Polish Prime Minister quarantined because of coronavirus

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawecki went into quarantine because of contact with a person who contracted a coronavirus infection. He wrote about it on Tuesday, October 13, on Facebook.

“I report that the government is working normally, and I am in constant contact with my colleagues and all services! Starting today, I’m switching to remote work,” Moravetsky said.

On October 8 he stated that the Polish government does not exclude the possibility of introduction of emergency situation in the country due to coronavirus epidemic.

Moravetsky also noted that the Cabinet of Ministers decided to return the mask regime due to the spread of infection.

According to the Worldometer as of October 13, 38.1 million cases of COVID-19 were detected in the world, more than 1.08 million people died and 28.6 million were cured.