All Saints’ cemeteries will most likely be open, this time there will be no surprises, Health Minister Adam Niedzielski said Tuesday.
- In 2020, just before the November holidays, the government decided to close the cemeteries
- The Prime Minister explained this with the epidemic in the country
- Traders were surprised, the opposition criticized that the decision was announced just hours before its entry into force
- “There will be no surprises this time” – Health Minister Adam Niedzielski assured Tuesday
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The head of the Ministry of Health was asked in an interview in RMF FM about the possible closure of cemeteries during All Saints’ Day. This decision was taken by the government last year due to the pandemic and the growing number of infections.
Thereafter On October 30, the Prime Minister announced thatthat from October 31 to November 2that is, on the day before All Saints’ Day, on All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day, cemeteries throughout Poland will be closed. At the time, the head of government also called on Poles not to travel, even outside the city.
“We have decided that tradition is less important than life,” he argued in 2020.
The cemeteries of all saints are open. “With the greatest chance”
“This time there will be no surprises” – assures the minister. He pointed out that thanks to vaccinations, the current epidemic situation is different. “We have much more certainty” – stated: and added that thanks to them, the situation should not get much worse overnight.”
When asked whether the cemeteries are open during the holidays, the minister said that “with the greatest probability” – So”.
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