In Poland, people aged 75 and more do not have to pay for their own medication anymore, thanks to a law featured among the election pledges of the ruling party.
Poland passed a law regarding free access to medication for people aged 75 and more. it was part of the election pledges of the national-conservative ruling party which came to power last year, along with family allowances of one hundred euros per month and per child.
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