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The Polish health ministry has denied media reports that a compulsory register of pregnancies has been enforced in Poland.
Some 24,000 Poles have received a second Covid booster jab, this time targeted against the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, Adam Niedzielski, the health minister, has said.
In the last year over 2,000 said new doctors from abroad have started working in Poland's health sector, Adam Niedzielski, the health minister, said on Thursday.
There is no evidence contaminated River Odra water poses a threat to human health, Poland's health minister said on Wednesday.
Poland has been given permission by the European Commission to join the group of countries which can exchange cross-border electronic prescriptions.
There have been no new reported cases of monkeypox, a deputy health minister said on Monday.
The free application is intended to help people addicted to substances such as alcohol, cigarettes, drugs and legal highs, as well as to compulsive behaviours such as uncontrolled overeating, playing computer games, using pornography or gambling.
A contract has been signed for almost 100,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine Europe-wide, of which Poland has sought 1,100 doses for medical personnel dealing with patients, the health minister announced on Monday.
Anybody suspected of being infected with monkeypox will be sent to hospital and isolated, a health ministry spokesman has told PAP.