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    "Warsaw, it's going to be fine" and "It's going to be beautiful again!" – these uplifting slogans bringing hope for a better future have been written on the walls next to the Centrum underground station. This is one of the four murals prepared as part of a non-profit initiative to lift the spirits of Warsaw's residence during the epidemic.

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    The Mayor of Warsaw is appealing to the Government to waive the ban on using city bike rental systems. Unlike other European countries, Poland introduced restrictions in the use of public bicycles.

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    22 April is the date of celebrating the World Earth Day. During this year's celebrations Warsaw is running the #DajZiemiOddech initiative, showing its residents how they can help our planet on a daily basis.

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    The Warsaw Public Transport is functioning normally. Over 1400 buses, 400 trams, Metro and Fast City Rail vehicles reach the streets of Warsaw each day. Our vehicles arrive on time. We also care about cleanliness, as they are regularly cleaned and disinfected.

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    The upward trend in the number of passengers using the Warsaw Public Transport has continued. In 2019 over 1.201 billion public transport rides were made in Warsaw and the metropolitan area, which corresponds to an increase by nearly 18 million passengers, relative to 2018.

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    The City of Warsaw regularly informs foreigners of all recommendations and changes related to the epidemic state in Poland. Residents and tourists can follow messages in English, Russian, Ukrainian and other languages.

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    With regard to confirmation of subsequent cases of coronavirus infection in Poland, we wish to remind you that government administration is responsible for issues related to the epidemiological safety.

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    The Mayor of Warsaw has made a decision to allow motorcycles to move along the City’s bus lanes. Appropriate changes to road signs will be introduced for all permanent bus lanes across the City.

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    An area close to Na Rozdrożu Square in Warsaw will soon feature a monument to the victorious Battle of Warsaw. Considered “the eighteenth most important battle in the world history,” it allowed preventing the Soviet invasion of Poland, and then of Western Europe.

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    A publication entitled “. a quiet, derisive laugh of generations? Contemporary schools vs. fascism,” released jointly by the Education Department of the City of Warsaw and the Warsaw Centre for Education and Social Innovations, will soon be distributed to all secondary schools in Warsaw.

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    As unanimously declared by the City and regional authorities, Warsaw will gradually depart from coal-fired systems. On 26 February 2020, at the Third Clean Air Congress, a cooperation declaration was signed, the objective being to improve air quality.

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    Refurbishment of the additional space in the Support Centre for the Warsaw Insurgents at 22 Nowolipie Street, which has been acquired from the adjacent municipal resources, has just been completed.

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    The City of Warsaw has entered into an agreement with the Warsaw Police Headquarters about extra patrol duties in 2020. The extra patrols will be funded from the City’s own income.

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    Warsaw deploys its IVF programme again to provide support to women who have trouble getting pregnant. So far, the local-government programme successfully helped conceive and give birth to 616 babies.

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    Mayor Rafał Trzaskowski and Piotr Wiślicki, head of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute in Poland, have suggested to Minister of Culture Piotr Gliński a solution to address the controversy surrounding the nomination to the director of one of the key institutions of culture in Poland.

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    Tadeusz Mazowiecki Park has had one of its lanes named after Paweł Adamowicz, the late Mayor of Gdańsk. The naming ceremony took place in the Jazdów District, and was attended by members of the Polish Sejm, City officials, and the family of the late Mayor.

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    Residents of Warsaw have different opinions on requests to cut down trees, depending on the project type. These insights are supported by the results of a recent opinion poll. For instance, most residents agreed that the construction of flood control systems is a project which justifies tree cutting.

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    Residents of Warsaw who apply this year for a grant for the disposal of their old furnaces, can have 100% of the costs reimbursed. How can you receive support from the City and have your house heated in an environmentally friendly way? You will have all your questions answered during district meetings.

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    An invitation to tender for preparing the 2020-2030 and Beyond Cycling Development Programme has been announced. The new programme will serve as a summary of recent achievements in cycling development, and also help us prepare for the new challenges ahead.

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    In 2019, as many as 9,800 items were brought to the Lost Property Office in Warsaw, while in 2018 there were 9,700 such items. Lost property included mainly documents, cell phones, watches, and electronics.