The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Poland has grown since Thursday by 15,829 new cases and reached 1,766,490, the Ministry of Health said on Friday.
The rate of Poland's registered unemployment likely edged up by 0.1 percentage point month on month in February to 6.6 percent, the Development, Labour and Technology Ministry has said.
Polish retail sales grew by 1.3 percent year on year in January 2021 after a 4.5-percent increase year on year in December 2020, the EU's statistics agency, said on Thursday.
Poles have put on an average of almost two kilograms in weight as Covid-19 restrictions, working from home and remote learning take their toll on the nation’s waistbands, according to a study released on Thursday to mark World Obesity Day.
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Poland has grown since Wednesday by 15,250 new cases and reached 1,750,659, the Ministry of Health said on Thursday.
A supply of AstraZeneca vaccines, planned to arrive in Poland on Thursday, has been cancelled by the producer, the Material Reserves Agency (ARM) has reported.
Poland’s conservative government has attempted to silence anti-government media by taxing their advertising revenue, according to 40 percent of Poles surveyed by private pollster IBRiS, the Rzeczpospolita daily said on Thursday.
A total of 62,000 doses of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine will arrive in Poland on Thursday, the Material Reserves Agency (ARM) has reported.
President Andrzej Duda is convinced that the problems facing Poland can only be solved by the United Right coalition if it works together, a presidential spokesman said on Wednesday.
The Czech Republic has filed a lawsuit at the European Court of Justice against Poland for the planned expansion of the Turow lignite mine, Ireneusz Kolowca from the CJEU's press office has tweeted.