The Polish government announced the extension of some epidemic prevention and control measures and announced the future epidemic prevention plan
On November 21, local time, Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki announced the extension of some epidemic prevention and control measures. The catering industry, cultural institutions, leisure and entertainment places, etc. will remain closed until December 27.
Most of the current epidemic prevention measures will expire on November 29.
Distance learning in schools will continue until December 23. Universities and secondary schools in some areas with severe epidemic began distance teaching as early as October 17.
Subsequently, the same epidemic prevention measures were implemented in grades 4-5 to 8. On November 9, classroom teaching in grades 1-3 of primary schools were closed, and all schools in Poland have been closed since then.
The winter holiday of the school is advanced to January 4 to January 17, during which it is forbidden to organize students to travel. In previous years, Poland’s traditional winter vacation usually lasted for two weeks from mid-January to the end of February.
In addition, from November 28, shopping malls will reopen under strict epidemic prevention regulations. In addition to disinfection supplies, shopping malls must also limit the density of people, that is, no more than one person per 15 square meters on average.
Shopping malls in Poland have been closed since the 7th of this month, and all the shopping malls have been closed except for shops selling daily necessities and some services.
According to the draft plan of “100 Days of Solidarity Anti-epidemic Action” released on the 21st, the Polish government has set the period of responsibility from November 28 to December 27, and most of the epidemic prevention measures currently implemented are still valid and applicable throughout the country.
If the epidemic situation improves, Poland will enter a “stable period” as early as December 28. At that time, the government will divide the country into three regions: red, yellow and green according to the severity of the epidemic situation, and adopt different prevention and control policies.
And once the epidemic continues to worsen, it will enter a “national lockdown period”, when the government will take stricter epidemic prevention measures in the country.