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Poland starts working on new electromagnetic radiation norms

Friday 11 October 2019 | 16:37 CET | News
Poland's Ministry of Health has started work on new standards for electromagnetic radiation, reports Telepolis.pl. The country's so-called Mega Act on telecommunications will go into effect from 25 October. Under the new law, the Ministry of Health will set limits for electromagnetic field emissions, taking the task over from the Ministry of Environment.  

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