The Digest 31st May 2020

Children’s Day/ Rules Relaxed/ Returning Ukrainians/Warsaw – Court President Candidates/ Krakow – IKEA Manager charged for ..What?/ Wroclaw – Local Latest/ Tri-City – Electromobility Plan/ Poznan – Drought Reveals Grave Secrets/ International – Ghost Election/ EU China Collective/ Business & Economy – Rate Cut/ Cinema Drive-in’s/ Last Dance/ Children’s Day Traditions 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.

National

Children’s Day Gift Idea’s – Kidsinthecity

Relaxing the Rules – TVN (Video)

Returning Ukrainians – Reuters

Local

Warsaw – Court President Candidates Selected – AlJazeera

Krakow – IKEA manager charged for enforcing company Intranet Policy – NBCNews

Wroclaw – Latest Update – WroclawUncut

Tri-CityElectromobility Plan – TheMayor.eu

Poznan – Drought reveals Lake’s Historic Secrets – FirstNews

International

– Poland’s Presidential “Ghost” Election – A Teachable Moment – CNN

Polish FM – EU should deal collectively with China – PolandIn

Economy & Business – Central Bank Cuts Rates to 0.10% – Think.ing

Odds & Ends –  Cinema Drive-in’s Come to Poland – Streetwise

Podcast – The Last Dance – Krakcast

Article of the Week – Children’s Day Traditions – Culture.pl

Have a great Sunday,

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