The Polish government has decided to prolong coronavirus restrictions for another week as the death toll reached 803 on Wednesday.
The Polish government will publish details on lockdown restrictions on Wednesday although it remains unclear just how long the rules will continue to be applied.
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Beauty salons and large-format DIY and furniture outlets will close as part of tough new lockdown measures to curb the spread of coronavirus, the government announced on Thursday.
A senior health advisor to the government has warned that Poland could face a total lockdown, if the daily rate of Covid-19 infections nears or exceeds 30,000.
Polish companies have adopted a survival strategy to minimise their losses, and consumers are likely to do the same due to fears of decreased incomes, a society prosperity report has found.
The closing down of the economy costs Poland PLN 1.3 billion (EUR 280 million) each day, the Rzeczpospolita daily wrote on Friday.
Poland will introduce a national lockdown from March 20 to April 9 and current restrictions will remain in force, the health minister announced on Wednesday.
The rapid growth of the company which was only founded in 2018 and now boast over 4 million earners and over 10,000 advertisers operating across 17 languages has been fuelled by the COVID lockdown and increasing automation of jobs.
The central Mazowieckie province, which includes Warsaw, and the western province of Lubuskie have come under tough new lockdown restrictions, which already cover two other provinces, after infections in the regions spiked.