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New drive-thru coronavirus tests planned in Poland

27.04.2020 13:15
Poland’s health ministry is planning to launch drive-thru coronavirus swab tests for people coming to the end of their 14-day quarantine period.
Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

Health ministry spokesman Wojciech Andrusiewicz said on Monday: "The aim is for people ending their quarantine to be 100 percent sure that they are healthy."

Andrusiewicz added that swab tests would be delivered to people who needed them but who did not have their own car.

Quarantine in Poland is imposed on people who are in good health but who have been in contact with someone who is infected with the COVID-19 disease, or who is suspected to be infected.

The quarantine period lasts 14 days, during which people are not allowed to leave home.

The health ministry announced on Monday morning that 78,878 people across the country were under quarantine.

A total of 11,761 people have tested positive for the COVID-19 disease in Poland, with 539 deaths from the coronavirus so far, according to officials.


Source: PAP/ Polish Radio