Poland's Ministry of Health published new Covid-19 vaccination guidelines on Tuesday shortening the interval between first and second doses of the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines.
Poland has crossed the 6 million mark in two-shot vaccinations against the Covid-19 disease, a government official informed on Thursday.
Over 15 million Poles have received vaccinations against Covid-19, according to the government's commissioner for the national vaccination programme.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Thursday that it will be possible to say “goodbye to the epidemic once and for all” as vaccine supplies increase and more people get vaccinated.
The current pace of the vaccination process gives Poland a chance to complete the vaccination of all those willing to take a jab in July, the prime minister said on Wednesday.
Poland has carried out over 10 million vaccinations against Covid-19, the government commissioner for the national vaccination programme has said.
Michał Dworczyk has said that by May 10 every adult Pole will have received an e-referral for a Covid-19 jab.
Poland could achieve herd immunity in a couple of months thanks to good supplies of Covid vaccines, the prime minister said on Friday.
Pfizer has announced that it will start delivering more doses of its vaccine to EU countries starting from April 26, Mateusz Morawiecki has said.
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.
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