Anyone who suspects a COVID-19 infection can benefit from free diagnostics within the NFZ - contact a Primary Care Physician (POZ) by phone or fill in an online application form and make an appointment for a telemedicine consultation. Even if you are not insured with the NFZ, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people staying in Poland can take advantage of free healthcare in the public sector.

If you have a persistent fever (> 39◦C), shortness of breath, chest pain and/or petechiae on your skin,
contact Medicover Hotline at 500 900 999 or the emergency room at 112 or 999 immediately.


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