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    From 1 March, the young patients at the Children’s Hospital at Kopernika St. in Warsaw will be examined in the new Computed Tomography Lab, which was equipped on the basis of a City subsidy amounting to PLN 2.6 million.

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    On 2 March, the City of Warsaw entered into an agreement with a contractor for the development of building plans and specifications for the first bridge for pedestrians and cyclists in Warsaw, which will connect the Vistula banks near Karowa and S. Okrzei Streets.

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    The City of Warsaw again acquired additional funds for the construction and operation of new nursery schools. This time, the financing amounts to PLN 14 million in "Maluch+" Programme funds.

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    "Ochota na kota" ("Want a cat") is a name of a new branch of Warsaw's "Na Paluchu" animal shelter located at 79 Grójecka St., which will become home to 20 cats. At the same time, local authorities of Warsaw and Góra Kalwaria have decided to initiate cooperation to counteract animal homelessness.

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    The construction of Metro Line 2 and of important roads will be continued this year. New cycle paths will be built, while pavements and streets will be renovated. Several dozen district dirt roads will gain new surface.

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    The capital city came eleventh in the most recent fDi's European Cities and Regions of the Future 2018/19 ranking. Warsaw was ranked third in Europe among the most business-friendly European cities.

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    The Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews invites volunteers to join the preparation of the sixth edition of the "Daffodils" social and educational campaign. On 19 April, marking the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, volunteers will give away to Varsovians paper daffodils – symbols commemorating the tragic events of 1943.

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    Warsaw is implementing a pilot project for comprehensive care over the elderly with the application of new technologies.

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    The #ZieloneUlice Warszawy (Green Streets of Warsaw) project is entering the phase of consultations in the successive districts of the city. In the coming days meetings with Varsovians will be held in Śródmieście, Wawer and Wilanów, and further in Mokotów, Ochota, Praga-Południe, Wola and Ursynów.

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    2017 us another record-breaking year both in terms of the number of notifications and the number of animals that received help from the municipal police. The officers rescued not only abandoned, homeless or injured cats and dogs, but were also increasingly often called for wild animals.

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    200 libraries, a book collection with over 5 million volumes, modern media. Warsaw's libraries have the potential that is worth developing for the residents.

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    In 2017, the City paid residents nearly PLN 11.1 million in green subsidies. As a result, the implementation of 1460 investments was supported. And 279 of these were connected with getting rid of coal furnaces.

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    Video surveillance, alongside the Emergency Reporting Centre, the Crisis Management Office and the City Guard, forms an element of Warsaw’s security system.

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    Warsaw has been included among the fifty finalists of the Smart 50 Awards. We were recognised for comprehensive senior care using new technologies.

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    Warsaw's roads are becoming safer as the number of road fatalities drops every year. In 2017, this figure decreased by more than one-fifth in comparison to the previous year. The changes consistently introduced to the city roads are bearing fruit.

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    Last year, in addition to an increase in the number of births, the City of Warsaw recorded an increased number of residents. The most popular location among new Warsaw residents was Białołęka, and a substantial number of people moved from Śródmieście, while the largest number of children aged under seven live in the most populous district - Mokotów.

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    The leader in the ranking of the capital city's most popular names has lost its position which it had occupied for several years. In 2017, the most popular name for a girl in Warsaw was Julia. The most popular name for a boy among parents is invariably Jan, followed by Antoni and Jakub. Last year, the number of births in the capital city increased, while the number of marriages fell.

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    The Fitch Ratings Agency has assigned a Long-Term Local-Currency Issuer-Default Rating of A to the City of Warsaw. It is the highest-possible score, and equal to Poland's rating. Moody's affirmed the rating of Warsaw’s creditworthiness at A2 on the international scale, with a stable outlook.

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    More flats, higher standards, renovation of all uninhabited flats, reduction of the number of heating stoves, support for the most vulnerable, and residents without rent debt – these are the priorities of the new municipal flats’ management plan for the upcoming 5 years.

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    Air purifiers will appear in all municipal pre-schools. The City will allocate nearly PLN 4 million for this purpose.