(ANSA) - WARSAW, 15 OTT - Poland's prime minister asked citizens to "stay home" if possible on Thursday, part of a raft of measures in the country's major cities designed to stem a record spike in coronavirus cases. "Today we must go back to the basic recommendation that we know from the spring: stay home," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said via a video link, advising "everyone who can to work remotely" as Poland recorded a new daily 24-hour record of 8,099 coronavirus cases. (ANSA).