Statistics related to COVID-19

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Business tendency

Business tendency survey

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:

1. Negative effects of “coronavirus” pandemic and its impact on your business activity are (in April) and will be (in May):

Please, choose only one answer for each month.

April 2020:

                1. minor

                2. serious

                3. a threat to company’s stability

                4. lack of negative effects


May 2020:

                1. minor

                2. serious

                3. a threat to company’s stability

                4. lack of negative effects


2. In order to counteract negative phenomena caused by “coronavirus” pandemic, various strategies can be implemented. Depending on company, far-reaching actions may be appropriate or, on the other hand, limiting such interventions not to reduce efficiency of the company.

Have you implemented (in March) and are you planning to implement (in April) some actions to reduce negative effects of above mentioned pandemic on your company?

Please, choose only one answer for each month.

March 2020:

                1. yes, the ones affecting activity insignificantly

                2. yes, the ones affecting strongly

                3. we have not taken any particular actions

April 2020:

                1. yes, the ones affecting activity insignificantly

                2. yes, the ones affecting strongly

                3. we are not planning any actions

3. Please, estimate what is the percentage of your employees (regardless of type of contract: employment contract, civil law agreement, self-employed, interns, agents etc.) who were affected (in March) and will be affected (in April) by each of the following situations:

If the employee stays at home, e,g, due to childcare or quarantine but still works remotely, please, choose first variant (remote work and similar forms of work)

March 2020:

                1. remote work and similar forms of work ….%

                2. unplanned absence due to holidays, childcare, looking after family member etc. ….%

                3. absence of employees resulting from quarantine or other restrictions (e.g. no possibility to commute) ….%

April 2020:

                1. remote work and similar forms of work ….%

                2. unplanned absence due to holidays, childcare, looking after family member etc. ….%

                3. absence of employees resulting from quarantine or other restrictions (e.g. no possibility to commute) ….%


4. What was (in March) and what will be (in April) an estimated change (in percentage) in orders placed with suppliers made by your company on semi-finished products, raw materials, goods or services etc.?

Regardless of the reason for change and in comparison to the situation when there was no pandemic:

If no changes, please, enter “0” (zero) in one of variants.

March 2020:

                1. decrease by ….%

                2. increase by ….%

April 2020:

                1. decrease by ….%

                2. increase by ….%


5. What was (in March) and what will be (in April) an estimated change (in percentage) in orders placed by customers on your company’s semi-finished products, raw materials, goods or services etc.?

If no changes, please, enter “0” (zero) in one of variants.

March 2020:

                1. decrease by ….%

                2. increase by ….%

April 2020:

                1. decrease by ….%

                2. increase by ….%


6. If the current measures to combat coronavirus, such as closures of schools/universities/shops, home confinements, border restrictions, etc. persisted for a prolonged period, how many months could your enterprise survive?

Please, choose only one answer

                1. less than a month

                2. circa 1 month

                3. 2-3 months

                4. 4-6 months

                5. more than 6 months


7. Has your company experienced (in March) and is expecting (in April) the occurrence of payment gridlocks or their increase?

Regardless of the cause of gridlocks and in comparison to the situation when there was no pandemic:

Please, choose only one answer for each month.

March 2020:

                1. yes, minor

                2. yes, serious

                3. yes, threatening company’s stability

                4. we have not experienced any

April 2020:

                1. yes, minor

                2. yes, serious

                3. yes, threatening company’s stability

                4. we do not expect any


Latest studies:

22.05.2020 - Business tendency in manufacturing, construction, trade and services - May 2020. Companies’„survival time” - survey results in May 2020

24.04.2020 - Business tendency in manufacturing, construction, trade and services 2000-2020 (April 2020). With in-depth presentation of results in accommodation and food service activities

22.04.2020 - Business tendency in manufacturing, construction, trade and services - April 2020. With Annex: Impact of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on business tendency – assessment and expectations

Industry

P-02 Report on the production of articles and stocks

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:   

  1. Does the enterprise manufacture products related to prevention of spreading / combating COVID-19?
  1. Volume of manufactured production of industrial products covered by list 'Products related to the prevention of spreading / combating COVID-19'
    1. in the reporting month
    2. from the beginning of March to the end of the reporting month

Products related to the prevention of spreading / combating COVID-19 List

Item

Product name

Measurement unit

01

Protective clothing (overalls, aprons)

p/st

02

Face masks used in medicine

p/st

03

Other protective face masks

p/st

04

Rubber gloves

pa

05

Disposable plastic film gloves

p/st

06

Protective head caps

p/st

07

Protective face shields

p/st

08

Safety googles

p/st

09

Protective shoe covers

pa

10

Breathing appliances and gas masks (except for therapeutic respiration apparatus and protective masks having neither mechanical parts nor replaceable filters)

p/st

11

Therapeutic respiration apparatus

p/st

12

Parts of therapeutic respiration apparatus

kg

13

Disinfectant liquids and gels

kg

14

Disinfectant wipes

kg

15

Solid disinfectants (powders, granules, tablets, etc.) for preparing solutions

kg

16

Soap with disinfectant properties

kg

17

Denatured alcohol

hl 100%

18

Swab test kits

p/st
19

Acrylic sneeze guards /workplace shields

p/st
20

Fabric with anti-bacterial coating

kg
21

Face shield holders

p/st
22

Adapters for connecting anti-virus filter to breathing masks

p/st

  1. Other manufactured products related to the prevention of spreading / combating COVID-19 not on the above list. Please enter product names

