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World Poland Imposes Virus Restrictions as Case Growth Sets Record

12:27  06 august  2020
12:27  06 august  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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Poland will introduce new containment measures against Covid-19 in some of the most affected areas in the country of 38 million people after fresh infections set new records in the past weeks. Later on Thursday, Poland reported 726 new cases , a single-day record , taking the total to 49,515.

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a group of people standing in front of a store: SLUBICE, POLAND - JUNE 13: Shoppers walk among shops advertising money exchange and cheap cigarettes in German hours after Polish authorities reopened the nearby border during the novel coronavirus pandemic on June 13, 2020 in Slubice, Poland. Poland lifted restrictions on its border crossings to Germany, Austria and Slovakia starting at midnight, last night that had been in place since March to stem the spread of the virus. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) © Getty Images SLUBICE, POLAND - JUNE 13: Shoppers walk among shops advertising money exchange and cheap cigarettes in German hours after Polish authorities reopened the nearby border during the novel coronavirus pandemic on June 13, 2020 in Slubice, Poland. Poland lifted restrictions on its border crossings to Germany, Austria and Slovakia starting at midnight, last night that had been in place since March to stem the spread of the virus. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Poland will introduce new containment measures against Covid-19 in some of the most affected areas in the country of 38 million people after fresh infections set new records in the past weeks.

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Poland implemented full checks at its border crossings for at least the next 10 days in an attempt to better contain the coronavirus outbreak. Poland has already shut schools and universities while banning mass events and imposing sanitary controls on borders.

The U.S. is the leading country in coronavirus cases and deaths. Despite nations around the world flattening their curves, many are now seeing a rebound in infections. NBC News’ Bill Neely reports on the resurgence of COVID-19 cases abroad.

The government will impose limits on restaurants, sporting events, public transport and weddings in 19 of its 380 counties as of Saturday, Health Minister Lukasz Szumowski said on Thursday.

“Unfortunately, we have to react and shake people out of their carelessness a bit if we don’t want Poland to be one big affected area,” Szumowski told a news conference in Warsaw, adding he expects 500 to 700 new cases per day in the next period.

Later on Thursday, Poland reported 726 new cases, a single-day record, taking the total to 49,515. Deaths rose by 18, the same amount as on Wednesday, to 1,774.

(Updates with latest virus data in the 4th paragraph.)

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