  2. Only staff, officials, athletes and team members can enter the show Office.  
  3. Only officials, staff, volunteers, athletes and team members can enter the stable area.
  4. All participants must acccept the rules and comply with the current guidelines of the Ministry of Health, Main Sanitary Inspectorate and the WHO. Participation is voluntary and at one’s own risk. The Organiser will not bear any responsibility for the participants’ failure to comply with the rules.