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The Poland Ministry of Health reported Friday in response to the increased crossing of borders by people of Ukrainian nationality, in connection with the armed conflict on the territory of Ukraine, from February 25, 2022, the Minister of Health introduced the possibility of vaccinating foreigners of Ukrainian nationality under the National Vaccination Program against COVID-19.

The condition for acquiring the right to vaccination is possession of a document confirming your identity.

The recommended vaccine is Vaccine Janssen J&J (single dose vaccine) for people over 18 years of age. In the recommended vaccination schedules, it is also possible to use other preparations available under the National Vaccine Program against COVID-19.

mRNA vaccines should be used for persons under 18 who are eligible for vaccination (children and adolescents).

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