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Thousands line up for COVID-19 shots in Poland

02.05.2021 00:05
Thousands lined up for hours to be inoculated with the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in major cities across Poland on Saturday.
Queues outside a mobile vaccination unit in Warsaw on Saturday.
Queues outside a mobile vaccination unit in Warsaw on Saturday.Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański

Long lines formed after the government decided to use the national holiday weekend to set up temporary vaccination sites in Poland’s 16 main cities to speed up the inoculation campaign.

Due to huge demand, some of the mobile vaccination units ran out of vaccines on Saturday, prompting officials to promise additional supplies.

Queues in the northern city of Gdynia on Saturday. People line up in the northern city of GdyniaPhoto: PAP/Adam Warżawa
... and the eastern city of Lublin on Saturday. Crowds gather to get immunized in the eastern city of Lublin. Photo: PAP/Wojtek Jargiło

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said there is a chance that all Poles who want to be inoculated against COVID-19 will receive shots by the end of July.

"Today we have more and more vaccines," Morawiecki told reporters at the end of last month. "We want to be able to administer these vaccines through an ever-increasing number of channels."

Poland on Saturday reported 6,469 new coronavirus infections and 423 more deaths, bringing the country's total number of cases during the pandemic to 2,798,617 and fatalities to 67,924.


Source: PAP