In 19 countries in the European Union, more than half of citizens have already attended for COVID-19 vaccinations. Poland is not one of these countries. Although we do not deviate from the EU average in terms of the percentage of people fully vaccinated, the low number of people waiting for the second dose suggests that the rest of Poles are in no hurry to get vaccinated.
Monday 19th June is England Day Almost all restrictions lifted It was presented in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no longer, among other things, hiding the face in almost all situations, including in shops and on public transport. There is only a recommendation to wear masks in crowded public places. In England, there are no longer restrictions on participants in weddings and funerals. It is also not required that customers in bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters or other places check-in using the application or leave their contact details.
Why did England choose to do this? 87 percent of adults in the UK have taken one dose of the vaccine, and more than 68 percent. They were fully vaccinated – informed the editorial office on July 18 BBC News. However, of the total population of Great Britain, 53 per cent. Take all required doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, 15.2 percent. Only one dose at the moment (data from July 17th to Our world in data).
If you compare Great Britain with the countries of the European Union, only Malta and Hungary have a higher proportion of fully immunized populations. We examined the situation in Poland against the background of the European Union.
In the UK, nearly 36 million people have been fully vaccinated Video: tvn24
The 20th place for Poland in terms of the proportion of vaccinated
According to the gate Our world in data Led by researchers at Oxford University, a person is considered partially vaccinated if they have received only one dose of the two-dose immunization protocol. The fully vaccinated person received the single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) or both doses of the two-dose vaccine. Our World in Data provides data for countries reporting first and second dosing – it includes all EU countries.
info from July 18 It turns out that Poland, in terms of the proportion of vaccination against COVID-19, closes the second tenth of the European Union. Only 43 percent. (Rounded data, more precise are available in the interactive graph) Poles have already taken all required doses of the vaccine. and another 4 percent. One of the two is required.
Malta has the highest vaccination rate: 81 percent. The population had already taken all required doses, 5.9 percent. One of them was vaccinated. The next countries in terms of the proportion of people vaccinated are the Netherlands, Denmark and Belgium. Of course, all these countries do not have as large a population as Poland, Germany or France.
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Seven countries in the European Union deal with citizens’ vaccinations worse than Poland – the total percentage of complete vaccinations and those after the first dose is lower there than in Poland. These are: Estonia (all required doses were taken by 35% of the population there), Slovenia (37%), Slovakia (34%), Croatia (32%), Latvia (34%) percent), Romania (25 %) and Bulgaria (13%).
In 19 countries of the European Union, more than half of the population has applied for vaccination
When it comes to the proportion of people fully vaccinated, Hungary is second only to Malta – 55 percent, and Spain – in third place – 50 percent.
In 18 countries of the European Union, vaccination is carried out in all required doses at a rate of at least 40%. citizens. In this regard, Poland in Fifteenth place. However, what is worrying – compared to other countries – is the small percentage of people in our country who have so far received only the first vaccination, because it indicates that the rest of the Poles are less prepared for vaccination.
Thousands of people fail to report the second dose of the vaccine. “The differences are huge when it comes to the first and second dose” Video: tvn24
More than half of the EU population has received a COVID-19 vaccine – 55.72 percent. All required doses were taken at exactly 42.65 percent. And one of the two is required – 13.07 per cent.
19 EU countries have vaccinated more than 50% with at least one dose. its inhabitants. Poland is not yet one of these countries – so far less than 47 percent in Poland have been vaccinated. population.
author: Gabriella Sischowska
Source: cokeret 24; Photo: Fernando Villar/EPA/PAP