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Poland has enough food supplies: gov't minister

13.03.2020 14:28
With 64 confirmed coronavirus cases in Poland and the total expected to soar, Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz has urged Poles to refrain from panic shopping.
Jadwiga Emilewicz (left) at a press conference on Thursday
Jadwiga Emilewicz (left) at a press conference on Thursday PAP/Marcin Obara

Polish food producers have said they will increase output to guarantee uninterrupted supplies. 

“There is no need to do superfluous shopping. Today there is absolutely no reason for it. I’ve been in touch with Poland’s major food producers, reviewing the whole supply chain from production to retail, and today I can assure you that this chain is secure,” Emilewicz said.