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Poles will have to wear masks in public amid epidemic

09.04.2020 16:48
Poles will from next Thursday have to wear masks or scarves covering their nose and mouth when out in public, the country’s health minister has announced amid a coronavirus epidemic.
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Łukasz Szumowski said the move would help protect “not us, the ones wearing these masks and scarves, but others from us.”

He told reporters that the COVID-19 disease was spreading in Poland, and some people who were infected showed no symptoms.

A total of 5,341 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Poland, with 164 deaths from the coronavirus so far, officials said on Thursday morning.

Poland’s prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, on Thursday announced that a swathe of restrictions on daily life were being extended as the country battles the epidemic.


Source: PAP