Vaccination in Spain: 4% of the population has already received at least one dose. Since December 27, communities have administered more than three million doses.
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A 4% of the population Spanish -1.9 million people have already received at least one dose of the vaccine against the coronavirus. Until this Monday, in Spain 3,090,351 doses of the Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca / Oxford vaccines have been administered against COVID-19 . There are 154,340 more doses than on Friday, the date of the last Health report.
The forecast that the Executive manages is to reach the summer with 70% of the Spanish population immunized, an immunization that the body reaches days after receiving the second dose of the vaccine. It was December 27 the day on which vaccinations began symbolically in Spain and in most of the European Union. Meanwhile, in the rest of the world, the rhythm changes according to the countries.
2.53% of the Spanish population have the second dose
So far, nearly 1.2 million people have received the two doses necessary to have the full regimen. In total there are 26,035 more people than on Friday . This represents 39.9% of the total doses administered since the beginning.
Eight communities – Asturias, Castilla y León, Extremadura, Cantabria, Aragon, Murcia, Castilla-La Mancha and Navarra – have at least 3% of their population fully vaccinated. And only the Balearic Islands, Ceuta and Melilla are below 2%.
Asturias , which from the beginning excelled in its vaccination rate, is the community with the highest ratio of population vaccinated with the two doses . Together with Castilla y León they are the only two regions that are close to having administered 10,000 doses per 100,000 inhabitants. They are followed by Extremadura, Cantabria and Aragón.