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Major fairs, festivals called off in Poland

24.03.2020 09:30
The annual international Warsaw Book Fair, which was due to be held in May, has been called off due to the spread of the coronavirus.
Paramedics transport a patient suspected of being infected with the coronavirus to a hospital in Warsaw.
Paramedics transport a patient suspected of being infected with the coronavirus to a hospital in Warsaw.Photo: PAP/Andrzej Lange

Organisers say the next edition of the event is planned for May 2021.

Last year’s Warsaw Book Fair attracted more than 800 publishers from 27 countries.

Meanwhile, an annual Design Festival in Poland’s central city of Łódź, originally scheduled for the second half of May, has been postponed until September 17.

In other adjustments, Actus Humanus, one of Europe’s most prestigious early music festivals, held annually in the Baltic port city of Gdańsk, has been postponed from April until December, while an International Festival of Puppet Theatres in Bielsko-Biała, southern Poland, has been moved from the last week of May to the autumn.