Professor Krzysztof Filipiak said on the ZET radio that “many mathematical models indicate that this peak of the fourth wave of the pandemic is now passing”. – Most of the mathematical models known to me say that around December 15 this wave should fall in Poland – said a cardiologist, internist and specialist in the field of internal diseases associated with the Medical University of Warsaw.
Prof. Krzysztof Filipiak: They provide more covid beds and this is what pandemic management is all about
Prof. On Monday, in the program “Guest of Radio ZET”, Filipiak referred to Norbert Maliszewski’s statements in “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna”. The head of the Government Analysis Center and the secretary of state at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister said, inter alia, that the appearance of the omicron may force the obligation to vaccinate.
– Mr. Maliszewski is from PR and does nothing else. They run it to test the reaction. It has nothing to do with the government’s plans – emphasized prof. Krzysztof Filipiak.
– The government has stopped dealing with the pandemic. He adopted the Swedish model. They watch who is going to die, this one will die. They’re getting more covid beds, and that’s pandemic management. There are no real pandemic control measures, the doctor noted.
Prof. Filipiak also said that children from six months to five years old can be vaccinated in the spring of 2022. He recalled that “a mother, by getting vaccinated during pregnancy, protects her child for at least six months.”
More on the epidemiological situation in Poland on the Gazeta.pl home page.
Coronavirus in Poland – as of December 6, 2021
According to data published on Monday by the Ministry of Health, 13,250 new coronavirus infections have been confirmed in the last 24 hours. 25 people died. There are currently 22,778 infected people in hospitals, 1,989 of whom are connected to a ventilator. There are 616,905 people in quarantine. 3,684,671 people have contracted the coronavirus since the outbreak of the epidemic. 85,700 COVID-19 patients have died.
New cases of infections come from the following provinces:
- Masovian Voivodeship (2116),
- Silesian (1638),
- Lower Silesia (1408),
- Lesser Poland (1290),
- Greater Poland (1029),
- Pomeranian (990),
- West Pomeranian Voivodeship (962),
- Łódź Province (722),
- Lubuskie Voivodeship (536),
- Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship (526),
- Opole (502),
- Podkarpackie Province (365),
- Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship (327),
- Świętokrzyskie (300),
- Lublin Voivodeship (285),
- Podlasie (148).
- 106 infections are data without specifying an address.
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