Poland has one of the lowest rates of wasted vaccines in the world, a senior government official has claimed.
The head of the country’s vaccination programme has warned that a reduction in the supplies of the Pfizer vaccine could hit the campaign to vaccinate medical staff.
The Polish government has been analysing the purchase of coronavirus vaccines from outside the EU collective system because vaccine shortages are slowing down the inoculation of vulnerable groups.
The latest delivery of Covid-19 vaccines is around half the amount expected, the government’s commissioner for the country's vaccination strategy has said.
Poland is suspending the transport to nodal hospitals of 330,000 vaccines for medical staff, designated as the "zero group," until Pfizer provides a new delivery schedule, the government’s commissioner for the country's vaccination strategy said on Saturday.
Poland expects lower-than-expected supplies of Covid-19 vaccines from the US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer in the coming weeks, the government’s commissioner for the country's vaccination strategy said on Friday.
The number of Poles willing to get inoculated against Covid-19 is on the rise, a recent poll has found.
Almost 338,000 people had been vaccinated by Wednesday afternoon, the head of the PM's Office has announced.
The Polish government is preparing a compensation fund that will offer payments to people vaccinated against the coronavirus who suffer a serious negative reaction to the jab, the health minister has announced.
Poland has received a total of 1,051,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccine, and 456,000 doses have arrived at hospitals which are part of the distribution network, the government's commissioner for the vaccination programme said on Monday.