In the podcast devoted to the subject of religious freedom in the context of patient rights, Fr. Maciej Ziębiec, who served for several months as a chaplain at the covid hospital at the national stadium in Warsaw, talks about the positive experience of his service among sick people. He considers why the use of the sacraments and religious life itself are important to people in the hospital. He also talks about the importance of the presence of religious symbols in hospital rooms. He touches upon the issues of multi-faith pastoral ministry, manifestations of ecumenism and interreligious dialogue. Due to his experience in working with patients in recent months, he focuses on the limitations of pastoral service in hospitals during a pandemic in the context of new forms of care for the sick. A the end, he explains the essence of the presence of places of worship in hospitals as the implementation of the right to religious freedom.