Poland has registered about 660 cases of coronavirus in the past few hours, breaking its daily record of new infections for the third year in a row as the country prepares to celebrate the 76th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazi occupation on Saturday .
The Polish Ministry of Health reported on Saturday that it has discovered another 658 cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours, a total of 46,346 while another five people have died, with 1,721 deaths from COVID-19 already occurring. In addition, 34,374 patients have recovered.
Poland declared health in March last year, although it began to loosen restrictions in late April, which accelerated de-escalation in May and June. As part of the social and economic reopening, the contagion has increased again, although the government is ruling out tracing for the time being.
Currently, the only preventive measure to restore Mateusz Morawiecki’s cabinet is quarantine for those returning from vulnerable countries, among which he mentioned Spain.