The map of coronavirus infections in Poland shows that over 200,000 cases have been confirmed in Mazovia, and more than 100,000 cases of SARS-CoV-2 in another seven provinces. Today, the number of hospital beds and ventilators used by COVID-19 patients has increased. The number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic has already exceeded 42,000. See the latest data from the Ministry of Health.
6310 – over 2,400 more than yesterday – new coronavirus infections were confirmed on Tuesday. The highest number of cases was detected in Masovia – 1028 infections, in Warmia and Mazury – 725 and in Pomerania – 515. In other regions, less than 500 cases were confirmed (detailed data on deaths are also presented in the table and graphs below).
247 people died patients with COVID-19.
1 648 962 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Poland since the beginning of the pandemic. Number of deaths among COVID-19 patients is 42 436. More than 200,000 SARS-CoV-2 infections have already been confirmed in Mazovia, over 100,000 in seven voivodships: in Silesia, Lower Silesia, Greater Poland, Lesser Poland, Pomerania, Kujawsko-Pomorskie and Łódź.
A report published on the government website shows that until Monday morning executed 2,759,436 vaccinations. The first dose of vaccine was administered 1 824 654 times, the second – 934 782. The last day was done 41 302 vaccinations.
Coronavirus in Poland. Infection map
According to a statement released on Tuesday by the Ministry of Health:
– 25 885 beds are intended for patients with COVID-19 (-360 compared to the previous day), – this 13 350 beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients (+482), – 2585 ventilators are intended for patients with COVID-19 (-22), – of which 1347 respirators are used (+11), – 161 407 people are in quarantine (+14 199), – 1,389,516 people recovered (+5143).
On January 26, the Ministry of Health stopped giving data on the number people under sanitary and epidemiological supervision. According to the ministry, these statistics “have not been an element of the epidemic in Poland for a long time”.
Coronavirus in Poland – how many infections?
The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in Poland was first confirmed on March 4, 2020. After 215 days, that is seven months – October 4 to be exact – the number of cases exceeded 100,000. Another 100,000 infections were confirmed after 17 days – October 21. Third 100,000 new infections were confirmed after eight days (it lasted from October 22 to 29). Another 100,000 infection was confirmed within five days (from October 30 to November 3). We reached the level of over 500,000 in four days (from 4 to 7 November). 600 thousand infections we have exceeded in another four days (November 11). We crossed 700,000 on November 15, also after four days. Another 100,000 infections were confirmed after five days – on November 20, the number of infections was exceeded 800 thousand. November 24 – after adding the missing 22,954 cases – this number exceeded 900,000. The ceiling of one million confirmed infections was surpassed on December 2after another eight days. We passed the next 100,000 cases on December 10, and more after another ten days (December 20).
On January 1, 2021, the number of confirmed infections in Poland exceeded 1.3 million. Another 100,000 cases were confirmed after nearly two weeks – on January 13, the number of infections exceeded 1.4 million. On January 29, the Ministry of Health announced that over 1.5 million cases have already been confirmed. Another 100,000 infections were confirmed after 16 days – on February 17 we exceeded 1.6 million cases.
The highest daily record of infections to date is 27,875 infections. It was recorded on November 7, 2020.
Restrictions until February 28
From February 1 three restrictions changed: – senior hours have been abolished;
– cultural institutions (museums and galleries) are open under the sanitary regime – 1 person per 15 square meters; – shops in shopping malls may be open in compliance with the sanitary regime.
From February 12 to February 26 opened:
– hotels for all guests while maintaining the sanitary regime (50% of available rooms, meals only served in rooms, at guests’ request). Hotel restaurants remain closed; – swimming pools, now no water parks – these will still be closed; – ski slopes and outdoor pitches and courts. This means the resumption of amateur outdoor sports; – casinos, provided that the casino will be able to accommodate no more than 1 person per 15 sq m of space available to customers, with a distance of at least 1.5 m, excluding service.
The restrictions that are still in force include:
– gyms remain closed;
– restaurants can provide take-out and delivery meals; – there is a warrant covering the nose and mouth; – may participate in meetings at most 5 people;
– in public transport 50 percent may be occupied the number of seats, or 30 percent. the number of all seats and standing places, while leaving at least 50 percent in the vehicle. unoccupied seats.
You can find them all on government websites current rules and restrictions introduced in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Main photo source: Leszek Szymański / PAP