"This is not new to me, a few months ago I was vaccinated against the flu, it is a standard procedure for me. (...) Today a slightly different scenario, because vaccinations (against flu) were always in the fall, but everything is routine and there is nothing special praise," told journalists on Tuesday after receiving the first dose of the vaccine, the commander of the 12th Szczecin Mechanized Division, major-gen. dr. Dariusz Parylak.
He added that several vaccination points were opened in the Szczecin garrison, and a dozen or so - in the provinces West Pomeranian and Pomeranian.
"I am not receiving any information at present that the number of points would be insufficient, we have rather insufficient vaccines, but patience is required here," said major-gen. Parylak.
Source: Poland Daily