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Coronavirus Practical Information

Coronavirus Practical Information

second wave of coronavirus

The second wave of deadly Covid-19 has come and the Government is to introduce new rules to combat the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Poland. The health and safety of our employees and partners are of the utmost importance, which is why we keep a close eye on coronavirus developments. We will of course take measures as needed and follow the guidelines and instructions of the authorities.
As the situation changes, we will update the information on this page.

All of Poland in the Covid “red zone” - new restrictions!

On Friday, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced "very decisive actions" due to the 13,632 new, record-breaking confirmed COVID-19 infections in Poland. From Saturday (October 24), all of Poland becomes “the red zone”.

New governmental security rules for the prevention of COVID-19 apply to:

  • upper grades of primary schools (4-8) will switch to online learning,
  • minors up to 16 years of age will be allowed to leave their homes during the day (8 a.m. - 4 p.m.) only in the company of an adult,
  • the closure of sanatoria, with the possibility of completing those started before October 26,
  • ban on indoor dining (takeaway only),
  • ban on gatherings of more than five people,
  • people aged 70+ are recommended to stay at home (Shopping Hours for Seniors will be valid).

The government is also launching Solidarnościowy Korpus Wsparcia Seniorów (Solidarity Corps of Seniors’ Support) - a programme dedicated to coordinate assistance to the elderly. A special, free helpline for Seniors (22 505 11 11) will be launched as part of the Corps.

Warning!

All earlier established restrictions for the red zone are now obligatory throughout Poland.

Stay at home, save lives!

Transmission dynamics of COVID-19 depends on us. Therefore, it is important to follow the established sanitary restrictions. We suggest to stay at home and work from home again, if possible. That way you are reducing your interaction with others and preventing the spread of the virus. Leaving home should be limited to an absolute minimum. If we choose to confine ourselves to our homes as much as possible, we can each play our part in reducing deaths from COVID-19.

The second wave of deadly Covid-19 has come and the Government is to introduce new rules to combat the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Poland. The health and safety of our employees and partners are of the utmost importance, which is why we keep a close eye on coronavirus developments. We will of course take measures as needed and follow the guidelines and instructions of the authorities.
As the situation changes, we will update the information on this page.

With over 4000 new coronavirus cases confirmed in one day, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki declared that the whole of Poland would become a ‘Yellow zone’ on October, 10 (Saturday). This is done to hold back the second wave of deadly COVID-19 spreading across our country.

From Saturday, it will be mandatory to wear face masks in public in yellow zones as well. Anyone who does not wear a mask will have to present police or municipal guards a medical certificate or other document confirming the person's disability. However, there will be no need to cover faces in forests, parks, green areas, botanical gardens or beaches.

The new restrictions will cover:

  • keeping distance of 4 sqm in closed areas with only 25% of the audience indoors;
  • only 25% of the audience at outdoor sports venues;
  • the number of people allowed to participate in weddings and other family celebrations will be limited to 75;
  • church - it is compulsory to cover the mouth and nose, with the exception of worshipers. If the religious event is held outdoors, you must keep the social distance 1.5 m or cover your mouth and nose (except for worshipers);
  • discos and nightclubs will be closed;
  • restaurants are to be open until 10 pm;
  • 75% occupancy of the facility in aqua parks and swimming pools;
  • the number of participants is limited to 1 person per 10 sqm in amusement parks ;
  • gyms with limit 1 person per 7 sqm;
  • obligation to cover the mouth and nose in public transport;
  • trade/commerce - it is compulsory for customers to wear disposable gloves or to use hand sanitizers when purchasing goods or services;
  • only the staff and currently served clients may stay in beauty and hairdressing salons, tattoo studios.

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