A supply of AstraZeneca vaccines, planned to arrive in Poland on Thursday, has been cancelled by the producer, the Material Reserves Agency (ARM) has reported.
Poland plans to organise more than 6,000 Covid-19 vaccination points across the country, according to PAP information.
Another delivery of 360,000 doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines should arrive in Poland on Monday, followed by the first delivery of 29,000 doses of Moderna vaccines on Tuesday, the president of the Material Reserve Agency (ARM) told PAP on Sunday.
Poland has sent to Iraq blankets, operating aprons, towels and sheets as part of an aid operation, the Polish Foreign Ministry wrote in a Wednesday press release.
Poland will use up the first batch of 300,000 Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccines by Monday, but a second identical batch is expected to arrive in the country on the same day, the head of a state reserve agency has told PAP.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki on Monday declared that "security, mass-scale availability, domestic production wherever possible, and efficiency are our logistics models in the fight against the coronavirus."