Due to the coronavirus pandemic, a third of Ukrainian workers in Poland have suffered, some of them complaining about restrictions and lower incomes.
Wirtualne Media writes about this with reference to the IRCenter survey.
Survey data showed that 60% of Ukrainians complain of deterioration after the introduction of quarantine in Poland.
About 30% of the respondents found themselves out of work or should have limited it considerably. At the same time, 27% have employment problems. Housing in Poland lost 3% of Ukrainians.
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More than half of migrant workers say they are not afraid of the coronavirus epidemic and regret their work difficulties.
According to the survey, 22% said they would stay illegally in the country if their stay in Poland expired. However, 7% of respondents do not exclude that if the quarantine is prolonged, they will have to return to Ukraine to reissue the documents.
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Sociologists have also discovered that one in five Ukrainians came to Poland with a biometric passport and found work there without a work visa.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru