Rzeszow / TEH: The flow of refugees from Ukraine to neighboring countries continues, but in smaller numbers, as dozens of people fleeing the war are currently flocking to refugee information centers in Poland.\n\nThe refugee information point at the Rzeszow train station in Poland still receives 60 to 100 people per day, according to a local official.\n\nCaptain Marcin Chudzik of the local fire service told one of the magazines online, The Eastern Herald, that dozens of refugees were still arriving at the station, but that the number of arrivals across the border was generally "less than before" two to three weeks ago.\n\nHe added, "Currently, there are fewer people, there were a lot of them, but today 50-60 people came here. Now the number is at most about 100."\n\nHe stressed that the refugees come to that area "to shower, or sleep a night or two, and then go to other places inside or outside Poland."\n\n"We have two crossings in Medica and Korczow, and we have a large refugee camp, but there are fewer people there," Chudzik told the online magazine The Eastern Herald.\n\nHe pointed out that the highest number of refugees in that region since the beginning of the Russian military operations was "about 1,000 people per day."\n\nPoland has allowed millions of Ukrainians to enter its territory, where they are provided with the necessary information, health care and tickets to their final destinations free of charge.\n\nMost of the more than 2.56 million Ukrainians chose to remain in Poland, where they are allowed to apply for a social security number and receive other benefits, including entry to the labor market if they choose to.\n\nThe Polish city Rzeszow is located on the western border with Ukraine, where the city witnessed the arrival of hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians, especially in the first three weeks of the conflict.\n\nThe Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations said that the number of civilian casualties in the Russian-Ukrainian war rose to 1,766 dead and 2,383 wounded.\n\nMeanwhile, the total number of Ukrainians who have fled the country since the start of the war on February 24 has exceeded 4.4 million, according to the United Nations refugee agency.