Government announces easing of restrictions for vacations
June 13 Coronavirus pandemic restrictions will be relaxed. Changes will allow the sale and consumption of food and drink in cinemas, theaters, concerts and other cultural and entertainment institutions. As of June 26, limits in cinemas and theaters will be increased, discos will be opened, and more people will be allowed in hotels, restaurants and gyms. Rules will be in effect until the end of the summer vacation, with the possibility of modification. Limits do not apply to those fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The next loosening of restrictions will take place on June 13. There will then be the opening of food service areas m.in. in movie theaters, theaters and concerts, and there will be a 50% occupancy rule in temples (the limit does not apply to those fully vaccinated against COVID-19).
What will change as of June 26?
On June 26, more rules will be introduced, which are expected to be in effect until the end of the vacation. However, the schedule may be adjusted based on current epidemic data and vaccination statistics.
– Gyms, fitness clubs, casinos, shopping venues, postal facilities, libraries, fairs, conferences, exhibitions and playrooms – new limit of participants – 1 person per 10 sq. m.
– Temples – maximum 75% occupancy rate.
– Discos – maximum of 150 people.
– Events and meetings held outdoors, on the premises or in a separate catering area – no change, maximum 150 people, Assembly – maximum 150 people.
– Transport – 100% occupancy. Passengers should wear masks to cover mouth and nose.
– Merry-go-rounds – up to 75% occupancy.
– Cinemas and theaters – maximum 75% occupancy.
– Hotels – maximum 75% occupied rooms. Limit does not apply to organized groups of children and adolescents under the age of 12.
– Restaurants – Maximum 75% Occupancy.
– Auditoriums at sports facilities – maximum 50% occupancy.
Important! Limits do not apply to those fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
As of June 26, Poland will switch to the EU's method of acquiring vaccination rights. The status of being fully vaccinated will change. Full vaccination will be recognized 14 days after completion of the vaccination process.
To date, more than 23 million vaccinations have been performed at Polish sites. 8.9 million people are now fully vaccinated. Starting Monday, June 7, children 12 and under can also be vaccinated. year of age.
It is still unclear how long post-vaccination protection against COVID-19 will last, and how often these vaccinations will need to be repeated. – I am cautiously optimistic on this subject – says in an interview with Dentonet virologist Dr. n. med. Tomasz Dzieciątkowski.