Shopping centers and shops will open on November 28 in Poland, subject to the most stringent sanitary measures. This was announced on November 21 during a press conference by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, reported the newspaper Rp.
Most shopping centers are currently closed in Poland, he recalled. According to Moravetsky, in case of violation of the rules of work, the stores will be closed.
The prime minister warned that stores would be closed if sanitary rules were violated. Sports halls, cinemas, concert halls remain closed until December 27. Schools will not reopen until December 24.
“We were persuaded to open up other industries. But we decided to leave them closed, ”concluded Moravetsky.
In early November, Poland tightened security measures due to an increase in cases of COVID-19. The authorities allow the imposition of restrictions on movement.
Over the past seven, 152,357 cases of coronavirus infection have been identified in Poland. In total, 819,262 cases of infection have been detected in the country since the beginning of the pandemic, 12,714 patients have died.