Some 120 Polish hospitals ready to receive wounded from Ukraine
Around 120 hospitals in Poland have declared assistance to the wounded from Ukraine, offering a total of 7,000 beds, a deputy health minister said on Saturday.
"At the moment… we have about 7,000 places for people who require additional surgical or orthopaedic operation, or who may have burns and require further reconstructive treatments," Waldemar Kraska told a press conference in the eastern city of Przemyśl.
He pledged the Polish healthcare system would provide medical assistance, both basic and specialist, to every refugee who needed it.
Kraska also said that Poland is ready to "immediately" send to Ukraine several thousand units of blood and blood plasma, if needed.