Poland has reinforced the restrictions on its territory as it faces a second wave of COVID-19.


On 10th of October 2020 the entire territory of Poland has been declared a yellow zone, additionally 152 districts, with Krakow among them, will be in the red zone from Saturday 17th of October 2020.


New safety restrictions will apply throughout the country:


RED ZONE

  • obligation to cover the mouth and nose in all public spaces
  • limiting the number of people in retail outlets to 5 people per one cash register;
  • Catering establishments may be open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm (takeaway after 9 pm);
  • Maximum one person per 7 square metres during religious ceremonies;
  • public assemblies may be attended by up to 10 people.
  • public transport’s occupancy shall not exceed 50 percent of seats taken or 30 percent of all spaces;
  • ban on organizing social events such as weddings or wakes (starting 19th October)
  • sporting events will be held without an audience;
  • in cultural events only a quarter of the seats can be taken;
  • swimming pools, gyms and aqua parks are temporarily closed.

Cracow University of Technology authorities decided to deploy a mixed hybrid model of class organization this fall semester, but with the number of active cases of COVID rising in our region, more and more classes are being held remotely. Additionally, a new team has been appointed by the CUT Rector with the aim to coordinate all the activities related to the COVID-19 epidemic.


All members of the CUT community are asked to limit the face-to-face interactions and whenever possible use online or phone communication.


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