"From June 26, the limit of guests in hotels and holiday facilities will be 75%. Children under 12 will not be included," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced during the press conference.
The relaxation of restrictions for the holiday period will also apply to churches, as well as fairs and conferences.
Most of the new rules will apply from June 26. From that day on, fairs and conferences will be able to invite more guests – the limit will increase to one person per 10 sqm. As PM added, from June 26 the number of people in churches will be increased to 75 percent.
"Events at sports facilities, such as stadiums, will be allowed to take place within a 50 percent audience limit." the head of government, informed.
Meanwhile, Dr. Jakub Zieliński from the Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modeling at the University of Warsaw warns that Poland will have one of the worst autumns in Europe in terms of the number of infections.
"Holidays are a period of mingling. People go abroad, from where they can bring new variants of the coronavirus. And they often go to areas where fewer people have been vaccinated. Though you don't even have to travel far to spread new variants. If such a variant has so far been present only in one county, it is very likely that it will spread throughout the country during the summer holidays," he said in an interview