During the cold season, here the austral winter, there are currently high pressures over the pole.
In NH they bring the typical Siberian anticyclone with high pressure figures.
See « Records » in: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmospheric_pressure
So 1060 hPa is not unusual in polar region.
This thermic anticyclone is not perfectly centred on the pole itself as shown by @Gkikas-LGPZ
The two links in my reply describe it in detail. The partial 'hole' (thinning, not a hole) is largely over an area that's uninhabited by humans. Plus the angle of incidence of the Sun in Spring means that rays still have to pass through plenty of Stratospheric Ozone to get to the surface. And by early Summer when the incident rays are getting higher, the hole has already closed. So it's not much of a hazard in practice.