December 17th local time, Polish Minister of Health Negelsky said that from December 28, 2020 to January 17, 2021, Poland will implement national quarantine, close ski resorts, hotels are only open to very small groups of people, and a curfew will be imposed on New Year’s Eve.
On the same day, Negelsky announced at a press conference that some epidemic prevention measures would be strengthened during the implementation of the national quarantine, including the implementation of a curfew on New Year’s Eve, that is, from 19 p.m.
December 31, 2020 to 6 a.m. on January 1, 2021, except for necessary official travel and other specified exceptions. Prohibit people from going out; once again close shopping malls, allowing only shops, pharmacies, etc.
that guarantee basic daily necessities to operate; further restrict the operation of hotels and prohibit the reception of previously allowed business passengers, but still open to military, police, medical personnel, etc.; close ski resorts; people entering Poland through organized transportation need to carry out 10 Isolate in the sky.
The current epidemic prevention measures will be extended, including: between 8 and 16:00 on Monday to Friday, minors under the age of 16 are prohibited from going out without parents or guardians; the number of passengers on public transportation is half the seats; the number of gatherings cannot exceed five; weddings is prohibited; gyms, water parks, etc.
It is forbidden to open; restaurants can only provide take-out services; the flow of stores is limited to 1 person per 15 square meters, while maintaining the exclusive shopping period for the elderly from 10 to 12:00 hours from Monday to Friday.
Nejelsky hopes that the universal quarantine will prepare for the upcoming vaccination, but he stressed that the future will still be extremely difficult and the effect of vaccination will not appear in the short term.