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Covid-19 measures in Poland extended until 31 January

Covid-19 measures in Poland extended until 31 January

The Polish Government announced additional COVID-19 restrictions from 28 December 2020. These have now been extended until 31 January 2021.

  • Passengers entering Poland on public transport from 28 December must undergo home-quarantine for 10 days (students, amongst others are exempted from this. For full list of exemptions please see https://dziennikustaw.gov.pl/D2020000231601.pdf);
  • Limited activity permitted in shopping centres - only grocery stores, pharmacies and other essential shops remain open;
  • Senior hours remain (for age 60+) in shops, pharmacies, Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 12:00;
  • Restricted numbers in shops – max. 1 pers./15m2;
  • Restaurants closed - takeaway or delivery only;
  • Limited places on public transport (50% of seats occupied or 30% of whole area);
  • Restrictions on places of worship - max. 1 pers./15m2;
  • Participation in assemblies – max. 5 people;
  • Hotels and ski slopes will be closed;
  • Gyms, fitness clubs and aquaparks closed;
  • Prohibition of weddings, communions and other special events;

Full information is available here: https://www.gov.pl/web/premier/etap-odpowiedzialnosci-przedluzony-do-31-stycznia

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