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Online shopping rockets in Poland amid coronavirus: report

25.03.2020 12:55
Online shopping has shot up in Poland amid fears of the coronavirus, the Rzeczpospolita daily reported on Wednesday.
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The paper said that while at the beginning of March deliveries of groceries bought online from several large stores were possible within 24 hours, customers were now finding out they have to wait a month.

Some stores have completely stopped taking orders, informing customers that they are not able to deliver, according to Rzeczpospolita.

Officials said on Wednesday morning that two more coronavirus patients had died in Poland, bringing the country’s total death toll from the COVID-19 disease to 12.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Poland rose by 26 on Wednesday morning, bringing the total to 927.


Source: PAP/Rzeczpospolita