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From midnight, Poles over 18 can sign up for COVID-19 jabs

14.01.2021 14:16
On January 15, a special government web page called “Szczepimy się” (Let’s get vaccinated) will allow all those over 18 to put their names on a waiting list for a COVID-19 jab.
A COVID -19 vaccination point in Katowice, southern Poland.
A COVID -19 vaccination point in Katowice, southern Poland.Photo: PAP/Andrzej Grygiel

Outlining the procedures at a press conference on Wednesday, the prime minister’s top aide, Michał Dworczyk, said that from January 15 people above 80 will be able to book a specific time and place to receive a jab, while seniors aged over 70 will be able to do so as of January 22.

There will be three ways of registering for a vaccination, Dworczyk said: through a 989 helpline, via the internet and at vaccination points.