According to the agreement concluded between the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk and the Governor of Pomerania, the museum has provided four rooms for free use, located in the museum's hotel annex, to meet the needs of medical staff working in the area of the Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Fully equipped rooms with sanitary facilities and access to a separate and equipped kitchen were made available to the medical staff starting from November 3 this year.
The agreement was signed by the director of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk, Karol Nawrocki, PhD and the Governor of Pomerania Dariusz Drelich.
As doctor Karol Nawrocki says:
Museum of the Second World War's key mission is, among other things, to educate, conduct research projects, restore the memory of the heroes and victims of WWII. However, at present, in moments difficult for us all, we cannot be indifferent to those who need our support. Free rooms for medics, allocating a part of museum's car park for the operation of the The University Clinical Centre in Gdańsk's COVID-19 drive thru test point, or sharing protective masks and books to read with eighteen thousand residents of Gdańsk is our contribution at this difficult time.