Poles can now enjoy a meal in a restaurant again owing to a loosening of lockdown restrictions that took effect on Friday.
Poland has banned Belarusian airlines from entering Polish airspace, a government spokesman announced on Wednesday.
Concerts and other open-air events will be permitted from June 4 as Poland gradually loosens its pandemic regime, the Culture, National Heritage and Sport Ministry informed on Wednesday.
Discussions in the government are currently underway as to decisions on further loosening Covid restrictions, with a timetable for the future hopefully being presented this week, the government's spokesman said on Tuesday.
The lifting of more lockdown restrictions will probably take place in the next few weeks, Poland's health minister said in an interview with the Wirtualna Polska portal on Friday.
Polish railway company PKP Intercity announced that its 50-percent seating capacity limit will cease to apply from May 15 owing to the waning strength of the pandemic.
Poland will allow cinemas, threatres, philharmonic halls and cultural institutions to open on May 21, earlier than previously expected, as coronavirus restrictions are being gradually eased, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has announced.
Lockdown restrictions in Poland could be lifted faster than planned, if the Covid-19 infection rate continues to fall, according to a spokesman for the Health Ministry.
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.
From Saturday until May 14, more people will be allowed to travel on Poland's public transport network and the limit will rise again from May 15 under a new regulation from the Council of Ministers.