The police said that this was an attack not only on the vaccination station, but also “on the Polish state.”
In Polish Zamoć, an epidemiological station and a vaccination station were set on fire.
First, the fire broke out in a mobile vaccination station, and then in the building of the sanitary-epidemiological station. The intruder broke the glass in the basement and set fire to the interior. Nobody was hurt as a result of the incident.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki called the arson “a bandit act.” Health Minister Adam Nidzielski announced that those who help find the culprit of the arson attack in Zamoć will receive 10,000 zlotys.
This is not the first such case in Poland. Last week, anti-vaccinators set fire to the vaccination center in Grodzisk Mazowiecki. People with the logo of the Polish Yellow Vests organization, which positions itself as those who are fighting for freedom and resisting the “lawlessness of the government and the police”, wanted to enter the territory of the settlement. On social media profiles, members of the organization publish information against COVID-19 vaccination.