Poland reports 91 new coronavirus cases on Monday, no deaths

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Poland recorded 91 new confirmed coronavirus cases and no deaths over the past 24 hours to Monday morning, against 91 cases reported on Sunday, data released by the Health Ministry shows.

The healthcare system is now handling 271 Covid-19 hospitalisations, down from 277 recorded the day prior, including 38 patients on ventilators, against the total of 595 ventilators available, the Health Ministry said on Twitter.

The Health Ministry also reported that 76,407 people are under quarantine. So far, 2,653,900 people have recovered.

In all, Poland has already distributed 34,463,736 doses of Covid-19 vaccines, with 17,498,174 people having been fully vaccinated, according to data posted on the official government website, gov.pl.