The coronavirus may make a comeback in autumn were the warning of the Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki, as he urged the populace to obey health guidelines and make themselves available for vaccination.
“In the coming weeks I will get the fourth coronavirus jab,” said Morawiecki in an interview on a podcast.
The minister is optimistic that lockdowns will not be reintroduced but cautioned that the nation may be far from eradicating the virus.
“Hopefully, this would not be required but let me enlighten the public on what autumn will likely bring. It is paramount that we stick to sanitary laws since the coronavirus may come back in autumn,” the prime minister appealed to the public to get the first or second booster shot.
In his judgment, the government handled the pandemic’s economic impact well.
“With regards to the GDP growth and unemployment and employment which are fundamental economic indices, we have made a huge success,” Morawiecki said, explaining further that the situation in Poland was way better than in several other nations in the European Union.
“Poland’s economy grew by 4% in 2020 and 2021 both considered coronavirus years, a really good outcome. In fact, it was one of the best in the EU,” said Morawiecki, emphasizing that the Polish workforce was protected by anti-coronavirus shields.