Eighteen thousand Poles have returned home since March 15 on special charter flights organised jointly by the Polish government and the state flag carrier LOT, the airline said in a Friday statement.
Seventy-one percent of Poles had positive opinions on the government's activities to combat the coronavirus threat, up by 23 percent compared to the previous week, the latest poll by the Social Changes pollster for the wPolityce.pl website shows.
Four thousand Poles have returned home since Sunday on special charter flights organised jointly by the Polish government and the state flag carrier LOT, the airline’s spokesman said on Tuesday morning.
Eighty-nine percent of Poles in a CBOS survey supported Poland's EU membership (up 8 percent from February 2016), 7 percent were against and 4 percent could not say.
Fifty-seven percent of Poles positively assessed the government's actions in the face of the threat of a coronavirus epidemic, while 16.16 percent of Poles voiced the opposite opinion, according to a survey by pollster IBSP for the Wirtualna Polska portal.
Following the suspension of air connections to and from abroad due to the coronavirus epidemic, the Polish government and national airline LOT Airlines are organising another 11 charter flights to various regions of the world to bring Polish citizens home.
The group, which arrived at the Salamis Bay Conti hotel in the north of Cyprus last week and includes families as well as single travellers, have been told they cannot leave.
BioMaxima S.A. which is based in Lublin has applied to Poland's Office for Registration of Medicinal Products. According to the company, the test kit includes a sample tray in which the test materials are placed, and does not need any specialized equipment.
Addressing an extraordinary sitting of the Sejm (lower house) on Monday, Health Minister Lukasz Szumowski said that honest information, conveyed also by politicians, was of key importance for the security of Poles.
Almost half of Poles, 49.7 percent, had positive opinions on the government's activities to combat the coronavirus threat, while the proportion of those claiming the opposite was at 9.1 percent, the latest survey by the IBRIS pollster shows.