Poland extends ban on international flights until June 6th

Poland has announced plans to extend its current ban on international flights by two weeks until June 6th due to the coronavirus pandemic, state-run news agency PAP said on Friday citing infrastructure ministry documents.

A ban on domestic flights will be extended by eight days until May 31st, PAP also reported.

Poland’s state-owned airline PLL LOT said earlier in May that it would not resume flights before the end of the month. As of Thursday, Poland had reported 19,983 coronavirus cases, including 965 deaths.

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