The Digest 7th March 2021
Going Nuclear/ Bus Tragedy/ Covid-19 Forecast/ Warsaw – Too Many Cars/ Tri-City – Poland’s First Nuclear Plant Announced/ Wroclaw – Earthquake Tremors/ Poznan – Four Wheels For Five Kids/ Lublin – European Capital Of Youth/ International – EU Judicial Ruling/ Business & Economy – Interest Rates On Hold & Unemployment Success/ Sport – Gold & Silver at Indoor Euro Games, Amazon v Allegro, Celebrating 300, Orlen – The Rise Of An Intriguing Insider 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 a good 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.
6 dead, 41 injured in horrific bus tragedy – arabnews
“We expect 18,000 daily cases” – Min. of Health – TVN (Video)
Warsaw – Too many cars – WBJ
Gdansk – Site of first nuclear plant announced – Business Insider
Wroclaw – 3.1 Earthquake recorded in Lower Silesia – Volcanodiscovery
Poznan – Quintuplet Family gifted four new wheels by Polish PM – PolandIn
Lublin – City named European Youth Capital in national first – Firstnews
International – EU Court rules Polish judicial changes may be illegal – Politico
Economy & Business – Ignoring accelerating inflation, Central Bank keeps rates on hold – Bloomberg
Sport – Gold & silver in Euro indoor games – thenews
Odds & Ends – Amazon arrives, but will it unseat Allegro? – Reuters
Podcast – Celebrating 300 – The Krakcast
Featured Article – Orlen CEO – The intriguing rise of an insider – Wyborcza
Have a great Sunday,
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