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Poland considers easing COVID-19 restrictions

21.01.2021 16:27
A possible easing of restrictions introduced to limit the spread of coronavirus in Poland, such as the opening of shopping malls or restaurants, may be announced next week. But the authorities underline that everything depends on the number of infections in the country.
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The government last month introduced restrictions that will be in force until the end of January.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told reporters on Tuesday that an easing of the restrictions is being considered, but warned that – bearing in mind the pandemic situation in many European countries – it may be too early to lift curbs at the end of the month.