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Poles urged to limit travel over long May weekend

01.05.2020 11:30
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Poles have been urged to maintain social distancing and limit travel during the long May weekend.
Traffic on a road leading to Zakopane, a popular mountain resort in southern Poland, ahead of the May long weekend.
Traffic on a road leading to Zakopane, a popular mountain resort in southern Poland, ahead of the May long weekend.Photo: PAP/Grzegorz Momot

With Friday, May 1, marking international Labour Day and a public holiday in Poland, many workplaces have given their employees time off to enjoy an extended holiday break.

But public health officials have cautioned people against non-essential travel and asked them to stay home and respect measures to suppress the spread of the coronavirus.

Police have vowed to conduct checks to make sure people are wearing face coverings and do not gather in large groups amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

In previous years, many Poles took the opportunity to head off on what has become known as the May long weekend.

May 2 marks Flag Day in Poland, when many people display the national red-and-white colours and are encouraged to make patriotic statements.

Meanwhile, May 3 is Constitution Day, celebrating a historic constitution the country adopted on May 3, 1791.


Source: Polish Radio