Latest studies:

27.05.2020 - Production of industrial products related to the prevention of spreading / combating COVID-19

Information society

SSI-10 I The use of information and communication technologies in households

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:   

Module W. INFORMATION RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS

W1. Given the situation in Poland caused by coronavirus, what sources did you use to track information on this topic?
(tick all that apply or  g)
a) websites     
b) social networks    
c) radio     
d) TV     
e)newspapers, news magazines    
f) other     
g) I was not interested in this topic at all


Question W2 is only for respondents who tick a-f in W1.

W2. How did you closely follow information about the epidemic of the coronavirus?
(tick one)
–    very carefully    
–    quite carefully    
–    not very carefully    
–    hardly  


W3. During the epidemic of coronavirus in Poland, did you use the following possibilities?
(tick all that apply or d)
a)    taking care of a child up to 8 years old in connection with the closing of a nursery, children's club, kindergarten or school due to COVID-19    
b)    remote work, with the possibility of connecting via the internet    
c)    remote work, without the possibility of connecting via the internet    
d)    not applicable


W4. Has the epidemic of the coronavirus caused you to wanted to settle administrative issues over the Internet instead of in person?
(tick one)
–    yes     
–    no

Question W5 is only for respondents who tick yes in W4.

W5. Were you able to solve the issues? (tick one)
–    yes, all     
–    yes, some     
–    no


W6. Has the epidemic of the coronavirus caused you to take advantage of the possibility of learning, tutoring or training online? (tick one)
–    yes     
–    no

Labour market

Z-05. Labour demand research

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:   

Information related to the epidemic (optional)

  1. Number of employed persons who, due to the epidemic situation, worked remotely (as of the last day and date of the reporting quarter).
  2. Number of employed persons who, due to the epidemic situation, used childcare allowance for the duration of childcare up to the age of 8 due to the closure of the nursery, kindergarten, children's club, school (as of the last day and last quarter).
  3. Number of persons employed due to the epidemic situation due to sickness / sickness benefit due to quarantine or isolation (as of the last day of the reporting quarter).
  4. The number of jobs lost due to the epidemic in the period from the beginning of the year to the end of the reporting quarter.

Latest studies:

10.06.2020 - The impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on selected elements of the labour market in Poland in the first quarter of 2020

10.06.2020 - The demand for labour in the first quarter of 2020

ZD - Study of the economic activity of the population in 2020

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:   

1. Was it related to the situation caused by coronavirus?

  • yes
  • no

Its task is to determine whether the respondents' behaviour reflected in the responses to selected ZD survey questions were caused by the COVID-19 situation. The question about the direct relationship of the situation indicated by the respondent (e.g. not performing work in the examined week) with the epidemic, appears after he or she indicates some variants of the answers to selected questions of the ZD survey. These are the following questions and answers:

  • question. 16.1 after answering: 1, 2, 3
  • question. 16.2 after answering: 1, 2, 7, 8, 12, 15
  • question. 17 after answering: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 12
  • question. 61 after answering: 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15
  • question. 73 after answering: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9
  • question. 79 after answering: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

2. Was this work performed in a form of distant work/teleworking?

(It is work performed outside the establishment premises with the use of electronic communication means)

  • yes
  • no

In the case of people who in question 49a) answered that they worked at home in the surveyed week, in addition to the first additional question about the relationship with the coronavirus- related situation , a second additional question arises, which aims to determine whether work at home took the form of remote work / teleworking.


Latest studies:

26.05.2020 - Information regarding the labour market in the first quarter of 2020 (preliminary data)

Living conditions/Consumer tendency

Consumer tendency - Annex

Additional questions in relation to the epidemiological situation (threat of COVID-19 coronavirus)

12a. What impact did the current epidemiological situation have on your responses (COVID-19 coronavirus)?

  • significant
  • moderate
  • none

12b. In connection with current epidemiological situation (COVID-19 coronavirus), are you afraid of losing your job or stopping your own business?

  • definitely yes     
  • possible     
  • rather not     
  • no     
  • I have no opinion     
  • not applicable (for non-working people)   

12c. What threat do you think is the current epidemiological situation (COVID-19 coronavirus) for the health of the population of Poland as a whole?

  • big threat    
  • average threat    
  • small threat    
  • no threat

12d. What threat do you think is the current epidemiological situation (COVID-19 coronavirus) for your personal health?

  • big threat     
  • average threat    
  • small threat    
  • no threat

12e. What threat do you think is the current epidemiological situation (COVID-19 coronavirus) for the economy in Poland?

  • big threat  
  • average threat    
  • small threat    
  • no threat

12f. What threat do you think is the current epidemiological situation (COVID-19 coronavirus) for your personal financial situation?

