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One in three Poles reaching for internet more often when shopping: study

20.01.2021 07:40
One in three Poles - 36 percent - has been shopping online more often amid the COVID-19 epidemic, a survey has found.
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Among these, 60 percent are people under 30, according to the study commissioned by Santander Consumer Bank.

At a time when many bricks-and-mortar shops have been ordered to close, 14 percent of Polish pensioners are buying online more often.

The survey was carried out by the Instytut IBRiS pollster at the end of November, asking 1,000 adult Poles about their shopping habits.

Poland on Tuesday reported 4,835 new coronavirus infections and 291 more deaths, bringing its total number of cases to 1,443,804 and fatalities to 33,698.

A host of restrictions on public life which aim the curb the spread of the epidemic, including the closure of many retail outlets, are due to remain in place until at least the end of January.


Source: PAP