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    Over 400,000 vaccinated people in Poland

    On Thursday, we exceeded 400,000 vaccinated people in Poland, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, Michał Dworczyk informed. In total, more than 250,000 people will be vaccinated this week, and over 330,000 next week, the vaccination plenipotentiary wrote on Twitter.


    Vaccination against COVID-19 has been taking place since December 27 last year, currently people from group zero, that is health care employees, are vaccinated.

    From January 15, seniors over 80 years of age will be able to register for vaccinations, and from January 22 – people over 70 years of age. Vaccination of these people, belonging to group one, will start on January 25. In addition, group one includes people over 60 years of age, residents of social welfare homes (to be vaccinated from January 18 to 22), of care and treatment facilities, nursing and care facilities and other places of stationary residence, uniformed services and teachers.


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