Coronavirus in Poland – infection map, how many vaccinations? How many new cases have been detected? September 13, 2022

On Tuesday, the website informed about 7,876 new, confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infections. According to the data, 28 patients with COVID-19 died last day. See the latest, updated epidemic reports and the infection map.

On April 15, the Ministry of Health announced that will inform you about new infections coronavirus once a week – on Wednesdays. Daily data, however, appear on the government website


On Tuesday it was informed about 7876 new infections. In this number it was recorded 1,696 reinfections.

In the report published on the website, it was stated that 28 patients with COVID-19 died last day.

By 7876 confirmed infections were reported to be carried out 20 350 SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus tests.

To today’s data, he referred to the rest health ministry Adam Niedzielski, who explained in a Twitter entry that the increase from the last 24 hours “was the result of returning to social activity after summer holidays, including to schools”. He added that these increases could “hold” “for a while.” He denied that this could be a new wave of infections and said hospitalization levels for people with COVID-19 remained “low”.

Detailed information on infections and deaths in individual provinces is published below – in the table.

From the beginning of the epidemic in Poland, the authorities confirmed 6 221 132 infections. It died due to COVID-19 117 280 people.

Weekly report of the Ministry of Health

On Wednesday, September 7, presenting its weekly report, the Ministry of Health announced that in the period from 1 to 7 September research confirmed 21,337 infectionsincluding 3,905 readers. A week earlier, the ministry said that in the period from 25 to 31 August, tests confirmed 21,927 infections, including 3,912 recurrences.

The ministry reported that infections confirmed in the last week were detected in people from the following voivodeships: Mazowieckie (2535), Śląskie (1701), Małopolskie (1386), Wielkopolskie (1323), Lubelskie (1252), Dolnośląskie (1111), Podkarpackie (977) , Łódzkie (965), Kuyavian-Pomeranian (822), Pomeranian (700), Podlasie (668), Świętokrzyskie (649), Warmian-Masurian (586), West Pomeranian (561), Lubuskie (387) and Opole (386).

5328 infections are data without specifying an address, which are to be completed by the sanitary inspection.

The ministry said that 45 patients died from COVID-19, and 56 people died due to the coexistence of COVID-19 with other diseases.

The ministry also announced that as of September 6, there were 2,102 COVID-19 patients in hospitals. A week earlier, there were 2,507 of them.

The Ministry of Health also said that more than 67,500 tests for the presence of coronavirus were performed during the week.

Prof. Robert Flisiak on new SARS-CoV-2 infectionsTVN24

Coronavirus in Poland. How many vaccinations have been taken?

According to data published on the government’s vaccination site, it was announced by Tuesday 56 333 910 doses different vaccines. The first dose was 22,775,810 vaccinations. It is fully vaccinated 22 552 115 people – vaccinated with a single-dose preparation of Johnson & Johnson or two doses of AstraZeneca, Moderna or Pfizer / BioNTech vaccines.

According to the information provided on the government website, until Tuesday they were given in aggregate 13 627 602 booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines. This is the sum of injections in people who completed the primary vaccination course at least 180 days earlier, counting from the date of the last dose. This is the third dose for people who have received the preparation from Pfizer / BioNTech or Moderna, or the second for people who have taken the preparation from Johnson & Johnson.

Vaccinations against COVID-19 – the most important information

On September 13, the Ministry of Health announced that it had been carried out 202 426 vaccination with the third booster dose. These are people from the age of 12 who have immunity disorders and have already been fully vaccinated with Pfizer / BioNTech, Moderny or AstraZeneki.

You can find them all on government websites current rules introduced in connection with the COVID-19 epidemic.

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