The death toll increased by 11, according to public health authorities.
A total of 79,240 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Poland since the start of the pandemic, and 2,293 have died from the COVID-19 respiratory disease so far, officials said on Sunday.
On Saturday, Poland reported a daily record of 1,002 cases.
Of the new cases confirmed on Sunday, the most - 164 - were reported in the central province of Mazowieckie, which contains the national capital Warsaw.
The latest deaths in Poland’s coronavirus outbreak are people aged from 67 to 93. The Polish health ministry said that all of these patients had pre-existing medical conditions.
On Friday, the health ministry confirmed 757 new cases, compared to 837 on Thursday, 600 on Wednesday, 605 on Tuesday and 377 on Monday.
Commenting on Saturday's record number of cases, Wojciech Andrusiewicz, a spokesman for the health ministry, said the increase was the result of people “returning to normal daily life.”
"We do not have large hotbeds at the moment,” he added.
58 COVID-19 deaths per million
With 58 COVID-19 deaths per million population, Poland remains far less affected by the coronavirus epidemic than many other countries in Europe, according to a set of data released by the country’s health ministry this month.
To compare, Belgium has 856 deaths per million residents, according to new statistics released by the Polish health ministry on Tuesday, while Spain has 638 and Britain reports 613.
Vaccine in the spring?
Poland’s health minister has said a vaccine against the coronavirus is likely to be available in his country next spring, and that will “definitively end the pandemic”.
Meanwhile, Polish experts announced on Friday that they have developed a “prototype” of a home-grown vaccine against the coronavirus.