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Most miners at Poland's biggest coal company recover from COVID-19

2020-07-02 09:54:11   【Print】
Poland's biggest coal producer, state-run PGG, said on Wednesday that most of its infected miners have recovered from the COVID-19, as the company relies on government support to see it through the crisis.

Polish coal mines have struggled with the rapid spread of the COVID-19, with the mining region in southern Poland accounting for at least half of new daily cases throughout much of May and June. PGG had reported 1,886 cases as of Wednesday.

On June 8 the government halted output at 10 PGG mines and at 2 mines owned by coking coal producer JSW to stop the spread of the COVID-19, with normal operations expected to resume on July 3.

"The epidemic in PGG is expiring and the wave is under control," PGG said in a statement, adding that as of Tuesday, 82% of its infected workers had recovered.

PGG was already struggling with rising coal stockpiles as demand for coal and electricity fell, and the pandemic has added to its financial problems.

.Asian Metal Copyright "The epidemic in PGG is expiring and the wave is under control," PGG said in a statement, adding that as of Tuesday, 82% of its infected workers had recovered.Asian Metal Copyright