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Easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Poland from May 1. What will be changed?

From the last few days, a significant decrease in the number of coronavirus infections in Poland have observed. If the downward trend continues in the coming days, it will be possible to ease further restrictions such as the reopening of shopping malls, gyms, restaurants and returning students to school. The schedule may change depending on the current epidemic situation. Check out how the plan for May looks like!

FROM 1 MAY

Safety rules apply throughout the country - open hairdressing and beauty salons

Sport - practising sport in outdoor sports facilities :

  • limit - max. 50 people

Sport - practising sports in indoor sports facilities and swimming pools :

  • for organized groups of children and youth
  • max. 50 percent occupancy of the facility

FROM 4 MAY

Culture - open art galleries and museums :

  • limit of 1 person per 15 m2
  • operating in strict sanitary regime

Trade - open construction and furniture stores, shopping malls

  • limit of 1 person per 15 m2
  • operating in strict sanitary regime

Religious worship - services with a limit of people:

  • limit of 1 person per 15 m2 in the religious places
  • recommendation for holding ceremonies in the open air

Education - primary schools:

  • full-time education for grades 1-3 of primary school
  • strict sanitary regime - including airing the rooms during breaks and disinfecting facilities at weekends

FROM 8 MAY

Hotels - open to guests:

  • max 50 percent occupancy of the facility
  • closed restaurants and wellness & spa area

FROM MAY 15

Wearing masks in the open air - obligation will be lifted :

  • If the infection rate per 100,000 people will fall below 15 - it will be possible to lift the obligation to wear masks in the open air.
  • The obligation to cover the nose and mouth with a mask in closed rooms will remain the same.

Outdoor gastronomy (in the open air) - open restaurant gardens:

  • activity in strict sanitary regime - including safe distance between the tables and the limit of people per table

Culture - open-air cinemas and theatres:

  • max 50 percent occupancy
  • operating in strict sanitary regime

Special events outside - the possibility of organizing, among others weddings and communions:

  • limit up to 25 people
  • in a strict sanitary regime - including safe distance between the tables and the limit of people per table (regulations are the same as in the case of outdoor catering)

Education - primary and secondary schools:

  • hybrid learning for grades 4-8 of primary schools
  • hybrid learning for grades 1-4 of secondary schools
  • strict sanitary regime: airing the rooms during breaks, disinfecting facilities at weekends

Sport - practising sport in outdoor sports facilities:

  • max 25 percent the audience

FROM MAY 29

Internal gastronomy - open restaurants:

  • max occupancy 50 percent the premises
  • activity in a strict sanitary regime - a safe distance between the tables is kept, the limit of people per table

Occasional events inside - the possibility of organizing, among others weddings and communions:

  • limit up to 50 people
  • in a strict sanitary regime - including a safe distance between the tables and the limit of people per table (regulations are the same as in the case of internal gastronomy)

Culture - open cinemas and theatres

  • max occupancy 50 percent facility
  • operating in strict sanitary regime

Sport - practising sports in indoor sports facilities and swimming pools:

  • facilities accessible to all
  • max occupancy up to 50 percent (with audience)

Sport - practising sports in gyms, fitness clubs, solarium:

  • limit of 1 person per 15m2
  • operating in strict sanitary regime

Education - primary and secondary schools:

  • full-time learning for all students
  • strict sanitary regime: airing the rooms during breaks, disinfecting facilities at weekends

So far, 2.7 million people have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Poland. Find the registration schedule of vaccination below!

April 28 - born 1978-1979,

April 29 - born in 1980-1981,

April 30 - born 1982-1983,

May 1 - born 1984-1985,

May 3 - 1986-1987,

May 4 - born in 1988-1989,

May 5 - 1990-1991,

May 6 - 1992-1993,

May 7 - 1994-1996,

May 8 - 1997-1999,

May 9 - 2000-2003

Until May 9, all persons over the age of 18 will have an e-referral issued. This means that after May 9, every adult will be able to register for vaccination. Do not hesitate and get vaccinated against COVID-19!

More information on vaccination and registration can be found at www.gov.pl/szczepimysie

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