In order to prevent and control the spread of the Pandemic, the Polish government made new measures on the 30th.
Prime Minister Moravitsky announced at a press conference that starting next Monday (November 2), employees of government departments and public institutions must work remotely if the nature of the work permits.
This measure will last for at least two weeks. At the same time, Morawiecki urged companies to try their best to let employees work from home if conditions permit.
In addition, from October 31st to November 2nd, cemeteries across the country will be closed to prevent mass visits to cemeteries during the traditional festival in memory of the deceased, which will worsen the Pandemic situation.
At the same press conference, Minister of Health Negelsky announced a major change in virus testing: In order to promote faster antigen testing and expand the size of the testing population.
the government will modify the diagnosis rules, and the results of antigen testing will be consistent with The PCR test results have the same effect. Previously, the results of antigen testing must be verified by PCR testing to be able to confirm the infection.
Recently, the Covid-19 Pandemic in Poland has continued to deteriorate. According to data from the Ministry of Health, the number of new cases reported on the 29th and 30th for two consecutive days exceeded 20,000
The cumulative number of infections exceeded 340,000, 5351 deaths, and the number of uncured patients It also exceeded 20,000 cases for the first time, reaching 200759 cases.