Poland will tighten pandemic restrictions from February 27. A government ordinance introducing the new regulations was published in the Polish journal of laws on Friday.
Polish manufacturing sector was not affected by lockdown restrictions thanks to its involvement in international production, the finance minister has said.
The government decided to tighten Covid-19 related restrictions in Warmińsko-Mazurskie province, the health minister said.
Only 21 percent Poles are in favour of stricter lockdown restrictions, while the vast majority prefer no changes or even a further loosening of them, a recent poll has shown.
New decisions on further pandemic restrictions not earlier than next week, the government spokesperson said on Tuesday.
The government could reinstate Covid-19 restrictions at a regional level, if the pandemic situation deteriorates, the health minister has said.
Polish cinemas, theatres, hotels and swimming pools can open again on Friday as part of a gradual loosening of lockdown restrictions.
The health minister has said he will recommend a return to tougher lockdown restrictions, if the number of daily new infections exceeds 10,000.
About 200 hospitality sector companies plan to join a class action lawsuit against the state owing to losses run up under lockdown restrictions.
A survey conducted for the rp.pl website found that 47 percent of the Polish public would make use of a restaurant if it were opened despite Covid-19 countermeasures.