Concerts will be allowed in Poland

Mariam Grigoryan

Concerts will be allowed to take place in Poland from 4th of June. The Government is lifting the restrictions step by step keeping the stable balance for COVID cases.


According to the announcement ““all collective forms of culture and entertainment” will be allowed to take place in outside and indoor spaces. It will include the musical and circus shows.


The only rule is  that  the audience should be half of the demanded and available seats. If the venue has no seating, then the attendance limit is 250 for outdoor venues (with fully vaccinated people not counting towards that total) or one person per 1.5 m2 in indoor spaces.


Government also changed the rules for travelers as the COVID-19 cases are declining since the third peak of the third wave during March and April.  


P.S.  At all concerts, those in attendance must cover their mouth and nose and maintain distancing of at least 1.5 metres, while consumption of food and drink is prohibited.