The Digest 21st June 2020

Presidential Race Tightens/ Covid- 19 in Numbers/Warsaw – Man Sets Himself Alight/ Krakow – Auschwitz Pledge/ Wroclaw – Mask Inspectors/ TriCity – Uefa Finals/ Poznan – Water Mussels/ International – Put’in Fables in Fact/ Business & Economy – Zloty Currency War/ Poland’s problem with White bread & Tesco/ Eclectic Mix/ Polish Pandemic Humour and more…

Coronavirus Updates – Because of the obvious interest, we have searched for the most concise, authoritative and up to date status report on the virus in Poland, in English. Whilst many excellent outlets offer regular updates, we believe this Wikipedia page to be the best resource on the latest virus information and its progression. We believe context is important and few other resources offer this. We would stress that it may not be error-free, so check other reputable outlets if you are particularly concerned.


Presidential Election Polls show tight race – TVN (Video)

Covid -19, the latest numbers – TheNews


Warsaw – Man sets fire to himself in front of monument – FirstNews

Krakow – Germany pledges EUR 120 million for Auschwitz –

Wroclaw – Invitation to unmask the Ticket Inspectors – WroclawUncut

Tri-City – Gdansk chosen as a Uefa Finals venue – sportbusiness

PoznanA Water System with “Mussels” – zmescience

International – Poland accuses Russia/Putin of distorting history – AP

Economy & Business –  Poland opens path to currency war – Bloomberg

Odds & Ends – “Poles don’t buy white bread for the freezer” – PolandIn

Podcast – An eclectic mix – The Krakcast

Article of the Week Polish Pandemic Art humour –  

Have a great Sunday,

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