The project run by Warsaw’s fine art academy provides a unique insight into how people have coped with the pandemic.
Despite the lifting of many coronavirus-related restrictions in Poland, over three-quarters of city hotels and nearly half of those located outside cities reported that they had booked only 20 percent of their rooms for July and August, the Rzeczpospolita daily wrote on Friday.
Polish pupils and students will go back to schools from September and students will return to universities from October, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki told local public media on Thursday.
Talking directly to the camera the actors from The Theatre 21 in Warsaw read comments found on social media about how the lockdown has curtailed such delights for ‘normal’ people as travel to exotic destinations, trips to music festivals and parties.
TFN finds out how athletes are coping with lockdown and the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The first boxing event in Europe since the COVID-19 lockdown was lifted is to take place on June 12.
The photos by prolific photojournalist Władysław Orłowski covering a wide breadth of everyday topics, depicting everything from children playing to fashionable locals quenching their thirst at summertime refreshment stalls, offer a captivating snapshot of everyday life during the PRL period.
Following the death of his grandfather, Robert Wilkowiecki rebounded by not only smashing the Ironman world record set just weeks earlier by German superstar Jan Frodeno, but also by becoming the first Pole to complete a triathlon in under eight hours.
New ventilation, one-way systems and eradicating bottlenecks are just some of the steps being taken.
The island of Socotra has few people and little contact with the outside world.