In a bill seemingly aimed at recruiting Ukrainian doctors and nurses
Tuesday, November 10, 2020

In a bill seemingly aimed at recruiting Ukrainian doctors and nurses

In a bill seemingly aimed at recruiting Ukrainian doctors and nurses, Poland is drafting legislation to fast track the hiring of health workers from outside the EU, reports Radio Poland. Poland’s corona case rate of 15,000 per one million inhabitants is about 50% higher than Ukraine’s, according to Worldometer. Asked if the bill is aimed at neighboring Ukraine, source of most of Poland’s migrant workers, Michał Dworczyk, head of the Polish Prime Minister’s office, replied: “This bill is not intended for any specific country.”

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