More than 4,500 foreign doctors are currently working in Poland, the Polish health minister said on Thursday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, on Wednesday announced a broad-scale financial support programme for women starting up businesses.
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Poland's health minister said on Sunday that the country is systematically heading towards spending 7 percent of its GDP on healthcare.
Polish healthcare spending will hit 7 percent of GDP at least in 2027, 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.
Poland has already ordered 1,000 vaccines against monkeypox for health care service employees, the health minister has said.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that Poland is ready to provide hospital treatment to at least 10,000 injured Ukrainian soldiers.
The EU has transferred 47 Ukrainian hospital patients from Poland to facilities in other European countries as part of a programme to relieve the healthcare systems of the countries neighbouring Ukraine.