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Retailers join the fight

Coronavirus
POLAND The Polish Trade and Distribution Organisation [POHiD], an association of retail chains, are to contribute PLN 15 mln to fight the coronavirus epidemic.

The PLN 15 mln – which is being donated with the cooperation of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, the Ministry of State Property, the Ministry of Health, local government units and charity organisations – will go towards the purchase of Covid-19 diagnostic tests, respirators and specialised medical equipment as well as personal protective equipment for doctors (including masks, white coats, gloves and visors).

The members of the POHiD will also provide support in the form of non-cash assistance to such crucial services as hospitals, ambulances, sanitary and epidemiological centres, fire brigades, power plants, combined heat and power plants and refineries, as well as institutions and organisations devoted to helping people in need, including the Great Christmas Charity Orchestra [WOŚP], Caritas, TPD and food banks.

POHiD members will also provide food and meals, such as sandwiches, water, energy drinks, protein bars, ready-made dinner dishes, for local hospital staff, ambulance crews, labs and sanitary inspections, as well as supplying regional quarantine centres with necessary items, including beds, mattresses, bedding sets, sleeping bags and sprinklers for disinfectants.

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schedule 15 July 2024
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schedule 15 July 2024
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schedule 15 July 2024
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schedule 15 July 2024
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schedule 12 July 2024
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schedule 11 July 2024
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schedule 11 July 2024
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schedule 10 July 2024
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schedule 09 July 2024
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schedule 08 July 2024
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schedule 08 July 2024
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schedule 08 July 2024
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schedule 04 July 2024
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schedule 03 July 2024
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schedule 03 July 2024
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schedule 02 April 2020

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schedule 30 March 2020

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