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    From July 22, the second booster vaccination dose against the coronavirus can be administered to people aged 60-79 and over 12 years of age with impaired immunity. Vaccinations are free of charge and can be performed in municipal clinics in Warsaw.

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    A festive session of the Warsaw City Council was held at the Palace of Culture and Science. This year's event referred not only to the anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising but also to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

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    Polish, English, IT courses and much more - are offered to refugees by the just-opened Ukrainian Education Centre in Warsaw. The Centre is located at 77/79 Marszałkowska Street, in a building which also houses the Service Point for Ukrainian Citizens run by the Labour Office of the City of Warsaw.

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    3.4 million Ukrainians remain in Poland, according to the latest report by the Union of Polish Metropolises. Thus, the population of our country at the end of May was 41.64 million.

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    After the pandemic period, Warsaw is returning to the usual mode of anniversary celebrations: sessions will be held at the Powązki and Insurgents' Cemeteries in Wola, at Krasiński Square, in places of remembrance of heroes and events. The joint singing of insurgent songs will also return.

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    The results of the inspections of drivers transporting passenger cars carried out in the first half of 2022 are already known. Warsaw Capital City President together with the Police, the Border Guard, the Trade Inspection, the Tax Control Office and the Road Transport Inspectorate, checked the legality of the carriers' work.

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    For the ninth time, Varsovians decided what to spend part of the money from the city budget on. A total of 326 projects have been selected for 2023. Warsaw will spend over PLN 101 million for this purpose.

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    The Capital City of Warsaw has signed an agreement to co-finance the remote education system in the capital. Thanks to funds from European funds, municipal primary schools will receive computer hardware and software worth almost PLN 3.4 million.

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    Under the agreement with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Warsaw will be granted an amount of approx. PLN 100 million (nearly USD 22.5 million) by the end of 2022 to support Ukrainian refugees. As part of the cooperation, 35 projects have been prepared, and their main goal is to protect refugee children.

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    A free app: mobiWAWA, with which you can buy long-term (season) tickets for trips by Warsaw Public Transport, is already there! It is another facility that allows the passengers to buy tickets anytime, anywhere.

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    A holiday is the perfect time to catch up on any theatre-related deficiencies. Capital scenes invite you to performances in the urban space and in their headquarters. The theatre repertoires offer performances for children and adults, also for foreigners.

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    How many Ukrainian citizens have passed through Warsaw since the beginning of the war, and how many of them are in Warsaw today? What did the help offered by the city for refugees coming from abroad look like and what challenges related to their presence in the capital is Warsaw facing now?

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    The Pride Parade marched through the streets of Warsaw today. Along with the Polish LGBTI+ community, the parade was joined by Ukrainians. The crowd of smiling participants of the event was greeted by Rafał Trzaskowski, the President of the Capital City of Warsaw and Helena Dalli, the EU Commissioner for Equality.

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    Some changes have been introduced in Warsaw public transport for holidays. The timetables of several dozen bus lines have changed, trams and underground run differently.

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    120 computer stations for remote learning, Polish language courses, psychological support, classes for children and youth – these are only a part of the offer prepared for guests from Ukraine in the building at ul. Towarowa 25a. Thanks to the cooperation of the capital city of Warsaw with Alior Bank and UNICEF, the Centre for Education and Development starts its activity.

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    Mayor of the Capital City of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowski decided to create the Golędzinów Natural Park. It is going to be the largest park in the capital, which will cover the area along the Vistula River in Praga-Północ. Residents will have a perfect place to relax and observe the nature by the Vistula River.

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    In June, the "Warsaw Beach Staff" came back to the beaches of the capital city. City Hall has launched six beach points that will operate until the end of September. The Beach Staff will provide you with information about the nature by the Vistula River, as well as you will be able to rent deckchairs and sports equipment free of charge.

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    On 4 June 2022 – on the anniversary of the 1989 elections, after which communism in Poland ended – Warsaw will celebrate. In the morning the city will organise the Regatta for the Mayor of Warsaw's Cup on the Vistula River, in the afternoon there will be a parade.

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    From Wednesday, June 1, Metropolitan Tickets will be available for topping up in all ticket machines – fixed and mobile. This is a total of over 3.2 thousand devices.

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    New sports pool, slide, geysers and renewed volleyball court - those are attractions which soon can be used by Warsaw citizens and their guests in modernized Inflancka Resort. It is another outdoor facility after the Moczydło Water Park, which has been transformed and rebuilt. The Capital City of Warsaw spent PLN 6.6 million on this investment.