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    It’s been 3 years since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe

    The first cases of COVID-19 in Europe were detected in January 2020, and since then, the pandemic has had a significant impact on the continent and the world. In the first half of March, lockdown and social isolation in Poland began.

    The outbreak has caused widespread illness, hospitalizations, and deaths, and it has also led to significant social and economic disruptions.

    Over the past three years, efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 have included measures such as lockdowns, social distancing, and vaccination campaigns. While progress has been made in some areas, the pandemic is still ongoing and continues to pose a significant threat to public health.

    The situation in Europe has varied over time and across countries. At times, some countries have experienced significant surges in cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, while others have been relatively successful in controlling the spread of the virus. The emergence of new variants of the virus has also posed new challenges and raised concerns about the effectiveness of existing vaccines and treatments.

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on Europe and the world, and its effects are likely to be felt for years to come.

    The health sector in Poland admits that three years after the outbreak of the pandemic, everything is still not back to normal. Many patients report to doctors too late, many have postponed visits to clinics during the pandemic.

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