The head of the Office of the Prime Minister, Michał Dworczyk, announced on Sunday at the conference that over 3 million vaccination dates had been booked and there were not free vaccines at the moment. He emphasized that - in accordance with the agreement negotiated by the European Commission with vaccine suppliers - Poland was entitled to the number of vaccines by the end of the first quarter, which would allow the vaccination of 3.1 million Poles.

"And today we already have booked terms, registered or in the process of vaccination, for over 3 million people," he said, adding that it meant that "at the moment we do not have spare vaccines available, no more vacancies."

The head of the Family and Social Policy ministry assured that although the current vaccine pool had been run out, it wuold be supplemented. 

"This pool is exhausted at the moment, but that doesn't mean it won't be replenished. It will be replenished in a moment," she said.

Maląg stressed that the government continued to encourage Poles for vaccination against COVID-19.