A Polish government official has said that Poland will likely ease some coronavirus-related restrictions as of February 1 since the number of new daily Covid-19 cases in the country is stable.
The number of Poland's confirmed coronavirus infections has grown since Friday by 6,322 new cases and reached 1,470,879, the Ministry of Health said on Saturday.
In this episode of the Debrief, our weekly news review and as Poland launches a mass vaccination drive against Covid-19, we speak to a medical professional about the implications of the pandemic.
Public assessments of the level of government support to companies and workers amid the Covid-19 pandemic are currently worse than ever before, a poll by CBOS has shown.
Poland's Ministry of Development has stipulated the reopening of trade, including shopping malls, from February 1. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Development Jaroslaw Gowin said on Friday it was, however, too early to reopen other sectors.
Some 200 Polish medics will assist their Slovak peers in Slovakia's coronavirus testing programme, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said in Warsaw before their departure to Poland's southern neighbour.
A government spokesman said on Friday Poland will consider legal steps against US pharmaceutical company Pfizer if it does not deliver all scheduled doses of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Polish materials on ‘The Decade of Central Europe’ have reached newspapers and internet portals all around the world as the next part of a project entitled "Telling the World About Poland."
Senior citizens over 70 can register for a coronavirus vaccination from Friday, a week after people over 80 started to sign up for a jab.
A patient in southern Poland has been diagnosed with the British strain of the coronavirus, PAP learnt on Thursday.