PKO Leasing donates over 100 cars to help medical services and splashes out millions to help in fight against COVID-19
Up to 100 passenger cars are to be donated to the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate by PKO Leasing and Masterlease, in an effort to support those directly involved in the fight against coronavirus.
Another 20 cars will be donated to hospitals. All post-lease cars between two and four years old, they will be used in everyday work by the medical services, laboratories and inspectorate employees.
PKO Bank Polski has also transferred PLN 5 million for nine hospitals, health care facilities and sanitary services, as well as PLN 3 million to pay for PLN 7,500 tests by the Warsaw Genomics laboratory on behalf of the Ministry of Health.
In addition, it has allocated a further PLN 2.2 million to buy 80,000 masks for the Material Reserves Agency.
In a statement released today (Tuesday) PKO Leasing said that customers who need to rearrange their repayment schedules will be able to postpone payments for up to six months.
It added that no additional fees will be charged and the margin will not be raised.
PKO BP is Poland's biggest bank in which the government holds a dominant stake.
The initiative comes following a suggestion from the PM, Mateusz Morawiecki.