  • big threat     
  • average threat    
  • small threat    
  • no threat

12g. What threat do you think is the current epidemiological situation (COVID-19 coronavirus) for everyday life in your local community?

  • big threat     
  • average threat    
  • small threat    
  • no threat

Latest studies:

20.05.2020 - Consumer tendency - May 202

23.04.2020 - Consumer tendency - April 2020


Situation of business entities

DG-1 Report on business activity

The part of the DG-1 form entitled Remarks concerning significant changes has been revised and the changes are marked in red. In addition, for each cause, respondents can indicate if the change was due to COVID-19.

Remarks concerning significant changes

(the section should be completed only if there have been significant changes in categories compared to data from the previous reporting month)

Mark an „X” in the square next to the category for which a significant change has been recorded and next to causes that have brought about these changes or else add other causes. 

changes in

as a result of:

☐ revenues from the sale of products

☐ sales of goods and materials

☐ revenues from construction activity

☐ retail trade

☐ wholesale trade

☐ number of employed persons from ...... to .......

☐ average number of employed persons

☐ wages

☐ Producer Price Index

☐ transport of goods and passengers

☐ a takeover of the company (or its part)

☐ division of the company (or its part)

☐ cancelling issued invoices

☐ accounting for amended invoices (particularly credit notes)

☐ a fall in the number of orders

☐ a rise in the number of orders

☐ problems with deliveries from suppliers

☐ payment gridlocks

☐ dismissals of employees

☐ changes in employees’ weekly working hours

☐ employees staying on idle time / receiving idle time remuneration

☐  a stoppage in production and / or in service provision

☐ other causes ..................................................................


Social economy

Annex to SOF-5 form

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:

1. In the period from March 2020 to the reporting date, does the unit undertake additional activities for recipients due to the epidemiological situation of coronavirus? (if "NO", please go to Record data section)

  • yes
  • no

2. Who were the direct recipients of activities related to the epidemiological situation?  (more than one answear possible; with answer  "other", please fill out to which recipients they are referring to)

  • private individuals (How many people were covered?)
  • entire communities (e.g. housing estate, village council, commune)
  • health care centres  
  • social welfare homes
  • enterprises or natural persons conducting economic activity
  • other  institutions
  • animals, environment
  • other (Which?)

3. What kind of additional activities were undertaken in relation to the epidemiological situation? (more than one answear possible; with answer "other", please fill out which activities were involved)

  • social servicesa (How many people were covered?)
  • financial suport (How much money was transferred?)
  • material support  What was the estimated value of the support provided?
  • other (Which?)

4. Were volunteers involved in activities related to the epidemiological situation? Please consider members volunteering as well as other volunteers.

  • yes (How many?)
  • no

SOF-5ES annex to the SOF-5 report for the purposes of monitoring the development of the social economy sector

1. In the period from March 2020 to the date of submission of the report in connection with the epidemiological situation, was it decided to dismiss employees (including those working under civil law contracts) for which the unit was the main workplace?

  • yes (How many people were affected by the dismissal decision?)
  • no

3. Is the projected reduction in employment in 2020 related to the epidemiological situation of the coronavirus initiated in March 2020?

  • yes
  • no

5. Is the forecasted deterioration of the financial situation in 2020 related to the epidemiological situation of the coronavirus initiated in March 2020?

  • yes
  • no

ES-S Report on the activities of cooperatives: work, social, invalids and blind

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:

 1. In relation to the epidemiological situation, in the period from March 2020 to the reporting date, was it decided to dismiss employees (including working under civil law contracts) for whom the cooperative was the main place of work?

  • yes (How many people were affected by dismissal decision?)
  • no

3. Is the forecasted employment reduction in 2020 related to the epidemiological situation of the coronavirus initiated in March 2020?

  • yes
  • no

5. Is the forecasted deterioration of the financial situation in 2020 related to the epidemiological situation of the coronavirus initiated in March 2020?

  • yes
  • no

7. Is the termination of activity considered due to the epidemiological situation of the coronavirus?

  • yes
  • no

Tourism

PKZ Survey - Participation of Polish citizens (residents) in trips

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:

If the respondent declared that he/she had travelled, the question is:

Has the announcement of the COVID-19 pandemic affected your decision to end or shorten your trip?

  • yes
  • no
  • no answer

If the respondent declared that he/she had not travelled, the question is:

Have you cancelled the trip because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

  • yes
  • no
  • no answer

Latest studies:

28.05.2020 - Tourism in Poland in the face of COVID-19 pandemic

KT-1 - Report on the occupancy of tourist accommodation establishmen

Additional questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the study:   

Did you conduct activity in the field of tourist accommodation services in the surveyed month? - the respondent has two options to choose from:

  • yes
  • no

If No is indicated, the reason for not conducting activity must be given.

Two new options have been added to the existing 9 variants:

  • Suspension of accommodation activity due to the COVID-19 epidemic threat
  • An establishment temporarily used for quarantine or as an isolation centre

Latest studies:

26.05.2020 - Occupancy of tourist accommodation establishments in Poland in March and April 2020

See also information about COVID-19 in other countries:

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