The Ministry of Health announced, via Twitter, that 39,245 people have died in Poland since the start of vaccination with the second dose. The death toll in fully vaccinated subjects 14 days after the full dose was 646.
“Deaths of people infected with coronavirus 14 days after full vaccination amounted to 1.64% of all reported deaths of people with COVID-19. The deaths are not related to vaccination.”
Since the start of vaccination with the second dose in Poland, SARS-CoV-2 has infected 1,395,608 people. There were 9,441 cases of infection among fully vaccinated people 14 days after the full dose.
The Ministry of Health indicates that “only 0.67 percent of those who were fully vaccinated contracted the disease.”
More than 18 million people in Poland have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with two doses of Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine, on government websites.
The number of all vaccinations against COVID-19 that have been administered in Poland has reached 35,281,208. 18,064,134 people were fully vaccinated.
In total, 46170,230 doses have been delivered to Poland so far. The number of doses delivered to points is 36,563,265.
Since December 27 last year, when vaccination against COVID-19 began in Poland, 161,555 doses have been used. 14,305 adverse events to the vaccine were reported.
Source: niezalezna.pl, pap
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