Poland will have 20 million vaccinations against Covid-19 administered by the end of June, the government commissioner for the national vaccination programme has declared.
The Polish prime minister's chief of staff told a Friday press conference that Poland has one of the lowest rates in Europe for disposing of Covid-19 vaccinations, at about one in a thousand.
Poland's prime minister said on Thursday that he will again press the European Commission for a substantial supply of vaccines for Poland.
There will be no free choice of coronavirus vaccine, all currently available are equally effective, a top government official said on Thursday.
Close to one million Pfizer vaccines will arrive in Poland sooner than in the previously planned autumn, the government's commissioner for the vaccination programme has said.
The official in charge of Poland’s vaccination programme stands by the AstraZeneca vaccine, saying that “we should not make any hasty decisions” about its use.
The Polish government plans to carry out 20 million Covid-19 vaccinations by the end of Q2, a significant boost from the current number of inoculations standing at 6 million, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said.
The official in charge of Poland’s national vaccination programme has said that the country has a sufficient number of vaccine contracts, and that there is a chance to vaccinate all Poles who want a jab by the end of the third quarter.
Poland has reformed its central registration system for coronavirus vaccination points and increased the number of vaccine doses per point, the government vaccination commissioner has said.
Vaccination and adherence to restrictions and safety rules are the best way to avoid a black scenario during the current third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, Poland's health minister said on Saturday.