Poland will launch mobile app for people under quarantine, president says

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Poland has launched a mobile app for people under quarantine due to the coronavirus epidemic, President Andrzej Duda announced earlier on March 19, Radio Poland reports.

Image is illustrative only. Photo by Tanak Dusun/Shutterstock.com

The application will provide advice and support, helping people to follow the quarantine requirements.

The two-week quarantine requirement applies to all Poles returning from abroad, as well as those who had contact with infected people, Radio Poland notes.

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