Today, again over 500 deaths. Among vaccinated and unvaccinated, the same number of positive test results, but …



Number of infected: 64
Number of infected per 10 thousand inhabitants: 4.85
Number of deaths: 1:

– comorbidities with COVID-19: 1
– only because of COVID: 0

Number of people quarantined 2598

Number of tests performed: 241

Number of positive tests: 74


Number of new infections: 2,255
Number of deaths: 51
– comorbidities with COVID-19: 27
– only because of COVID: 24
Number of people in quarantine: 63,321

Number of tests performed: 8191
– including with a positive result: 2 413


We have 25 576 new and confirmed cases of #coronavirus infection from the following provinces:

– Masovian Voivodeship (4270),

– Silesian (3361),

– Greater Poland (2308),

– Lesser Poland (2255),

– Lower Silesia (2070),

– Kuyavian-Pomeranian (1490),

– Łódź Province (1417),

– Pomeranian (1407),

– West Pomeranian Voivodeship (1393),

– Lublin Province (1033),

– Podkarpackie Voivodeship (907),

– Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship (899),

– Opole (833),

– Lubuskie (660),

– Świętokrzyskie (639),

– Podlasie Province (469).

165 infections are data without specifying an address, which will be supplemented by the sanitary inspection.
135 people died due to # COVID19, while 367 people died due to the coexistence of COVID-19 with other diseases.

Number of people infected with coronavirus 3,649,027 / 85,630 (all positive / including deceased persons). Due to ongoing corrections by laboratories in the EWP system, the global number of infections and deaths since the start of the pandemic may not be the sum of the consecutive daily infections or deaths.


43.5 percent of the respondents believe that vaccination against COVID-19 should be mandatory in Poland; 40.8 percent are of the opposite opinion. respondents – according to the SW Research survey published on Saturday for the portal.

The participants of the SW Research poll for were asked whether – in their opinion – “vaccination against COVID-19 should be mandatory in Poland”. 43.5 percent answered the question “yes”. respondents. The answer “no” was given by 40.8 percent. subjects. 15.7 percent has no opinion on this matter.

“The percentage of respondents supporting compulsory vaccinations increases with age (32 percent among the youngest, 52 percent among the oldest). Compulsory vaccination is supported more often than by every second person (51 percent) with incomes exceeding PLN 5,000 and over half (53 percent). ) inhabitants of the largest cities – comments Przemysław Wesołowski, the president of the board of SW Research, quoted by the portal.

The survey was conducted among users of the SW Panel on-line panel on November 30 – December 1, 2021. The analysis covered a group of 800 Internet users over 18 years of age. The sample was selected on a random-quota basis. The structure of the sample was corrected using an analytical weight so that it corresponds to the structure of Poles over 18 in terms of key characteristics related to the subject of the study. When constructing the weight, socio-demographic variables were taken into account.


In Russia, in October this year. there were almost 75 thousand. deaths related to Covid-19; This is the worst month in this respect in this country since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, the statistical service Rosstat reported.

According to her, 74,893 people infected with the coronavirus died in October in Russia. The total death toll of the pandemic in Russia at the end of October was over 520,000. According to the Rosstat report, Russia, with 145 million inhabitants, ranks third in the world – after the United States and Brazil – in terms of mortality from SARS-CoV-2 infections.

Rosstat emphasizes that official government figures in Russia give different numbers, and according to them, 278,857 people infected with the coronavirus have died so far. The specialist portal Gogow reported that only 39.9 percent. Russian public is fully vaccinated due to a general distrust of the government’s vaccination campaign with several home-made vaccines, including Sputnik V. On Friday, 32,930 new infections were found in Russia and 1,217 deaths from Covid-19 on Friday.


According to the latest data from the Netherlands and Belgium, among the elderly vaccinated against the coronavirus, there are almost as many positive test results for the coronavirus as those who did not take the Covid-19 preparation, but 91% of the vaccine. protect against hospitalization and in 96 percent. before referral to the intensive care unit.

The Belgian research institute Sciensano said on Friday that vaccinated people over the age of 65 are only 13 percent. less likely to test positive for coronavirus than unvaccinated people of the same age.

Similar results were reported by the Dutch National Institute of Public Health (RIVM). The institute conducted research among people over the age of 75.

“Vaccines in the elderly are only 13 to 19 percent effective,” said epidemiologist Brechje de Gier (RIVM), quoted in the daily De Volkskrant.

Both institutions admit, however, that taking the preparation against Covid-19 effectively protects against the disease itself. According to the thoroughly analyzed data of RIVM, 91% of vaccines. protect against hospitalization and 96 percent. before admission to the intensive care unit. Sciensano paints a similar picture in Belgium – 88 percent (hospital) and 93 percent (ICU).

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