Poland extended the ban on international flights until June 16.

This was reported by “European Truth” with reference to Onet.

Poland has extended the ban on international flights imposed in connection with the coronavirus pandemic until June 16.

This is stated in the order of the Council of Ministers, published on Friday.

“Due to the epidemic in the Republic of Poland, it is necessary to extend the period of ban on international flights. According to the planned lifting of restrictions on crossing the borders of Poland, the ban will continue until June 16, 2020, “the document reads.

We will remind, since June 1 in Poland internal air transportation resumed.

Currently, connections have been restored using 8 airports, including Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Rzeszow, Szczecin, Wroclaw, Poznan and Zielona Góra.

Passengers must comply with the new rules of sanitary safety, in particular, their temperature is measured, and they must wear protective masks.