The number of daily deaths resulting from coronavirus infections hit a new record of 674 and brought the total death toll to 14,988, the health ministry reported on Wednesday morning.
Retired Archbishop of Wroclaw, Cardinal Henryk Gulbinowicz, died on Monday at the age of 97, the Polish Bishops' Conference (KEP) announced on its official Twitter account.
Maxim Minchev, director-general of the Bulgarian news agency BTA, passed away in hospital on Sunday, at the age of 67, after getting infected with COVID-19.
The number of daily coronavirus deaths broke another record on Saturday, reaching 548 people and bringing the death toll to 10,045.
Poland currently records 213 COVID deaths per million inhabitants, the Polish Health Ministry said on Tuesday.
With over 1,800 patients currently awaiting transplants, it’s hoped that Kot’s ad will strike a chord with the public.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on Monday on Facebook that, in the years of struggle against the communist regime, Father Jerzy Popiełuszko was a symbol of the fight for freedom, a fundamental human right.
Wojciech Pszoniak, a renowned Polish theatre and film actor, died on Monday morning at the age of 78.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Poland has increased since Thursday by 7,705 new infections, and reached 157,608, while the death count broke previous records, reaching 132 and raising the death toll to 3,440, the Ministry of Health said on Friday morning.
Pawel 'Kelner' Rozwadowski, a renowned Polish musician, writer and co-founder of the reggae band Izrael and punk rock band Deuter died on Sunday at the age of 58 after long illness.