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Poles in quarantine must use app so officials can monitor them

01.04.2020 17:58
Poles in quarantine amid a coronavirus epidemic from Wednesday have to use a special app that allows the authorities to keep tabs on them.
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The application is mandatory under new rules on combating the COVID-19 disease signed into law on Tuesday by President Andrzej Duda.

Digital Affairs Minister Marek Zagórski said the app uses a geolocation system and face-recognition technology to check the identity and whereabouts of the person undergoing quarantine.

Poles are obliged to undergo a 14-day quarantine if they have had contact with people who are or are suspected to be infected with the COVID-19 illness, or if they have arrived in Poland from abroad.

The country’s total death toll from the disease has risen to 36, authorities announced on Wednesday afternoon. The total number of infections nationwide increased by 109 during the day to 2,420.

The government on Tuesday announced tough new restrictions as it battles the epidemic, banning children under 18 from leaving home unless supervised by an adult, closing parks and beaches, and ordering most hotels to shut.


Source: PAP