The study covered 10 of the country’s largest cities and involved taking samples from five places that most people touch frequently when out in public: ATMs, handrails in public transport, carts in grocery shops, door handles in shopping centres and handrails at railway stations.
There is no risk of food and hygiene product shortages, Deputy President of the Polish Chamber of Commerce Maciej Ptaszyński has said, adding that the wholesalers and distributors have large stocks, but they need some time to supply stores.
The 1 million litres of disinfectant, which will first be sent to public institutions and then sold at Orlen’s 1,800 petrol stations around Poland, will be produced at the company’s plant in the south-east of the country within two weeks. The first batch is expected soon.
A Polish inventor has come up with a portable water system that acts as an adaptable and economical hygiene device.