Supplies of goods not endangered by emergency laws - minister

Adamczyk also thanked Poland's railway, public transport and flight personnel for enabling normal transportation countrywide despite the danger of coronavirus infection. Paweł Supernak/PAP

New laws imposed in face of the coronavirus epidemic will not hinder supplies of goods to Poland, Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamaczyk told a press conference on Monday.

Adamczyk said imports of goods to Poland will remain unhindered despite the government's imposition of emergency laws in connection with coronavirus. He added that the new laws will not impede supply or logistics chains and that no special procedures were foreseen for international lorry drivers aside from temperature checks at border crossings.

Adamczyk also thanked Poland's railway, public transport and flight personnel for enabling normal transportation countrywide despite the danger of coronavirus infection.