Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said on Wednesday that the country had offered 10 million protective masks to those countries severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to the cars, included in the package is over 10 million PLN for health services plus a postponement of payments for PKO Leasing customers.
With doctors and nurses in the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, restaurants and members of the public have been rallying around to make sure they have enough food to keep them going.
Government and LOT Polish Airlines will lay on special flights for Poles stranded in foreign lands.
A hand-written note which appeared outside a block of Warsaw flats read: “Dear Senior Neighbours! If you prefer not to leave the house in connection with the coronavirus, knock at number 77. We will gladly go shopping for you or go to the pharmacy.”
The PLN 60,000 raised could give the girl a chance to fulfil her dreams and save her from being ostracised back home.
In a situation that seemed helpless, Fardin Kazemi was forced to fly home to meet his family after a long separation and to figure out his next move. And then the internet came to his rescue again along with a trucking firm in the village of Święcice.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki posted on Facebook that he had been in contact with the Australian PM Scott Morrison and said that if Poland’s special firefighters were needed “they will leave immediately to help our friends in Australia.”
The “Coffee on Hold” concept is becoming an increasingly popular way of helping the elderly, the lonely and those down on their luck.
Fardin Kazemi had been using an American International 9670 lorry from the 1980s to deliver goods from Poland when he broke down. As news of the breakdown spread, drivers came forward to help the man, who was stranded far from his native Iran.