Poles will have to wear masks in hospitals, clinics and pharmacies until the end of April owing to epidemic restrictions, according to a draft government regulation.
Regulations enforcing the mandatory wearing of masks in hospitals and pharmacies will be extended to March 31, next year.
The obligation to wear masks in pharmacies, clinics and hospitals in Poland will be extended until at least the end of March 2023, the health minister has announced.
The Polish health minister has appealed to Poles to act responsibly despite the lifting of some pandemic restrictions.
The pandemic is not over and people should continue to wear face masks in large crowds despite mask restrictions being lifted, Poland's health minister tweeted on Thursday.
Poles will no longer have to wear masks in public spaces from Monday, except for healthcare facilities, the health minister has announced.
Poland’s health minister has said he has recommended the prime minister to lift face-mask rules, and quarantine and self-isolation requirements from April.
Poland will lift most pandemic restrictions on March 1, including remote work, the prime minister announced on Wednesday.
Stunned heritage officials said the discovery, along with a treasure trove of other valuables which survived two world wars, including the Warsaw Uprising, and the subsequent decades of Communism, are in almost pristine condition.
Hotels in Poland resumed operations on Saturday but only at 50-percent capacity, restaurants and cafes will open on May 15 but only for customers sitting outside as part of measures easing lockdown restrictions.
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