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Walenty Zajdel

It was bad, and it's even worse

MedExpress Team

Walenty Zajdel

Published Jan. 11, 2023 11:31

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In the previous flu season, only from January 12, 2022, pharmacies could apply for participation in the National Influenza Vaccination Program (NPS). Joining the NPS only in mid-January did not make much sense. The results confirmed it. Only about 8,500 vaccinations were performed in pharmacies, which was only 2 per mille of all flu vaccinations in Poland.
On January 10, 2023, a meeting of the Parliamentary Health Committee was held, which concerned the consideration of the government's draft act on clinical trials of medicinal products. Amendments have been tabled and adopted to allow pharmacists to prescribe flu vaccines. It is very good that pharmacists will receive a new authorization under a pharmaceutical prescription. It should be emphasized that obtaining a prescription for the influenza vaccine was not and still is not a problem because the First Contact Teleplatform operates within the Home Medical Care programme. This is the place where every adult Polish woman...

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