Going out to use public wi-fi can't be very safe in these unprecedented times
Poland has actually lifted a lot of the restrictions; I go out every few days to visit a friend who's broken his upper arm and can't do much for himself right now and have noticed more and more people on the streets each time I go. There are even cafes, bars, restaurants etc open now, though most of them nearly empty.
There's a worry here in Poland that the infection hasn't peaked yet, and the worst of the first wave may be yet to come. Perhaps coinciding with the second wave; that would be a tragedy. I really do suspect that Poland has it yet to come.
Personally I'm staying at home, maybe a bit too much. Partly due to sharing a home with someone who has health problems, and partly due to basic common sense. We both suspect we've had it already after visiting Italy a couple of times between September and late Feb, and I was also ill with Covid symptoms in January, just after a trip to London.
My neighbour is a doctor who from February has been telling me how important it is to always and without exception wear gloves when going outside. She's really been pushing the gloves thing and knows what she's talking about. Interestingly, she usually wears gloves outside anyway, not just because of Covid.