The Polish government is increasing the unemployment benefit to PLN 1,200 (EUR 262,9) per month and introducing three months' benefits to the tune of PLN 1,300 (EUR 284.8) per person out of work, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a Friday press conference.
In an online press conference PM Mateusz Morawiecki unveiled the government’s step-by-step plan to getting the country out of lockdown saying that restaurants could reopen soon. But he warned that shopping centre food courts and on-site catering services would remain closed, fitness clubs, recreational areas and cinemas located in shopping centres will also remain closed and hotel restaurants and recreational areas will remain shut.
Polish PM's Office head Michal Dworczyk and Health Minister Lukasz Szumowski told a Saturday press conference about the government’s current actions aimed at halting coronavirus spread.
The package called the “Anti-crisis Shield” programme is aimed at protecting small business form financial loss during the pandemic and will include five pillars: employee security, company financing, health care, the financial system, and a public investment programme. It will also see a temporary lifting of the Sunday trading ban.
Warsaw will host international conference devoted to the promotion of religion and faith on July 14-16, Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said in Washington on Wednesday during his ongoing visit to the US.
The number of foreign students in Poland is growing steadily, this year around 85,000 foreigners are enrolled in Polish universities, concluded the participants in a Monday-launched "Foreign students in Poland 2020" conference in Łódź, central Poland.
To mark the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) held a conference on Wednesday on equal opportunities for women in public life.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said at Wednesday's conference, devoted do social politics, that in order to build the country in a way that meets the needs of citizens, far more attention must be paid to the social services.
People, supported by modern technologies, are the future of media, said Minister of Digital Affairs Marek Zagorski during the 2nd Media of the Future conference, organised by the Polish Press Agency in cooperation with international experts, on Wednesday, in Warsaw.
Experts from IESE Business School, the Poynter Institute journalism school and the global accountancy firm PwC, will meet in Warsaw on December 4 to debate the latest trends, innovations and business initiatives on the media market at the Media of the Future conference organised by the Polish Press Agency (PAP).