On Monday morning, a transport of 300,000 vaccines against COVID-19 reached Poland. As announced by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, their distribution to hospitals is to begin on Monday.

A government spokesman said on Polsat News that Monday's vaccine transport will allow the vaccination process of the so-called group zero to continue.

He said the government was ready to admit more vaccines.

He added that the registration for vaccinations for group I (teachers and seniors) is to start on January 15.

When asked when the implementation of the announced mobile vaccination points would start in each commune, he replied that it would be the turn of January and February.

By the end of January, 1.5 million doses of the vaccine should be delivered to Poland.