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Poland to extend ban on international flights to June 1

Christian Fernsby |
Poland plans to extend a ban on international flights until June 16 due to the coronavirus pandemic, PAP said, citing a government decree.

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LOT restarted flights between the country’s biggest cities, including Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, and Wroclaw, from June 1.

As of Friday, Poland had reported 25,410 coronavirus cases, including 1,137 deaths.

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