It's been two weeks of school here. The sanitary regime is still in place - the kids are not allowed to mix between the classes during breaks, or in the canteen, the parents are not allowed in the school building at all, we leave the kids at the doorstep. My daughter's a third grade pupil, the 1st-3rd graders have a separate entrance, since they also use the school dayroom, so they are also exposed to greater risk. The dayroom was also intended for 4th and 5th graders, but they've ben excluded from it, since they can legally return home on their own. There are also other restrictions - whenever a student is found infected, the whole class, including teachers and parents gets quarantined. Happened to 5 or 6 classes of Lublin's 30+ high schools, not a single case in the 60+ primary schools found yet (but for example Warsaw has 3 of its 300+ primary schools on partial lockdown). Some kids with more sensitive skin already report dermatological issues due to the frequent disinfection, but that's about it. The economy seems more fucked up, than the school system, anyway. I'm in the process of buying a new house (but I don't want to sell the old one, which I'm intending to rent to pay all the bills), so I have to cover some of that purchase with a mortgage... the typical time for considering a mortgage loan application in Polish market was (prior to the pandemic) 5 to 10 days... now it's like 6 to 8 ... weeks.