What you need to know about Poland’s new maternity and newborn care system

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk has announced the government’s plan to introduce new maternity care facilities in the country, as well as introducing new rules for workers on maternity leave.

The move comes in the wake of a series of scandals surrounding Poland’s maternity care system.

The first of which involved a baby’s death in January, as the country’s authorities struggled to cope with the high number of cases of infant deaths.

Since then, several new scandals have followed, with the government admitting it has failed to implement its promised measures to improve care.

These include a recent scandal in which a Polish doctor allegedly admitted to performing abortions without a valid medical certificate, which is an act that is punishable by up to two years in prison.

Polish law requires the government to give a medical certificate to every child born into its care, and the government is now trying to tighten this requirement, although some politicians are concerned that the move could put a burden on those who do not have a medical qualification.

The new legislation has been hailed by rights groups as an important step to combat the rising number of deaths of babies and infants.

“We are very happy that the Government has made such a big step in this direction,” said Ilse Niewyskie, the director of the Women’s Protection Council in Poland.

“But there is still much more to do,” she said.

The government has also said that its aim is to increase the number of maternity and neonatal care workers.

Currently, the country only has around 50 nurses in maternity care.

As the number increases, the number is expected to double in the coming years.

The country is expected by 2020 to have between 1,600 and 1,800 workers in its maternity care workforce, according to the government.

The aim is also to increase maternity care to a level similar to other European countries, such as the UK and Germany.

This would require a major increase in funding.

According to the National Institute for Health and Welfare, the average pay for a maternity care worker in Poland is only around $8,000 a year, which amounts to a salary of $1,500 a month.

This means that in order to meet the growing number of new mothers in the workforce, the government will need to increase pay by another $400 a month by 2020.

Niewskie believes that the government should be doing more to improve maternity care services in the first place.

“The system needs a lot of reforms, but also a lot more attention from the government,” she told Polygon.

“There is a huge need for better care.

The whole system needs to change.”

A new system has been introduced in the past, and it’s now expected to be in place for a number of years to come.

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