As countries around the world prepare their health services to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, the report by NimbleFins shows Poland has 60.52 beds for every 1,000 people aged over 70, the highest number in Europe.
The city’s deputy mayor announced this afternoon that the the 57-year-old who was hospitalised earlier this week had now died.
Pharmacies countrywide will launch special procedures to aid persons suspecting infection with the coronavirus, also available for such persons will be the online PZU Zdrowie service, President Andrzej Duda said on Wednesday.
The man who recently returned from Germany, called doctors and was found to be infected with the virus. He has been taken to hospital in Zielona Góra.
The Health Ministry told PAP on Tuesday evening that 68 people have been hospitalised and are undergoing tests for suspected coronavirus in Poland, 316 have been put in domestic quarantine while over 4,459 have been placed under epidemiological supervision.
The return of the man’s sight after 20 years has left doctors mystified.
Poland's Supreme Audit Office (NIK), an inspection body for government entities, will verify the country's readiness to respond to epidemiological threats as China's deadly coronavirus spreads across the world.
On Saturday, Polish students from the University of Rzeszow who returned from the infected city of Wuhan following an exchange programme were taken to Warsaw's Hospital for Infectious Diseases to be kept under observation for symptoms of the virus
Poland's Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOSP), which held its 28th finale on Sunday, had collected over PLN 100 mln (ca EUR 27 mln) by midnight to buy equipment for children's hospitals, the foundation tweeted on Monday.
Money from the Justice Fund is earmarked also for saving the life and health of injured people, Polish Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro said at the ceremonial launch of building work on an 'Alarm Clock Clinic' in Warsaw for waking adults from comas.