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Poland to open EU borders on Saturday, PM says

Reuters Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Poland will open its borders with fellow European Union countries on Saturday and allow international flights from next Tuesday, the prime minister said on Wednesday, as the country unfreezes its economy despite an increase in coronavirus cases.
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