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Stricter COVID-19 rules in Poland

25.02.2021 13:59
The Polish government has announced new rules to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
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Restrictions on public life will be reintroduced in the Warmińsko-mazurskie region in north-eastern Poland, due to a rapid rise in infections there and the detection of the so-called British, more contagious variant of the virus.

Meanwhile, as of Saturday, Poles will not be allowed to use scarves, bandanas and plastic visors instead of masks to cover their face in public.

New restrictions are also to be introduced at Poland's borders with Slovakia and the Czech Republic due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in those countries.