Restrictions after January 17. Government spokesman replies

Government spokesman Piotr Muller was asked on the “Tate” program about the possibility of swimming pools open. He stated that it would be possible when the epidemiological situation allowed it. He stressed, however, that the restrictions are now sufficient, but it cannot be ruled out that “if there is a significant increase in infections, as is the case in Germany or Great Britain, restrictions will have to be increased.”

At this point, the most likely option is to extend it. Such information should appear early this next week – & nbsp Mueller said. He also mentioned that children have returned to school. The Minister of Education, Przemysław Czarnek, announced that children from & nbspklas 1-3 will most likely return to full-time education on January 18.

Restrictions After Jan 17th – Reading Tea Leaves?

The restrictions imposed by the epidemic make our lives dictated by the number of cases of coronavirus infection. Less disease means fewer restrictions, and more – tightening them. Part of the restrictions must be lifted at the moment a large portion of the community is vaccinated.

– In & nbspgroup “0”, about 700,000 people can be vaccinated. 500,000 people have already registered, and recruitment is open until January 14th. So we will have around 2.2 million doses for the first set in the first quarter of 2020 – said the head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery, Mikhao Dwarczyk, in early January.