How many coronavirus vaccines have been given in Spain? Data by autonomous communities
The vaccination campaign against Covid-19 in our country began on December 27. Araceli, an elderly woman from a public nursing home in Guadalajara, and Mónica, a nursing assistant, were the first to receive the dose. Answering the question of how many coronavirus vaccines have been given in Spain from then until today, in percentage terms the figure stands at 2%, with huge differences between some autonomous communities and others.
While Melilla It has already administered 91.1% of the vaccines it has received, the Basque Country has only administered 41.2% of the doses. The Community of Madrid is also at the bottom of the ranking, with 41.6% of received vaccines administered.
The vaccination rate is much slower than expected. As stated at the time by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, the initial plan of the Government stated that by the summer 70% of the Spanish population would be vaccinated against Covid-19. However, if we continue at the current rate, this objective would not be met until in more than six years, in late 2027.
Percentage of vaccines administered by autonomous communities
In Spain they have already been administered 768,950 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine against coronavirus, 67.5% of those distributed in the autonomous communities.
On how many coronavirus vaccines have been given in SpainThis is the vaccination ranking today by autonomous communities, based on the doses received and administered.
- Melilla: 91%
- Valencian Community: 85.2%
- Asturias: 79.4%
- Ceuta: 78.1%
- Galicia: 76%
- Castile and León: 73.2%
- Cantabria: 70.2%
- La Rioja: 59.6%
- Canary Islands: 59%
- Andalusia: 57.1%
- Aragon: 57%
- Catalonia: 56.8%
- Balearic Islands: 56.2%
- Castilla La Mancha: 55.9%
- Murcia: 55%
- Extremadura: 53.4%
- Navarra: 45.7%
- Madrid: 41.6%
- Basque Country: 41.2%
In relation to the rest of European countries, Spain is in a medium-high position. 1.45% of the population has been vaccinated, while Italy has done so with 1.61%, Germany with 1.01% and France with 0.49%.
Communities that have received the most vaccines
Andalusia It is the autonomous community that has received the most doses of anti-Covid vaccine, a total of 216,000. The Board has already administered 57.1% of them. The second region by number of vaccines received is Catalonia (185,000 doses). The third place in the ranking is occupied by the Madrid Community (152,000 doses).
The following population groups that will receive the vaccine
The technicians from the Ministry of Health and the autonomous communities have already begun to consider which population group will receive the coronavirus vaccine once the immunization of the four priority groups is completed.
The regions are gradually completing the administration of doses in nursing homes and first-line health workers, in primary care centers and in hospitals. Now the next step is to supply the anti-Covid vaccine to large dependents in residences.
Official sources indicate that the government’s plan will consist of subdividing the population into age bands to establish the vaccination order. It seems that in the meeting of the Interterritorial Council a decision will be made on this Wednesday about who will be the next to be vaccinated after the priority groups.
Some communities like Aragon who will begin to vaccinate those over 80 who live at home in February, and the Ministry of Health has already given its approval.
Pfizer reduces vaccine shipments to Europe
This Friday the pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced that it will temporarily reduce shipments of vaccines to Spain from this week due to a series of readjustments in your internal organization to adapt to the increase in production planned for 2021. In the case of Spain, the American laboratory Moderna has so far delivered 35,7000 doses.