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Wednesday | April 14 | 2021

Poland to raise the upper age limit for people being given the AstraZeneca vaccine

Poland will raise the upper age limit for people being given the AstraZeneca vaccine to 69 and will take COVID-19 patients from Slovakia, Reuters reports.

The upper age limit for the AstraZeneca vaccine had previously been 65.

A number of European countries have set upper age limits for the AstraZeneca vaccine, mostly at 55 years old.

3,163,856 vaccine doses were administered in Poland by February 26, at a daily rate of 86,694. This means an average 8.33 doses per 100 people.

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