Ooccupancy limit in Polish hotels will increase to 75% from 26 June

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2021-06-10   16:17
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During the holiday season, the limit of occupied places in hotels will be increased to 75% of the occupancy of the facility, and the limit will not include children up to 12 years of age, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki informed. These changes will come into force on June 26.

"In hotels and holiday facilities, we are increasing the limit of occupied places to 75% and this limit will not include children up to 12 years of age," said Morawiecki during the press conference.

Currently, for more than a month, hotels may be occupied by no more than 50% of places.

In addition, from June 13, more people will be able to stay in churches (up to 50% of the seats occupied), cultural and sports events (up to 50% of the seats occupied).

From June 26, at fairs and conferences, 1 person. will cover 10 m2 (currently 15 m2). During the holiday season, discos will be open (up to 150 people).

Limits do not apply to the vaccinated persons.

Source: ISBnews