Financial losses caused by the government-ordered shut-down of shopping malls have already reached an estimated PLN 30 billion (EUR 6.61 billion), according to the Polish Council of Shopping Centres.
Poland's education minister has said if there is no third wave of the coronavirus pandemic, then year-eight and matriculation (matura) exam students might return to school.
Almost 338,000 people had been vaccinated by Wednesday afternoon, the head of the PM's Office has announced.
The Visegrad Group (V4), comprising the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, will put forward at the EU forum its ideas for post-pandemic recovery, Polish parliamentary speakers said after a V4 videoconference.
The Polish government is preparing a compensation fund that will offer payments to people vaccinated against the coronavirus who suffer a serious negative reaction to the jab, the health minister has announced.
The Polish government has extended the current coronavirus-related restrictions until January 31, with the only exception being the decision to allow children from grades 1 through 3 to return to their schools as of January 18.
Children from grades 1 through 3 will return to their schools as of January 18, Health Minister Adam Niedzielski announced on Monday.
Poland has received a total of 1,051,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine, and 456,000 doses have arrived at hospitals which are part of the distribution network, the government's commissioner for the vaccination programme said on Monday.
Poland's Civic Coalition opposition grouping has called for the reopening of the hotel and hospitality sectors, and the return of, at least, grades 1-3 to school.
The Polish president's spokesman has stated that the head of state will get vaccinated against the coronavirus when his turns comes, and said that vaccination queue jumping is irresponsible.