WARSAW (Reuters) – Polish Prime Minister Matteo Moravic on Saturday warned Poland against any travel during the Christmas period, as he announced that most coronavirus restrictions would be extended but shops would reopen.
“Please don’t plan a visit,” Morawiki told a news conference, adding that the government was considering ways to ban the movement.
Morawiki said theaters, bars and restaurants would remain closed after Christmas and schools would continue to offer distance education.
“The situation is still very serious,” he said, adding that he was concerned about Poland’s high mortality rate, adding that the number of new cases had stabilized.
On Saturday, the health ministry reported 574 deaths in 24 hours, bringing the total to 13,288.