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AstraZeneca jabs only for people aged up to 60 in Poland: official

02.02.2021 17:00
A vaccine made by AstraZeneca and Oxford University will be given only to people aged 60 or under in Poland, the official spearheading the government’s inoculation drive confirmed on Tuesday.
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Photo: EPA/JOE GIDDENS

Meanwhile, a drive to vaccinate Polish teachers will be accelerated, Michał Dworczyk, the prime minister's top aide, told reporters.

Dworczyk added that the first delivery of the AstraZeneca vaccine to Poland was expected next week. He said that was when teachers would likely start receiving shots.

Europe's medicines regulator on Friday approved AstraZeneca’s vaccine for people over the age of 18, the third vaccine to be cleared for use in the European Union.

But the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said there were not yet enough results for people over the age of 55 to determine how well the vaccine would work for this group.

Healthcare workers are the top priority group for inoculation in Poland, followed by nursing home residents, the elderly, people with chronic health conditions, teachers, police, and soldiers.

Poland on Tuesday reported 4,326 new coronavirus infections and 253 more deaths, bringing its total number of cases during the pandemic to 1,520,215 and fatalities to 37,476.

(pk)

Source: PAP/IAR