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COVID-19: Poland eases some restrictions

The government will allow cinemas, theatres, philharmonic halls and cultural institutions to open on May 21, earlier than previously expected, as coronavirus restrictions are being gradually eased, the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has announced.

“We are accelerating opening cinemas, theatres, philharmonics, cultural institutions … by a week, to May 21,” Morawiecki said. Customers of these facilities will not be allowed to consume drinks or meals inside.

The government has also moved the opening of fitness clubs and restaurants to May 28 from May 29. From that day, restaurants will also be opened, where every other table will be able to be occupied.

The institutions will still be subject to visitor caps and will operate under a sanitary regime.

From Saturday, May 15, the obligation to wear masks in the open air will be abolished. However, the obligation to cover the nose and mouth with a mask in closed rooms and in public transport will remain unchanged.

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