Coronavirus in Poland today. Report of the Ministry of Health, January 1, 2022

Coronavirus in Poland today. Report of the Ministry of Health, January 1, 2022
Coronavirus in Poland today. Report of the Ministry of Health, January 1, 2022

We have 12,032 new and confirmed cases of coronavirus infection from the following provinces: Mazowieckie (1718), Lesser Poland (1276), Silesia (1218), Greater Poland (1121), Dolnośląskie (1109), Pomeranian (776), Łódzkie (746), West Pomeranian (720), Kuyavian-Pomeranian (562), Subcarpathian (536) ), Lublin (478), Warmian-Masurian (411), Opole (405), Świętokrzyskie (381), Lubuskie (316), Podlasie (160).

99 infections are data without specifying an address, which will be supplemented by the sanitary inspection.

It died due to COVID-19 179 people, but died due to the coexistence of COVID-19 with other diseases 326 people. The number of people infected with the coronavirus 4 120 248/97 559 (all positive cases / including deceased persons).

Coronavirus in Poland

Infections and deaths. Daily data

She was vaccinated within 24 hours 19 291 people. Total performed 46 987 401 injection. It is fully vaccinated 21 046 400 Poles.

There is in hospitals 19 408 COVID-19 patients, incl 1897 patients connected to ventilators, the Ministry of Health reported on Friday.

For COVID-19 patients 31,625 beds and 2,855 ventilators were prepared in hospitals.

During the day, over 78.9 thousand. coronavirus tests.

The ministry said it was in quarantine 193 405 people. The Ministry of Health also informed that 3,645,692 infected have recovered so far.

A week ago, on December 25, hospitals hosted 20,916 COVID-19 patients, including 2,046 ventilator-connected patients. There were 31,795 places prepared.

Research conducted by American and Japanese scientists showed that U.mice and hamsters infected with the Omikron coronavirus variant suffered less damage to bronchial cells than infections caused by the Delta variant. Researchers also observed that an Omicron infection in mice resulted in less weight loss and a viral load in the upper and lower respiratory tract than Delta infection.

The authors of the study whose the results are yet to be peer reviewed, emphasize that its results are limited because mice and hamsters were used in the experiments. To confirm them, additional data is needed – they supplemented. You will find more on this topic here.

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