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Polish food producers ready to increase output amid coronavirus outbreak: gov’t minister  

13.03.2020 07:00
Food producers in Poland are ready to increase output to guarantee uninterrupted supplies amid buying sprees fueled by a coronavirus outbreak, a government minister has said.
Jadwiga Emilewicz.
Jadwiga Emilewicz.Photo: PAP/Marcin Obara

For now, Polish producers are running at 80 percent capacity and still have reserves to supply more food if necessary, Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said at a press conference on Thursday.

She added that there was no reason for panic buying and urged “rational behaviour in the stores” as shoppers rushed to buy staple foods and other goods in retail outlets nationwide.

Emilewicz also said that Poland was one of the largest food producers in Europe and there was no risk of shortages.

Poland’s authorities on Thursday announced the country’s first coronavirus death as its total number of infections rose to 51.

The World Health Organisation declared on Wednesday that the global coronavirus outbreak was a pandemic, voicing alarm over mounting infections worldwide and urging governments to step up containment efforts.

The number of worldwide cases has topped 120,000 and deaths exceeded 4,300, according to the WHO.


Source: PAP