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    Płock: Orlen will lend a temporary hospital

    The temporary hospital in Płock, built by PKN Orlen, has a sufficient number of personnel for 46 beds. The facility will be taken over by the Provincial Complex Hospital on Tuesday, December 1. The first patients will be admitted to it after a few days.

    At the beginning, 46 beds will be made available out of 200 projected. “There is a sufficient number of employees who volunteered to work in a temporary hospital,” Stanisław Kwiatkowski, director of the hospital said  on Monday during the conference call.

    “We plan to start up 46 beds, that is one module. We need two, three days, maybe four, until the end of the week, to settle down there,” explained the director.

    He stated that the hospital would see the first patients either on the weekend or on Monday. Kwiatkowski stipulated that the exact date would be set by the attorney appointed by him.

    The temporary hospital in Płock for patients with coronavirus was built on the premises of the PKN Orlen Research and Development Center, on the outskirts of the city, in the Płock Industrial and Technology Park.


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