The number of Covid-19 patients admitted to temporary hospitals in Poland is on the rise, with more than a half of the beds already occupied, a daily newspaper reported on Tuesday, as the third wave of the respiratory disease hit the country.
The governor of Malopolskie province announced on Saturday in Nowy Targ that the Podhale Specialist Hospital can admit patients from Slovakia, a country particularly affected by the pandemic.
The first device in the world to use four types of technology as part of the disinfection process, tests at the Jagiellonian University of Kraków showed the ‘Sterylis’ device was able to successfully destroy the Coronavirus pathogen in enclosed spaces.
The 29th Grand Finale of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP), Poland’s most high-profile charity event, raised nearly PLN 127.5 million (EUR 28.1) despite the Covid lockdown.
After telling the man’s family on Monday that his situation had deteriorated, the UK hospital confirmed that patient identified as RS had since died.
At the request of the Warsaw Prosecutor's office, the District Court of Warsaw ruled on Friday that a Polish man in a vegetative state in the UK is legally incapacitated and approved his transportation to Poland for treatment.
In this episode of the Debrief, our weekly news review and as Poland launches a mass vaccination drive against Covid-19, we speak to a medical professional about the implications of the pandemic.
Poland's foreign minister has said he is taking action to obtain diplomatic status for a Polish man lying in a coma in a British hospital after a Polish consul was denied access to the patient.
EXCLUSIVE: The Polish man was rushed to hospital in Plymouth, UK, in November after suffering a heart attack which left him with “severe and irreversible brain damage.” Now the UK High Court has ruled his life support be switched off, saying “it is not in his best interests for life sustaining treatment to be given.”
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