A three-week national quarantine in Poland takes effect today. It will last until January 17, BNR reported.
So far, there are partial restrictions in the country, which include mandatory wearing of masks, distance learning, work from home and closure of establishments that can only perform home deliveries.
Additional measures now include the closure of all shops, except those offering basic necessities and pharmacies, the closure of hotels and ski slopes. The aim is to avoid crowds in the winter resorts during the holiday for students starting on January 4. For the New Year, the country will have an evening hour from 7 pm on December 31 to 6 am on January 1.