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Poland gradually eases quarantine restrictions

Some provinces will partially resume full-time education in schools, hairdressers, and beauty salons





In , from Monday, April 26, gradually begin to ease the .

This is stated on the website of the Polish government.

Quarantine restrictions will begin to relax in 11 provinces of Poland. It will be allowed to partially resume full-time education in schools (for students of grades 1-3), the work of hairdressers and beauty salons.

However, in the provinces of Silesia, Lower Lena, Greater Poland, Lodz, and Opole, there are no plans to ease the quarantine yet.

According to the latest statistics, 2.7 million people fell ill with the  in Poland during the entire time of the pandemic. At the same time, 2,35 million people have overcome the disease. More than 62 thousand patients died of complications caused by coronavirus infection.


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