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COVID-19: The toll on Polish medics

25.01.2021 17:08
The coronavirus has contributed to the death of 74 doctors and 63 nurses in Poland, according to statistics released by the country’s health ministry on Monday.
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COVID-19 was also a factor in the deaths of 12 dentists, six paramedics, five pharmacists and four midwives, the ministry said.

Since the epidemic hit Poland in March, a total of 21,668 doctors and 54,264 nurses have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, according to the official figures.

Poland on Monday reported 2,419 new coronavirus infections – the lowest daily count since October – and 38 more deaths, bringing its total number of cases to 1,478,119 and fatalities to 35,401.

Frontline healthcare workers are first in line to receive COVID-19 shots, followed by nursing home residents, the elderly, people with chronic health conditions, teachers, police, and soldiers.

Poland on Monday started vaccinating people aged 70 and over.


Source: PAP