Announcement regarding the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine

Please be informed that with reference to the announcement of the Ministry of Health concerning the applied immunisation schedules for vaccination against COVID-19, as of 17 May the period between doses of AstraZeneca product has been shortened. The second dose can be administered beginning from the 35th day (but no later than the 84th day) after the first dose. Persons who were vaccinated in the Municipal Hospital No 4 in Gliwice can take this opportunity of a shortened period.

Persons who were administered the first dose of AstraZeneca product may accelerate the next dose. In order to do so, they should fill in an appropriate application form available on the website of the Municipal Hospital No 4 in Gliwice.

When you choose a date for the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine you should make sure that the gap between the two doses is minimum 35 days. When indicating the preferred date, there is no guarantee that the vaccine will be administered at the prefered time.

Second AstraZeneca vaccination appointments are generated every Friday once vaccine supplies are confirmed. Information confirming the date for the vaccination appointment is texted to registered individuals.

When you receive a message, the date of the appointment needs to be verified. It is possible to correct it, if necessary, by writing to: szczepienia@szpital4.gliwice.pl or calling the following numbers: 508 801 692 and 508 801 524 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday.

In case of other products, such as Pfizer and Moderna, the date to administer a second dose to individuals who were vaccinated in Hospital No 4 in Gliwice (and in its vaccination centres, e.g. at the “Tafla” Ice Rink hall) remains unchanged.

Announcement regarding the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine
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Contact regarding epidemic safety:

Health and Safety Inspectorate
e-mail: RR3-IBHP@polsl.pl

COVID-19 Coordinator
Chairman of the Rector's Advisory Team for Crisis Management
Professor Bogusław Łazarz, Vice Rector for General Affairs
e-mail: ro@polsl.pl

BASIC SANITARY REGIME:
  • hand disinfection and thorough handwashing with soap and water,
  • keeping a social distance(minimum 1.5 m),
  • covering the nose and mouth in the presence of other individuals and while in generally accessible places,
  • limiting the number of people in classrooms to half or per the information displayed on the classroom entrance door
  • frequent ventilation of rooms,
  • frequent disinfection of touch surfaces (lifts, handrails, door handles, light switches, countertops, etc.), sanitary facilities,
  • measuring the temperature of individuals entering the University,
  • introducing one-way traffic in the buildings of the Silesian University of Technology,
  • ban on gatherings in corridors and passageways,
  • application of the current regulations of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS).
Contact regarding epidemic safety:

Health and Safety Inspectorate
e-mail: RR3-IBHP@polsl.pl

COVID-19 Coordinator
Chairman of the Rector's Advisory Team for Crisis Management
Professor Bogusław Łazarz, Vice Rector for General Affairs
e-mail: ro@polsl.pl

BASIC SANITARY REGIME::
  • hand disinfection and thorough handwashing with soap and water,
  • keeping a social distance(minimum 1.5 m),
  • covering the nose and mouth in the presence of other individuals and while in generally accessible places,
  • limiting the number of people in classrooms to half or per the information displayed on the classroom entrance door
  • frequent ventilation of rooms,
  • frequent disinfection of touch surfaces (lifts, handrails, door handles, light switches, countertops, etc.), sanitary facilities,
  • measuring the temperature of individuals entering the University,
  • introducing one-way traffic in the buildings of the Silesian University of Technology,
  • ban on gatherings in corridors and passageways,
  • application of the current regulations of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS).