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The Government Centre for Security (RCB) on Friday issued an alert as strong wind and hailstorms are expected in the following provinces: Masovian, Podlaskie, Warmian-Masurian and Łódź, as well as a number of counties in Kuyavian-Pomeranian, Lower Silesian and Greater Poland.

Electoral silence ahead of Sunday's (July 12) presidential election second round run-off vote begins at midnight on Friday (July 10). According to the latest phone survey carried out by Kantar for "Fakty" TVN and TVN24, the incumbent president and mayor of Warsaw go neck and neck. The poll shows Rafał Trzaskowski winning 46,4 percent of votes, while Andrzej Duda - 45,9 percent. Furthermore, as much as 7,7 percent declared they did not yet know who they would back.

A court in Oświęcim (Lesser Poland) has delivered a verdict in a trial regarding the 2017 car accident involving a government limousine carrying the then prime minister Beata Szydło. The case has been conditionally discontinued. However, the driver of a fiat seicento which collided with the state limo has to pay compensation to Mrs Szydło and one of the officers from her security detail.

The Government Centre for Security (RCB) has issued an RCB alert due to expected severe weather conditions. Forecasters from the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (IMGW) informed that the weather may be very dangerous. Storms and strong wind are expected in the north of the country, while the southern parts are likely to be hit by hailstorms and heavy rain.

W drugiej turze wyborów prezydenckich Rafał Trzaskowski mógłby liczyć na 47 procent głosów wyborców, a Andrzej Duda - na 46 procent. Topnieje liczba niezdecydowanych wyborców i wygląda na to, że dzieje się to na korzyść kandydata Koalicji Obywatelskiej. Tak wynika z najnowszego sondażu telefonicznego Kantar dla "Faktów" TVN i TVN24. 

According to a poll by Ipsos conducted for, Civic Coalition presidential candidate Rafał Trzaskowski could count on support of 49 percent of people declaring they would take part in July 12 presidential run-off. Incumbent president Andrzej Duda would secure 48 percent of votes in the same group of voters. Three percent of respondents were undecided, the poll showed.

The Ministry of Health informed on Wednesday about 382 new confirmed cases of coronavirus infection and 14 deaths caused by the SARS-CoV-2. In total, 34,775 people have been infected so far, of which 1477 have died due to COVID-19.

On Tuesday at 6am, the National Electoral Commission (PKW) announced the final results of the first round of the 2020 presidential election. The incumbent president Andrzej Duda won 43.50 percent of votes, while his main rival - mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski - 30.46%. This means that both candidates will face each other in a presidential run-off on July 12. The voter turnout was 64.51%.

Polish presidential challenger Rafał Trzaskowski tried to rally supporters of other opposition candidates to his centrist cause on Monday, vowing to hold the nationalist government to account ahead of what looks set to be a knife-edge run-off vote. Incumbent president Andrzej Duda, an ally of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, led the first round of the presidential election on Sunday, but fell short of the 50% needed for outright victory, setting the stage for a run-off with Trzaskowski on July 12.

The National Electoral Commission (PKW) has published the results of the first round of presidential election from 99.78 percent of polling stations. Andrzej Duda has won 43.67 percent of votes, while Rafał Trzaskowski 30.34 percent - the PKW announced on Monday morning. This means the incumbent president and Civic Coalition's candidate will face each other in the second round. Independent candidate Szymon Hołownia has won 13.85 percent.

According to a late poll by Ipsos pollster, Poland's incumbent president Andrzej Duda has won 42.9 percent of votes in the first round of presidential election, while his main rival mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski - 30.3 percent. This means that both candidates will face each other in a second round run-off on July 12. The third result was secured by independent candidate Szymon Hołownia - 14 percent. The voter turnout, according to the poll, was 64.3 percent.