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Poland will reopen its borders with the rest of the EU on June 13th

June 10, 2020

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced on Wednesday that he would reopen the borders with other European Union countries on Saturday, one step before international flights resumed three days later, on June 16.

The measure includes the lifting of controls installed at the borders with Germany, Lithuania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Poland has only allowed residents to enter the country since March 15.

The country has registered more than 27,600 cases of COVID-19, including at least 1,191 deaths, according to the latest official report released Wednesday morning and collected by local media.