Poland Government Minecraft Coronavirus
Countries around the world are going into lockdown mode to slow down the spread of COVID-19, and that includes Poland. The Polish government wants to help the restless students make good use of their time during the mandatory 14-day quarantine, so the Ministry of Digitization is launching a Minecraft server. It’s a part of their Grarantanna program, which is a series of online activities meant to both entertain and educate students who can’t go to classes during this time. Read more for a video and additional information.

Activities include historical quizzes and logic / math puzzles. On the Grarantanna Minecraft server, students will compete to build replicas of landmark buildings in creative mode using an endless supply of resources. The competition begins today and runs through March 27. To join the Grarantanna server, you’ll need a registered copy of Minecraft as well as a Polish student ID. Once accepted, there’s still a code of conduct students need to follow.

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