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Next stages of lifting Covid-19-related restrictions


Picture - lifting Covid-19-related restrictions

As announced on May 27 by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, the following Covid-19 related restrictions will be lifted:

Starting from May 30

  • Abolishment of obligation to cover mouth and nose in public spaces – with reservation that social distancing remains in force.
  • Free access (no quotas) to places of worship, post offices, shops, bazars. Covering mouth and nose will remain mandatory.
  • Free access (no quotas) to restaurants, cafes and bars. Keeping 2 meters distance remains mandatory.
  • Social gatherings outdoors, up to 150 people, allowed.

Starting from June 6

  • Opening gyms, swimming pools, theme parks and playrooms.