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Poland opens extra emergency hospitals

The Polish government announced today the subsequent opening of additional emergency hospitals to cope with the enormous acceleration of COVID-19 cases.

The Polish Minister of Health, Adam Niedzielski, blamed the British version for the rush of cases, saying that “the most contagious version of COVID-19 was responsible for about 60 to 80% of all new cases”, reports ATS.

In the long run, the number of hospital beds for COVID-19 patients is expected to double, according to the government.

At present, authorities say more than 23,000 Covid patients are being treated in hospital.

Of these, more than 2,300 need a fan.

The toughest antiCOVID-19 measures went into effect today in the country.

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