Poland: 35,777 covid patients diagnosed within 24 hours

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On Friday, 11 February, 35,777 people were diagnosed with the viral infection caused by the Covid-19 in Poland in the past 24 hours.

According to the status of active cases, out of the confirmed cases of covid-19, 732,696 people have still received treatment for the viral infection caused by the COVID-19 virus, and their status is still active.

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On the other hand, the number of active cases due to novel coronavirus has seen a decline as compared to the previous day as it stood at 753,545 on Thursday, February 10, 2022.

According to the death toll, a total of 290 people have lost their lives in Poland due to the viral infection caused by the novel coronavirus. Of the total deaths, 72 people have contracted the COVID-19 viral disease and reaming, 218 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 but are also suffering from concurrent illness.

With the emergence of new deaths, the number of deaths due to the viral infection due to the COVID-19 pandemic has risen to 107,757.

In addition, the Health Ministry said that a total of 503,515 people have been in self-isolation due to COVID-19. Moreover, since the epidemic outbreak in Poland, 4,507,729 people have been infected with the viral disease.

According to the vaccination status, a total of 52,531,873 people in Poland in the past 24 hours on Friday took the first vaccine against the viral infection of the novel coronavirus.

On the other hand, 21,953,194 people have been given the required number of shots and are fully immunized against the COVID-19 pandemic in Poland.

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The Polish government is taking favorable steps to restraint the spreading of coronavirus.

 

 

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