The Polish government will launch a new campaign encouraging people to get a second Covid-19 booster jab.
Poland has started to see a slowdown in the current coronavirus wave, a deputy health minister said on Monday.
Covid infections in Poland are on a sharp rise, the Polish health minister said on Thursday in Pulawy, southeastern Poland.
Poland recorded 19,577 confirmed coronavirus cases and 49 deaths between July 21-27, 2022 data released by the Health Ministry on Wednesday shows.
In two weeks' time the government will end the state of epidemic that it introduced on March 20, 2020 after the first coronavirus cases were confirmed in Poland, the health minister has told PAP.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, will not meet protesting healthcare workers because "it is not yet the moment” for him to get involved, the health minister has said.
Poland could see daily coronavirus infection numbers of up to 5,000 in late October, the health minister has warned.
If restrictions to stem the spread of Covid-19 are reintroduced in Poland, they will not apply to fully vaccinated people, the health minister said on Wednesday.
Poland's former health minister, Lukasz Szumowski, who stepped down after the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, is in hospital with COVID-19 symptoms, not even a month after he was first tested positive for coronavirus, media have reported.
Adam Niedzielski, named by the PM as the new Polish health minister, said on Friday that he wanted to base his actions on dialogue, openness and cooperation. He added that he would present a new coronavirus strategy for the autumn after he was appointed.