Restaurants, salons and sports facilities reopen as Poland continues to “unfreeze” lockdown, but border controls extended
Restaurants, cafes, sports facilities and hair and beauty salons will reopen from the start of next week, though with sanitary requirements in place, as the Polish government begins the third stage of its “unfreezing” of the coronavirus lockdown. Border controls have, however, been extended until 12 June.
“We are slowly returning to normal life,” says the government. “But it will not be the same as before the pandemic. So let’s take care of ourselves and be cautious.”