The announcement came as the presidents of the two countries met at the White House on Thursday.
In a joint statement, Polish President Andrzej Duda and US leader Donald Trump said their two countries were “proud to help one another through the COVID-19 pandemic” and pledged “to continue our close cooperation as we work to find therapeutics and vaccines.”
“We also underscore the importance of transparency, information-sharing, and free and functioning international organizations in the prevention of future pandemics,” the two leaders said in a joint statement.
Poland’s Duda was on Wednesday the first foreign leader to visit the White House since the start of the coronavirus epidemic.
It was his fifth official, bilateral meeting with Trump. The two previously met once in Poland, and four times in the United States, including twice at the White House.
A total of 32,821 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in Poland, with 1,396 deaths from the COVID-19 respiratory disease so far, public health officials said in Warsaw on Wednesday.