Nearly 38.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccinations were administered in Poland, resulting in 15,700 incidents of adverse reactions, the majority of which were moderate, according to data published on government websites.
An unfavorable reaction to vaccination is a decline in health that occurs within a certain time frame after the injection. Mild, significant, or severe reactions are possible.
Other responses reported include headache, fainting, shortness of breath, fever, and dizziness, in addition to moderate redness and short-term discomfort at the injection site.
In terms of precise figures, a total of 38,439,839 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered in Poland since December 27, last year, when the programme began. A total of 15,769 adverse reactions have been reported.
A total of 19,774,453 persons have been fully vaccinated, either with two doses of Pfizer / BioNTech, Moderna, and AstraZeneca preparations or with a single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
In all, 67,462,960 pills were shipped to Poland, with 40,677,010 reaching vaccination stations.