First universal COVID-19 vaccination point to be launched on April 19

The first universal vaccination point and 16 pilot points will start operating from April 19, Michał Dworczyk, the head of the PM’s Office and the government's plenipotentiary for the National Vaccination Programme, announced on Tuesday.

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He also announced that the next points, in the number of “several hundred,” will be launched in the coming weeks.

“They will be opened when there are enough vaccines in Poland to supply these newly created points,” Mr Dworczyk stated.

He noted that the 6,500 vaccination centers which are currently operating, will continue to do so.

According to the minister, there are already several places in Poland which have “the potential” to

On Tuesday, the Health Ministry announced 13,227 new confirmed COVID-19 infections in Poland, increasing the total number of cases recorded in the country to 2,599,850 including 321,069 still active.

A total of 7,784,384 people in the country have been vaccinated so far, including 5,670,769 who have received one dose and 2,113,615 who have been inoculated twice.