An elderly man died after shooting himself during a conference on Saturday in the so-called 'white town' of tents set up by protesting healthcare workers near the prime minister's office in Warsaw, police have told PAP.
Considered by many to be the very first bombing campaign of WWII, the town was razed to the ground with 75 percent of its buildings destroyed.
Beginning their venture with stuffed monkeys, the retirees have now expanded their oeuvre to include among other things cuddly cats, dogs and owls for the University Centre of Paediatrics Central Clinical Hospital in Łódź.
In this episode of The Debrief, we speak to Dr. Kamil Adamczyk, who recently came back from an emergency medical mission in Uganda to help the fight against COVID-19.
A deputy health minister has stated that Poland's hospital infrastructure, despite a current drop in infection, is ready for a possible fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Covid hospital at the National Stadium in Warsaw will be closed from Sunday, the head of the Prime Minister's Office Michal Dworczyk has said.
A New Deal plan for Poland in the post-pandemic period foresees more health spending and a bigger tax-free quota, Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) said at the plan's presentation on Saturday.
The recent high levels of new Covid-19 infections among Poles have resulted in an increased number of patients being admitted to hospitals, a deputy health minister said on Tuesday.
Poland reported a record-high 35,251 new coronavirus infections on Thursday, the Health Ministry has said.
Some of Poland's temporary hospitals which were set up to treat a wave of coronavirus patients will soon be transformed into post-Covid treatment facilities, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said.