"We have at least the first two deaths from the new Omicron strain. They are two men who are 92 and 85 years old, respectively. They are also unvaccinated and had comorbidities. These people probably could have lived if they had been vaccinated," Andrusiewicz said.
It is noted that in a week in Poland, the incidence of Omicron has increased by 7-8%. Accordingly, there have been identified 193 cases of infection with this strain in the country.
Moreover, during the last day, 7,785 cases of Covid-19 infection were recorded in Poland. 19 patients who were infected with Covid-19 have died.
As we reported, an outbreak of Omicron coronavirus infections in the US is causing a breakdown in basic functions and services. First responders, hospitals, schools and government agencies have employed an all-hands-on-deck approach to keep the public safe, but they are worried how much longer they can keep it up.
Besides, an outbreak of the coronavirus strain Omicron has occurred in the Chinese city of Tianjin. Authorities have begun testing city residents for Covid-19.