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Poland to start vaccinating 1,000,000 people a week

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The government plans to start vaccinating one million people a week from April 12, the government’s commissioner for the vaccination programme has said.

Michal Dworczyk told reporters on Friday that the vaccination programme will be sped up in the coming weeks, and that new vaccination centres will be opened all over Poland.

“In the first week after Easter, namely between April 12 and 18, we will start vaccinating one million people against the coronavirus per week,” Dworczyk said.

“This means that there will be one million vaccinations a week. Of course, we are speaking about both the first and second doses,” he added.

Dworczyk expressed his hope that vaccine supplies to Poland will increase, and stated that as a result of this new vaccination centres will open, and new vaccination procedures introduced.

“We will be doing our best to ensure that all vaccination dates are fully used,” he stated.

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