Shopping centers have officially opened in Poland - restrictions on malls have been officially eased since May 4, 2020.
Shopping centers officially opened in Poland - restrictions on malls were officially eased from 4 May 2020. Shops of all formats were given the right to open their doors for visitors. At the same time, entertainment operators, cinemas, as well as cafes, restaurants, and fast food companies, remain closed. Also, playgrounds, fountains, recreation areas, and cloakrooms remain prohibited. The sale of takeaway food is permitted in freestanding cafes within shopping centers.
In shopping galleries, visitors must keep a safe distance of two meters. Disinfectant devices must be installed at the entrances to the stores, and customers must wear masks and latex gloves while in the mall.
Layouts at the clothing stores must be processed after each customer or not used. Finally, mall guests are now allowed to use only 50% of the parking spaces, leaving their cars at a safe distance, and observing the exit distance.