Safety while using public transport and in public spaces is extremely important. Compliance with anti-covid regulations help us to fight the pandemic and minimise the risk of infection.
Restrictions in public transport
- Passengers are required to cover their mouth and nose in public transport vehicles.
- Passengers are required to keep a safe distance from other passengers.
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Restrictions on movement
1.5 METRES - THE MINIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN PEDESTRIANS
Obligation to maintain a distance of at least 1.5 metres between pedestrians.
The following are excluded from this obligation:
parents with children requiring care (under 13 years of age),
people living together or cohabiting,
people with a disability certificate, people with a disability degree certificate, people with a certificate of need for special education, people who are unable to move independently and their guardians,
people who cover their mouth and nose with a mask.
COVERING YOUR MOUTH AND NOSE IN PUBLIC PLACES USING A MASK ONLY
Covering your mouth and nose in public places is mandatory across the whole country.
You may cover your nose and mouth only with a mask. Shawls, visors and scarves are not permitted as they do not fulfil the basic function of protecting against the virus!
It is compulsory to cover your mouth and nose in such places as:
streets, roads and squares, cemeteries, promenades, boulevards, vehicle parking areas and forest car parks,
premises of shared properties (e.g. staircases),
buses, trams and trains,
shops, shopping centres, banks, markets and post offices,
workplace, if there is more than 1 person in the room (unless the employer decides otherwise),
workplace when dealing directly with customers/clients,
cinemas and theatres,
doctor's offices, clinics, hospitals, massage and tattoo parlours,
churches, schools, universities,
offices and other public buildings (courts, cultural institutions, banks, post offices, etc.).
Where is it not necessary to cover your mouth and nose?
While in forests, parks, green areas, botanical gardens, historic gardens, family allotments, beaches, and while travelling by private car, motorcycle, quad or moped and at the workplace while eating.
Important! Since 15 May, the obligation to wear masks outdoors has been removed. The obligation to cover your nose and mouth with a mask in enclosed spaces, e.g. in public transport, shops or churches, has not been removed.
For more details: visit https://www.gov.pl/web/koronawirus/aktualne-zasady-i-raniczenia