Poland has ordered six state-run companies to create field hospitals amid soaring COVID cases.
Poland’s prime minister has ordered six of the countries largest state-run companies to create field hospitals to cope with the coronavirus pandemic now spreading ‘alarmingly quickly’, the prime minister’s chancellery chief of staff, Michal Dworczyk, said on Friday.
Dworczyk also told Polish state radio that among the cities to get such hospitals are Plock and Ostroleka, medium-sized cities about 110-125 km from Warsaw where there has been a particularly large number of infections reported. With hospitals in Poland now mostly full, health workers, equipped with protective suits, are forced to check people for COVID-19 outside the front of health care buildings.
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