Poland removes final COVID restrictions
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Poland will remove its last remaining coronavirus restrictions on March 28, health minister Adam Niedzielski has announced, according to a report by Notesfrompoland.com.
From that day, the obligation to wear masks in indoor spaces will no longer apply.
The one exception is healthcare facilities, where they will still be required.
Niedzielski also recommended that people continue to wear masks in crowded places. Likewise, isolation and quarantine requirements for those infected with COVID-19 or who have had contact with them will be abolished on Monday.
However, Niedzielski noted that people who test positive for COVID will still be expected to isolate, reported radio RMF24.
The minister also announced that, from April 1, COVID tests will be carried out only on doctor's orders, with that doctor then deciding on sick leave in the case of a positive result.
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