A New List of Restrictions Due to COVID-19 is Announced by Government (23.10.2020)

From Saturday the whole territory of Poland becomes a red zone. The restriction connected to education, culture, and sport: Primary schools (grades IV to VIII) work in remote mode (till November 8). From 8 Am to 4 Pm, children up to 16 years old cannot go out alone, only under the supervision of an adult. For two weeks restaurants, pubs, cafes can only prepare takeaway and delivery meals. The tightening may be extended, depending on the further outcomes of...

Restriction of Stationary Education From October 19th Due to COVID-19

The Polish government has decided to introduce further measures to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus dividing the country into red and yellow areas. From October 19th a new regulation will be implemented for education at university and postgraduate studies. The restriction also limits the doctoral education provided by universities and other entities providing education for doctoral students. We remind you that from the 10th of October, there are no green...

New Restrictions in Poland Due to COVID-19

From the 10th of October, the yellow zone will extend to the entire country. The obligation to cover the nose and mouth will apply in public spaces - in shops, buses, and also on the streets throughout the country. Only people who have a medical certificate or a document confirming their disability do not have to wear masks. A new package of restrictions has been introduced, which is related to the escalation in the number of cases. In recent days, the number of new cases of...

Poland opens its borders with the EU countries starting from tommorow.

As announced by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, starting from June 13th Poland will open borders with the EU countries. The PM added that as of June 16, Poland will relaunch international flights, but noted that carriers "will probably need a week, or two or three, to prepare a flight-connection network."

Next stages of lifting Covid-19-related restrictions

As announced on May 27 by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mr. Mateusz Morawiecki, the following Covid-19 related restrictions will be lifted : Starting from May 30 Abolishment of obligation to cover mouth and nose in public spaces – with reservation that social distancing remains in force. Free access (no quotas) to places of worship, post offices, shops, bazars. Covering mouth and nose will remain mandatory. Free access (no quotas) to restaurants, cafes and...

Information on restoring functioning of student houses and university libraries

Conducting classes for the students, postgraduates and doctoral students in the traditional form remain suspended until 24 May. Gradual restoration of the functioning of individual institutions, including universities is expected. In connection with the implementation of the second stage of lifting the coronavirus pandemic restrictions (including opening hotels, shopping malls and libraries), we would like to inform you that it is possible for universities to gradually restore...

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