Any deaf person who wants to get vaccinated against COVID-19 can use the help of a sign language interpreter – this is the case at the Józef Strus in Poznań. The facility is also open to helping foreigners.
Facilities for foreigners and deaf people. In the Józef Strus Hospital in Poznań, additional solutions have been introduced to help patients who come to this facility for vaccinations.
“In the hospital, vaccinations against COVID-19 take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (15-17) and on Saturdays (10: 30-14). During these dates, persons eligible for vaccinations can also register without On all the above-mentioned days of the week, a person who knows the Polish sign language and the sign language system will be available at the facility, “the Poznań City Hall reported.
In addition, citizens of Ukraine, Belarus and other foreigners can also get vaccinated in the hospital. Vaccinations against COVID-19 for foreigners legally residing in Poland are provided free of charge.
Where else can you get vaccinated?
In the hospital at ul. The Swiss can get vaccinated with the first and second doses of the Pfizer formulation and with the single-dose vaccine from Johnson & Johnson (this formulation will only be available there until November 17, however). Patients waiting for the third dose of the preparation can also use the facility’s services. It is available to all adults with at least 6 months of vaccination against COVID-19. The residents of Poznań can also get vaccinated on the premises of the Poznań International Fair on Tuesdays and Fridays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. A vaccine from Pfizer is available there.
On Sunday, the Ministry of Health released data that show that in Saturday, the coronavirus was detected in 12,493 people – this is Sunday’s worst result since April 11. 24 people died.
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