Poland only required face masks for COVID-19 for a few weeks, instead of from early on in the lockdown. Now, Poland only requires masks indoors, when people are in groups, like in churches or malls. Outdoors and in restaurants, masks are on their way out. Many Poles were wearing them before they became a requirement, but now masks are scarce on the city’s sidewalks.

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