The daily noted that Poland has some 6,500 vaccination points. "This is a huge number… in most cases it is not a question of large halls, but small clinics, medical centres or doctor's offices," wrote Die Welt.
Poland, with a vaccination rate of 10.8 doses per 100 inhabitants, is outpacing many EU countries, including Spain and Germany, reports Die Welt’s Warsaw bureau.
The German daily noted that “it does not often happen that members of the European Commission find words of appreciation for Poland,” adding that, last week, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen pointed to Poland as a positive example of the vaccination campaign against Covid-19.
“Poland is also clearly ahead of Germany, but it is doing things in a different fashion than its western neighbour,” wrote the daily.
“Everything is controlled from Warsaw. The order of the vaccinations is also different than in most EU countries,” it added.
The daily noted that Poland has some 6,500 vaccination points. “This is a huge number… in most cases it is not a question of large halls, but small clinics, medical centres or doctor’s offices,” wrote Die Welt.
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