Polish Minister of Health Lukasz скийumowski said that starting March 24 you shouldn’t leave home, “except for urgent needs, such as work, going to the pharmacy, doctor or the store.”
In Poland, the government introduced additional restrictions on the coronavirus pandemic until April 11th. On March 24, reports “Polish Radio”.
The country’s Prime Minister Mateusz Moravecki noted that restrictions on movement are being introduced, and the Minister of Health Lukasz Shumovsky said that you should not leave your home from March 24, “except for urgent needs, such as work, going to the pharmacy, doctor or the store” .
According to the Polish Radio, individual dog walks and walks for health are not prohibited. However, mass crowds of people are prohibited, including children on playgrounds, picnics, and more.
The number of passengers in public transport is also limited: no more people can be in the cabin than half of all seats.
Moreover. everyone who returns from abroad must be quarantined for two weeks. This does not apply to persons who travel in connection with work.
The media said that at 5 pm on March 24 in Poland there were almost 800 cases of coronavirus infection, nine people died.
An outbreak of coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in Chinese province of Hubei. March 11 World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic. By given American University Jones Hopkins on March 24, the total number of infected in the world exceeded 380 thousand, of which 16 595 died, more than 101 thousand recovered.