The Minister of Health, Adam Nidzelsky, announced at a press conference that new restrictions will be imposed on the entire country. Lockdown has lost its territorial character and will cover the entire country starting Saturday! We await the closing from March 20. During the press conference, new restrictions were announced. Will the changes also affect the sport? How about swimming pools or ski slopes? Will the swimming pools and ski slopes remain open? Closure in Poland. Sports changes! New restrictions from Saturday 20 March.
On Wednesday, March 17th, an urgent press conference was held with the participation of Minister of Health Adam Niedzelski. New restrictions have been announced. Regionalization of restrictions was abandoned and it was decided that a complete lockdown would cover the entire country. From Saturday, March 20, shopping malls, hotels, cinemas and theaters will be closed again. The new restrictions from 20 March 2021 will also affect the world of recreational and amateur sports. Only professional competition remains – and of course without audience participation.
This means that the activities are, inter alia, ski slopes, tennis courts or swimming pools! Until now these restrictions existed in four provinces – Warmisko-Mazurskie, Pomorskie, Mazowieckie and Lubuskie. Now they will cover the whole country. According to Health Minister Adam Nidzelsky, the changes in restrictions, which will take effect on Saturday, March 20, are aimed at halting or slowing the development of the third wave of the Coronavirus.
In Poland, 25,000 cases of coronavirus were confirmed on Wednesday, March 17th. Most of them come from the following provinces: Mazowieckie (4142), Ląskie (4030), Małopolskie (2050), Wielkopolskie (2034), Pomorskie (1685), Dolnośląskie (1672), dódzkie (1466), Podkarujaw (1319) – Pomorskie (1275) .
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