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Saturday, December 19, 2020

Vaccinations for COVID-19 may start next week

 Government spokesman Piotr Müller confirmed that the vaccinations are scheduled for the week of December 27-28, but - as he pointed out - it depends on the delivery of vaccines. - The number of applicants is already big enough to start vaccinations as soon as the first deliveries are made - said Müller.

On Monday, the European Medicines Agency will review Pfizer's vaccine. If the vaccine is approved for use in the EU and if the company's declarations are met, then based on EU declarations all EU countries will be able to start vaccination on December 27.

Asked if the government knows how many vaccines in the first shipment will be delivered to Poland, the spokesman replied that he did not know exactly, but estimated that it was "tens of thousands or more". He also noted that this is a proportional number for the country and depends on the distributor.