Polish government not to open border so far, - politician

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Cabinet currently analyzes the dynamic of coronavirus spread rate in Poland and the neighboring countries
18:33, 4 June 2020

Polish Radio

The Polish government does not plan to open the border so far. Michal Dworczyk, the head of the Council of Ministers said so as quoted by Gazeta Prawna.

The politician claimed that the government looks into the dynamic of coronavirus spread rate in Poland and the neighboring countries.

"When we are convinced such a decision (about opening the borders, - 112 International) is safe, we will make one", he said.

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Earlier, Chief Sanitary Inspector of Ukraine Viktor Lyashko claimed that mitigation of quarantine in Kyiv from June 5 might be reconsidered due to the growth of incidence with coronavirus infection.

“We will have a possibility to open restaurants on the premises but I am not sure that the situation will allow us to do it. It is necessary to reconsider the dynamics (of incidence in Kyiv, - tomorrow-the day after tomorrow,” he said.

During the past 24 hours, 77 people got infected with coronavirus in Kyiv. 15 of them are medics. Totally, there are 3,210 Covid-19 cases in the capital.

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