Every second person plans to spend most of their Christmas budget on gifts despite the presence of the virus, according to the results of a new survey.
Poznań nurse Aneta Jobska said she had ‘regained her faith in people’ after kind-hearted car dealer Adam Smorawiński handed over the keys to a sparkling new 84k mini.
Government crisis management teams responsible for Poland's coronavirus response are not discussing tighter restrictions before the Christmas holidays, the government's spokesman said on Monday.
Poland has lifted its Sunday trading ban for December 6 to reduce crowding during the pre-Christmas shopping period.
Polish President Andrzej Duda has signed a legal amendment permitting retail trade on Sunday, December 6, the president's office announced on Friday.
Catholics will not be required to attend Sunday mass until after Christmas after Poland’s bishops extended a dispensation introduced because of the Covid pandemic.
Polish shopping centres will see a high number of customers this year despite the toll being exacted by lockdown restrictions on retail, a leading real-estate company has reported.
The Polish health minister told a press conference that Christmas get-togethers may be held at home with family members and a maximum of five people due to COVID-19-related restrictions.
Poles are planning to slash spending on Christmas by as much as 29 percent this year, according to a new international survey, as pandemic restrictions cut into the festive fun.
Restrictions on movement during the Christmas period may be possible if the government introduces a national quarantine, which cannot be ruled out, the government spokesman told PAP on Saturday.