Poland lifts mask and quarantine obligation


On Thursday, Adam Niedzielski, Health Minister, asserted that Poland would lift the obligation of wearing a mask at disclosed venues, excluding health care venues, and aborted travel rules for travellers and roommates of covid positive people.

“I have decided to introduce two changes as of March 28 – an end to the obligation to wear masks, stipulating that it does not apply to health care facilities”, Niedzielski said.


“The second decision is to abolish home isolation and home quarantine for roommates (of infected people) and all quarantines for people entering Poland.”

The minister said the migrant crisis, which erupted due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, did not translate into an increase in coronavirus infections, despite over 2 million refugees arriving in Poland since February 24.

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