On Tuesday, May 4, all shops in shopping centers and retail parks will reopen. Large furniture and construction stores will also open again. The trade must continue to operate under the sanitary regime, which is why some stores decided to extend their working hours. The frostbite also affects museums and art galleries.

From May 4, all stores in shopping centers and retail parks with a leasable area of ​​2,000 sq m will be open again. This means the re-opening of, among others, clothing, footwear, jewelry, electronics and household appliances stores, art. sports or with toys. They were closed all over the country on March 20.

Shopping malls will operate with a new limit – one customer per 15 square meters – When visiting a shopping center, you should absolutely remember to keep a distance from other buyers, at least 1.5 meters, disinfect your hands and properly put on a mask that covers the nose and mouth at the same time.

In and outside shopping malls, cinemas and gyms are closed, and gastronomic establishments will be able to sell food only to take away or as part of delivery. On May 4, large construction and furniture stores with over 2,000 sq m will start again. They were closed on March 27.

On May 4, children in grades 1-3 of primary school return to schools all over Poland. Museums and art galleries will also be opened – they will also operate with a limit of one person per 15 square meters.

The economic defrosting schedule envisages that on Saturday, May 8, hotels will be able to resume operations , which today serve only selected guests on business trips. In turn, from May 15, restaurants and cafes will be able to operate outdoors.

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