Allies say Szumowski has been the victim of unjust opposition “attacks”.
Research found that, despite masks being obligatory, up to one third of the public did not wear them.
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President Duda praised public healthcare for allowing “every citizen to be treated equally”.
The blacklist comes amid a campaign encouraging Poles to “consciously buy Polish products”.
Universities, schools, preschools and nurseries will remain closed.
There have been enquiries from Germany, Norway and South Africa about purchasing the tests.
Poland’s postal election enveloped in confusion as government pushes ahead before legislation passed
The government has begun organising a postal election, despite the relevant legislation not yet being passed.
Residents with work and family links across the borders with Germany and the Czech Republic have also called for restrictions to be loosened.
An independent candidate has also sued the state for denying him his electoral rights.
Closing forests and other lockdown measures have seen animals reemerge.
Half of Poles believe “foreign powers deliberately spreading coronavirus” and approve government response
New polling offers a broad picture of how Poles have reacted to the epidemic.
Without declaring a state of natural disaster, the government’s restrictions are not legally justified.
Leading figures from different fields explain what effect the crisis has already had, and offer a vision of what could emerge from it.
Scheduled elections in May are also still set to go ahead.