"At-risk groups" such as teachers, medics and police officers should receive mandatory Covid vaccinations, the health minister said on Friday.
On Saturday several hundred teachers staged a protest over low pay outside the Education Ministry building and on several nearby locations.
The Polish government is not saying 'no' to mandatory coronavirus vaccinations for medical staff, public administration employees and teachers, according to a deputy health minister.
Poland has vaccinated over 90 percent of the teachers who applied for the procedure, and they have received at least the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the education minister has said.
Eighty-one percent of Poland's teachers and education staff have received a Covid-19 vaccination to March 8, the deputy education minister has said.
A high percentage of teachers have signed up to be inoculated against Covid-19, the government’s commissioner for the national Covid vaccination programme has said.
Polish teachers over the age of 60 will be vaccinated, if sufficient vaccine doses are delivered, the education minister said on Monday.
Poland will test teachers from three regions hit hard by the virus in January as part of a coronavirus screening scheme, the health minister announced on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki took part in end of the school year ceremonies at a public primary school in Pionki, central Poland, during which he thanked students and teachers for their efforts during this 'atypical' school year.
The data collected by the European Union shows that Poland had the 4th lowest pupil to teacher ratio in the EU in 2017 with 10.7 pupils to each teacher.
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