Occupying almost 800 square metres of space, the pastel-coloured museum is decorated with items and areas that offer a cheerful backdrop for visitors to photograph themselves with – and then share on their favourite social media platform, such as Instagram or Tik-Tok.
Poland's health minister has announced that the government is extending coronavirus epidemic restrictions until Feb. 14, but that it has decided to reopen shops in malls, and culture facilities within a sanitary regime from Feb. 1.
Poland's Ministry of Development has stipulated the reopening of trade, including shopping malls, from February 1. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development Jaroslaw Gowin said on Friday it was, however, too early to reopen other sectors.
Financial losses caused by the government-ordered shut-down of shopping malls have already reached an estimated PLN 30 billion (EUR 6.61 billion), according to the Polish Council of Shopping Centres.
Shopping malls have lost an estimated PLN 30 billion (EUR 6.64 billion) due to restrictions introduced by the government in an attempt to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Poland will impose a national quarantine from December 28 to January 17 as a measure against the spreading Covid-19 disease, the Polish health ministry announced on Thursday.
Polish shopping centres face a revenue gap as much as PLN 3.6 billion (EUR 811 million) in annual income owing to the withering effects of the pandemic lockdown, a new report has revealed.
Sales in Polish shopping centres have declined by 24 percent in the first three quarters of 2020, the Polish Council of Shopping Centres (PRCH) said on Tuesday.
From January to September 30, 2020, Poland's shopping centres recorded a drop in customer visits of 28.9 percent compared with the first nine months of 2019, the Retail Institute has said in a report summarising the third quarter of the year.
Poland's retail sector may have lost up to PLN 8 billion (EUR 1.8 billion) in November due to Covid lockdown restrictions on shopping centres, a trade council and union said on Wednesday.