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    Surviving the autumn-and-winter season in high spirits and good health is quite a challenge. That is why the Vistula District – starting from Monday, 22 November – invites Varsovians to winter bathing and saunaing. These currently popular forms of recreation are also a great immune system booster.

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    Six e-paper online timetables of Warsaw Public Transport have already been provided in several places in Warsaw. They are connected to an advanced system projecting when trams will actually arrive. Now they are being tested.

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    Mayor of Warsaw Rafał Trzaskowki, Warsaw Cardinal Kazimierz Nycz, Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich and representatives of other churches and religious communities initiate a campaign do donate basic necessities for migrants on the Polish-Belarusian border

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    The old analogue traffic control devices, which still remember the start-up of the first line almost three decades ago, are becoming a thing of the past. It is time for digital devices, fibre optics and axle counters.

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    Since 2018, the capital has gained over 2,000 new Warsaw Benches. Another 200 will have been placed by the end of the year. Residents can use them in streets, squares and parks.

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    The Municipal Roads Authority has begun assembling the Christmas illumination. A 27-metre high Christmas tree is being placed in Zamkowy Sq. and other decorations are beginning to emerge in Krakowskie Przedmieście St. They will be the same as last year.

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    The citizens of Warsaw made up their minds and made the decision, with a record-breaking turnout. This year's winner, Wanda Traczyk-Stawska, received over 51,000 votes. During the ceremonial gala in Teatr Studio, the winner of the plebiscite honouring exceptional personalities received a statuette of the Warsaw Woman of the Year from the hands of Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski.

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    Starting November 8, you can apply for an ID card with a second biometric feature - fingerprints.

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    Warsaw won the ranking of the Local Government Website of the Polish Press Agency called "A municipality good to live in" in the category of municipalities with district rights. The second place was taken by Wrocław and third by Poznań.

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    It is especially in autumn and winter that people in homelessness crisis need a place where they can warm themselves, get a hot drink and receive social support. This is why the City of Warsaw is about to launch a special bus line – Mobile Counselling Point. The bus will run every day from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm until the end of April 2022.

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    In accordance with the decision of the Minister of Health, COVID-19 booster vaccination is starting today. Every adult person who received the second dose (or a single dose vaccine) at least 6 months ago can be vaccinated. You can get vaccinated at any vaccination centre, regardless of where you live or where you have been vaccinated previously.

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    Asian films, Russian and Ukrainian cinematography, latest films on Jewish-related subjects, short and independent films from around the world, thrillers – the fall season for movies is upon Warsaw. More festivals co-financed and co-organised by the city are ahead of us.

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    Another round of textile collection for Warsaw’s shelter for homeless dogs and cats is on. The “Zima in na Paluchu” (Winter in Na Paluchu) initiative has been launched by the Municipal Cleaning Company in Warsaw.

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    The global giant has just opened a new office in the Polish capital, where innovations will be created, including for residents of Warsaw. Because of its development, the company is going to significantly increase its employment to attract technology talent from around the world.

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    The 18th International Chopin Piano Competition is over. Prizes and recognitions were granted yesterday during a grand gala. Bruce Xiaoyu Liu from Canada was the winner. Concerts by laureates will be held today and tomorrow.

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    On the last weekend of October and on All Saints’ Day, traffic arrangements will change near Warsaw’s necropolises. Public transport will be prioritised, and some streets will be made into makeshift car parks.

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    On the 16th October we celebrate World Food Day. On this occasion, the Federation of Polish Food Banks has prepared a report “Are Poles ready to save the earth?”. Its outcomes were the focus of discussions with representatives of the City and food companies at a conference in Warsaw.

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    There are approximately 9000 active foundations and associations in Warsaw, half of which serve the residents. The Council of the City of Warsaw has just adopted a new long-term Development Programme for Cooperation with Non-Governmental Organisations, which will determine the course of action for the coming years.

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    Equality between men and women as a right implemented by local governments in all spheres - this is the main principle of the European Charter for Equality of Women and Men in Local Life signed today by the Mayor of Warsaw, Rafał Trzaskowski. The document obliges European local governments to eliminate stereotypes and obstacles that contribute to the unequal evaluation of roles of men and women in political, economic, social and cultural life.

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    Warsaw invites the residents of the capital city to get familiar with the new support proposal for volunteers and volunteer service organisers available as part of the „Warsaw Volunteers” project.