HUNDREDS of Polish entrepreneurs break lockdown and SATISFACTION REQUIREMENTS
They drove their horns with hundreds of taxis and cars in a parade in the center of Warsaw on Tuesday and demanded financial compensation from the government.
The police tried to break up the angry procession of entrants and force them to adhere to the corona restrictions.
Darek calls Poland a cardboard state: 'The government is not doing anything for us, I have my own business, but I don't know what to do anymore. I've almost run out of money by now. '
The Poles have been placed under a lockdown. Meetings of more than two people are prohibited.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki fears Poland's economic growth will stall. The previous estimate of 3,7% growth no longer applies.
According to state figures, 31 patients have died from the coronavirus in Poland, out of a population of 38 million.
The measures will soon be stepped up by the Minister of Health Lukasz Szumowski.
VIDEO: Polish entrepreneur Darek