Polen oppretter koronasykehus på nasjonalstadion i Warszawa

Stadion Narodowy, Warszawa.Foto: Wikipedia.org

Myndighetene i Polen tar nå i bruk nasjonalstadion i hovedstaden Warszawa for å opprette et midlertidig koronasykehus med 50 intensivsengeplasser, skriver NRK.no
Det mektige stadionbygget i Warszawa, rommer vanligvis 58.000 mennesker.

Stadion Narodowy, også kjent som Nasjonalstadion, brukes mest til fotball, og er hjemmebanen til Polens landslag, og er landets største stadion. Det ligger i bydelen Praga Południe nær sentrum.

Stadion Narodowy ble åpnet i 2012.

Polen innfører munnbindpåbud

Polens hovedstad Warszawa.

Regjeringen i Polen innfører påbud om munnbind utendørs i hele landet fra lørdag 10.oktober.
Det opplyser statsminister Mateusz Morawiecki torsdag, ifølge nyhetsbyrået Reuters og NRK.
De nye koronarestriksjonene inkluderer også at maksimalt 75 mennesker kan samles.

Photo of the Day: Neptune’s Fountain Statue, Gdansk, Poland

Photo of the Day: Neptune’s Fountain Statue (Fontanna Neptuna), Długi Targ (Long Market Street), by the entrance to Artus Court, Gdansk, Poland. May 2017. Photo by: hovedsteder.blogg.no

The fountain and the bronze statue was constructed with the initiative of Gdansk Mayor Bartłomiej Schachmann, and was designed and constructed by several different artists. Construction started in 1603, and the fountain was opened on 9 October 1633, with the official inauguration of the fountain’s operation taking place on 23 March 1634. Formerly, the fountain was painted. The fountain was renovated in 1927, but damaged during World War II, and moved to Parchów, near Bytow. It was put back to operation on 22 July 1957. As part of renovation works in 1988 the fountain’s genitals were covered with a fig leaf.
A full renovation took place between September 2011 and April 2012.

Photo of the Day: Neptune’s Fountain Statue, Gdansk, Poland

Photo of the Day: Neptune’s Fountain Statue (Fontanna Neptuna), Długi Targ (Long Market Street), by the entrance to Artus Court, Gdansk, Poland. May 2017.
Photo by: hovedsteder.blogg.no

The fountain and the bronze statue was constructed with the initiative of Gdansk Mayor Bartłomiej Schachmann, and was designed and constructed by several different artists. Construction started in 1603, and the fountain was opened on 9 October 1633, with the official inauguration of the fountain’s operation taking place on 23 March 1634. Formerly, the fountain was painted. The fountain was renovated in 1927, but damaged during World War II, and moved to Parchów, near Bytow. It was put back to operation on 22 July 1957. As part of renovation works in 1988 the fountain’s genitals were covered with a fig leaf.
A full renovation took place between September 2011 and April 2012.