‘This time it was not possible to paint over the picture with ugly paints, as in the material on the VAT gap,’ wrote Tomasz Matynia, the Head of the Government Information Centre (CIR), on the Albicla. com website, presenting data from Our World in Data showing the state of vaccinations in the European Union.
On Wednesday, the Ministry of Health said that 2.832.659 vaccinations have been carried out in Poland so far – 1.876.880 with the first dose and 955.779 with the second. As of last December 27, when the first person was vaccinated, a total of 4342 doses were disposed of.
On Monday morning, at approx. 390 thousand Pfizer doses of the vaccine were delivered - informed the President of the Material Reserves Agency (ARM) Michał Kuczmierowski. Delivery of 150 000 Moderna’s vaccines is expected by the end of the week.
‘The company had previously announced that it would deliver 300.000 doses, but reduced that number by half,’ pointed out Kuczmierowski.
The President of ARM reminded that last week 250 thousand doses of AstraZeneca vaccine were delivered to Poland, with another shipment planned for next week. The exact number of vaccines has not been known yet. In turn, the Chief of the Chancellery of Prime Minister and the government's representative for the vaccination program, Michal Dworczyk said that analyses are being conducted on the possibility of obtaining other vaccines and additional than those that Poland obtains under the EU contract.
‘These things are very difficult. Today, everyone is trying to purchase such vaccines,’ he pointed out.
Source: Poland Daily, niezalezna.pl, pap.pl, tvn24.pl