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Popular resorts in Poland packed, despite rise in coronavirus cases

13.08.2020 14:27
The number of new coronavirus cases in Poland rose by 811 from the previous day, while the death toll increased by 14, health authorities said on Thursday.
Holidays amid the coronavirus: a beach in Kołobrzeg, northern Poland, earlier this week.
Holidays amid the coronavirus: a beach in Kołobrzeg, northern Poland, earlier this week. Photo: PAP/Rafał Guz

But the alarming number of daily cases is not discouraging Poles from flocking to popular holiday resorts, be it on the Baltic coast, in the country’s lake district or the mountainous south.

According to data released by the Central Statistical Office, the number of foreign tourists visiting Poland in June fell by 62.7 percent year on year.

However, the number of domestic tourists exceeded 2 million, which shows that, while Poles are cautious about vacations abroad, they have no qualms about holidaying in their own country. Popular resorts in Poland are besieged.