Coronavirus in Poland, 12/25/2021. How many casualties are there today? Every day the Ministry of Health provides data on the coronavirus epidemic in Poland. We learn from them, among other things, how many new cases we have and how many patients have died from COVID-19. Every day in our country we record at least several thousand cases per day, which is confirmed by statistics. What is the situation on Saturday 25 December? Details here.
Coronavirus, 12/25/2021. How many casualties are there today? Ministry of Health report
Corona virus in PolandDecember 25, 2021 Ministry of Health report. How many casualties are there today? We ask ourselves this question every day. Every day at 10:30 the Ministry of Health presents the latest information about the coronavirus epidemic in Poland.
Information about a new variant called Omikron is disturbing. The first cases were confirmed in several European countries. Unfortunately, several cases of the Omikron variant have already been reported in Poland. The first is in Silesia. The second sample was also arranged in the Silesian Voivodeship, in the laboratory of Gyncentrum in Sosnowiec. The second infected with Omicron is a 3-year-old girl from Warsaw. The first 30-year-old Lesotho citizen to be infected in Poland with the Omikron variant will leave isolation in Mysovice on Wednesday, December 22. The woman felt content throughout the period of seclusion.
How many injured today, December 25?
– We have 10,788 new and confirmed cases of coronavirus From the following counties: Mazowieckie (1542), ląskie (1344), Wielkopolskie (1215), Dolnośląskie (1130), Małopolskie (914), Łódzkie (673), Zachodniopomorskie (670), Pomeranian (603) ), Podkarpackie (394), Opole (385), Warmian-Masurian (363), Lublin (302), Świętokrzyskie (299), Lubuskie (294), Podlasie (120) – We read on Twitter.
62 people died from COVID-19, while 207 people died due to coexistence of COVID-19 with other diseases.
The number of people infected with Corona virus 4043585/94 311 (All positive cases / including the deceased).
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