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Poland may become the strongest link of global supply chains that have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic and war in Ukraine, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said.
First appearing in Łódź’s Manufaktura complex in the summer of 2020, the idea has since taken off rapidly with an increasing number of cities getting in on the act.
New restrictions could be announced on Wednesday or Friday if the number of new Covid cases increases, the health minister said on Monday.
Over 95 percent of Polish school children are attending regular classes, Poland's education minister said on Tuesday.
Poland may introduce tighter Covid-related measures locally, if the healthcare system cannot cope, the government's spokesman has said.
The government has no plans for a national lockdown despite the fourth Covid wave, Poland's prime minister said in an interview for PAP.
There are no plans to impose a national lockdown against the mounting 4th wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, Poland's prime minister said on Saturday.
The Polish government is not planning any changes to the current coronavirus restrictions until the end of the month, according to the government spokesman.
The new school year will begin "normally" with regular class attendance, there are no plans to introduce lockdowns, President Andrzej Duda said on Monday.