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Polish state-run firms pitch in to fight Covid-19

23.03.2020 07:00
Several Polish state-run firms have pitched in to help fight the coronavirus, news media have reported.
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Fuel company Lotos has said it will allocate PLN 5 million (EUR 1.1 million, USD 1.2 million) to help stem the spread of the Covid-19 disease.

The money will go to four hospitals in northern Poland to finance equipment such as respirators, thermometers and other medical supplies, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency has reported.

State-controlled Bank Pekao has offered to donate the same amount to benefit the country’s health service, broadcaster TVP reported on Sunday.

Meanwhile, oil giant PKN Orlen has launched production of hand sanitizers at a plant that normally manufactures windshield washer fluid, officials have said.


Source: IAR, TVP