The current restrictions were to be in effect until January 17, but Matthews Moraveki announced on Monday afternoon that they would be extended until January 31. Previously, this information was provided unofficially by Business Insider Polska.

Depending on the restrictions, a maximum of 5 people can participate in public gatherings. There is a distance of 1.5 meters and the distance between meetings should not be less than 100 meters. Restaurants can take take-out and drop-off orders. The ski slopes remain closed, and hotels may only open their doors to doctors and staff. In malls, where the 1-person / 15sqm rule still applies, only designated stores will open until January 31.

Sports infrastructure is only available to professional athletes. The 10-day period still applies Quarantine For people who have come to Poland by mass transit.

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When should students return to school?

On January 18th, full-time education will return

On Monday afternoon, Przemislav Kosarnik and Adam Niedzelsky informed that after the winter break, students of grades 1-3 will return to full-time education. – This decision was taken in conditions of great uncertainty, in conditions of the development of an epidemic in Poland – said the Minister of Health. The Minister of Education and Science, Przemislav Kzarnik, added that before January 18, teachers will be tested for coronavirus.

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