Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced on Thursday that his government is considering re-quarantining travelers from some southern European countries, among which he mentioned Spain, due to the increasing spread of the coronavirus.
“As in other European countries, we may need to restore quarantine and apply quarantine for twelve days or two weeks to people from some countries,” Morawiecki said at a press conference.
“We are looking at the countries of southern Europe. In particular, we are analyzing the case of Spain because there are many cases of corona viruses there,” said the head of the Polish government to the PAP news agency.
Poland, which waived quarantines for European citizens in mid-June, could thus join the United Kingdom, which has set up a 14-day quarantine for travelers from Spain, while France, Belgium and Germany have advised against traveling to some regions. Spanish for sprouts.