Poland Puts in Quarantine to Refugee Centers
According to Gazeta Białystok, four refugee centers in Podlaskie area and other sixteen centers in various parts of Poland will be closed for outside visitors, cause of swine flu.
Office for Foreigners wants to reduce the risk of spreading the swine flu that has attacked the neighbour countries which are the transit once for the asylum seekers. The epidemy is huge in Ukraine but also there are bad news coming from Belarus.
“We have decided to reduce the flow of people in the camps due to our medical forces recommendation,” Ewa Piechota, the spokeswoman of Office for Foreigners said “This is pure prevention”.
“We will respect this regulation,” said Grzegorz Randzio, a social worker from “Iga” refugee camp in Bialystok.
Author: Joanna Wrześniowska Bataev, the correspondent of WaYNaKH Online in Poland