In Poland, trying to cross the border with the Czech Republic were detained 33 Ukrainian and two Czechs. Thus they wanted to avoid the mandatory 14-day quarantine. About it reported in the border service of Poland.
“The employees of the border guard post in Zgorzelec during border patrols stopped four buses with Czech and Polish registration numbers. Car was driving towards the Czech Republic. The drivers of the vehicles tried to cross the border, bypassing the border and sanitary control”, – said in a statement.
In the border service reported that in transport there were citizens of Ukraine aged from 20 to 60 years, who legally arrived in Poland from Ukraine on the 25th, and may 27th. According to Polish law, they had to be quarantined.
Each of Ukrainians temporarily banned from entering Poland and other countries of the Schengen area and abolished the Polish national visas. The detainees were also ordered to pay a fine and immediately leave the country.
Due to the spread of coronavirus infection, many countries have closed their borders, for example, the ban on entry of foreigners in the Schengen area (which includes Hungary) was introduced in mid-March and will run until at least June 15. In the middle of next month, the European Commission will decide whether to renew or to cancel the blocking of borders.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
On as on may 29, throughout the world, the coronavirus has infected 5.85 million people. Victims COVID-19 361 thousand people, recovered 2.4 million