In Poland, restaurant gardens reopened, and people headed to them at midnight.

Restaurants and cafes in Poland opened their gardens. According to Polish sources, people who couldn’t wait any longer moved in shortly after midnight. Masks were no longer needed to be worn outside in Poland as of Friday. Indoors, people need to cover their mouth and nose.

“We’ve agreed to count down like it’s New Year’s Eve,” said people waiting for the gardens to open in the final minutes, according to the portal. “It’s a holiday of normalcy for us,” they said. They missed seeing friends, listening to music, and going anywhere. 

According to the portal, Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski advised people who were ecstatic about removing anti-coronavirus steps to “wisely appreciate the new freedoms.” “Please continue to consider protection. It’s about our collective health and well-being, ” he added. 

The tables in the gardens must be separated by 1.5 meters, and only every second can be occupied. Second-graders will return to school on Monday, but they will have a revolving lesson before then. 

According to the Polish Ministry of Health, approximately 11.33 million people got the first dose of the covid-19 vaccine, with 4.4 million receiving the maximum dose. 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds in Poland will now be vaccinated against covid-19, with registration beginning on Monday. 

Around 2.85 million people in Poland were infected with coronavirus, with 71,311 deaths.