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Poland will lift most pandemic restrictions on March 1, including remote work, the prime minister announced on Wednesday.
The Polish government will launch a set of further restrictions in order to respond to the latest wave of the Covid pandemic, health ministry officials have announced.
Hitting the streets in 2022, the bus fitted with a Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen fuel cell will also have five composite tanks, each with a capacity of 312 litres and a full refuelling should take a few minutes, with an estimated reach of 350km on one full tank.
The European Commission on Thursday approved a EUR 92 million investment into Polish rail carrier PKP Intercity's rolling stock, to be financed from the EU's structural funds.
Lublin beat off competition from 66 other cities to take top place in the Europolis Green Cities Report by the Polish Robert Schumann Foundation.
The Polish health minister has recommended that rules requiring the wearing of face masks in indoor public spaces should be maintained.
A regulation by the Council of Ministers easing a number of Covid related restrictions was announced on Sunday, the new rules will be in place until June 25.
From Saturday until May 14, more people will be allowed to travel on Poland's public transport network and the limit will rise again from May 15 under a new regulation from the Council of Ministers.
The leader of Poland’s biggest opposition party has set out five conditions he says will ensure spending on the National Recovery Plan is “honest and effective”.