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Over 174,000 Ukrainian children have already enrolled in Polish schools and kindergartens, a deputy education minister has said.
Most Polish school and kindergarten children are attending regular classes despite rising Covid infection rates, according to Poland's Education Ministry.
The Polish government will launch a set of further restrictions in order to respond to the latest wave of the Covid pandemic, health ministry officials have announced.
Fewer than 1 percent of kindergartens and schools are using distance learning or hybrid tuition, according to the Education Ministry, despite rising Covid infection rates.
In an online press conference PM Mateusz Morawiecki unveiled the government’s step-by-step plan to getting the country out of lockdown saying that restaurants could reopen soon. But he warned that shopping centre food courts and on-site catering services would remain closed, fitness clubs, recreational areas and cinemas located in shopping centres will also remain closed and hotel restaurants and recreational areas will remain shut.
Education Minister Dariusz Piontkowski announced on Friday that the Polish government had decided that schools, kindergartens and creches will remain closed in Poland until May 24 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Considered one of the most modern in Poland, the nursery design which is built around a green atrium to help bring the outside in, blends modern architecture, nature and community.
The building will embrace technology that helps regulate its temperature and keep heating bills to a minimum.
By Monday noon, 48.5 percent of schools and kindergartens in Poland were taking part in the strike proclaimed by the Polish Teachers' Union (ZNP) and the Trade Unions' Forum (FZZ), the deputy Education Minister, Maciej Kopeć, announced.