On November 7, a number of new restrictions will come into force in Poland, designed to limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. In particular, all stores in shopping centers will be closed, except for grocery stores, pharmacies, and service points. Theaters, cinemas, galleries, and other cultural institutions will stop working. It was decided to send schoolchildren to distance learning. The Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki spoke about this. According to him, restrictions in the country will be in effect until November 29.
Morawiecki added that Poland is “one step away from a nationwide quarantine, that is, a complete lockdown,” and the authorities do not exclude that such measures will be taken in the future.