Polish Minister of Health warns of renewed strict restrictions / Day

Last week, the government decided to allow hotels, cinemas and theaters to partially resume work, as well as to open sports centers and ski slopes. The restrictions were relaxed for a trial period of two weeks, starting on 12 February.

From Friday, hotels and guest houses will be able to receive tourists again, but not more than 50% of the maximum number.

As a result, the ski base experienced a large influx of people over the weekend.

Videos taken in Zakopane at the foot of the Tatra Mountains showed a crowd dancing and singing on the city’s main shopping street. Most of the people in the video are young people, several of whom did not have face masks.

“It is our duty to keep our distance and wear masks. Behavior like in Zakopane can lead to increased restrictions,” Nedzelsky said.

The number of new Covid-19 cases registered in recent days shows that the downward trend may change and Poland is in danger of “accelerating pandemic processes,” the minister said.

In recent days, the number of new cases of Covid-19 has ranged from 5,000 to 7,000. A total of 40,832 people have died in Poland after being infected with Covid-19.

In Poland, almost 650,000 people have received both doses of Covid-19 so far.

Source: Diena.lv by www.diena.lv.

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