Covid-19 vaccine rollout progress in Catalonia: graph updated daily
Doses began on December 27, 2020, with authorities aiming to administer it to 70% of the population by end of August
The Covid-19 vaccine rollout began on December 27, 2020, with a Pfizer-BioNTech dose given to 89-year-old care home resident Josefa Pérez.
That got the ball rolling on a scheme that prioritizes care home users and workers, healthcare staff, and people with severe disabilities living at home.
Authorities aim to administer vaccines to 70% of the population by the end of August to help ensure group immunity.
As of June 19, 2021, 3,708,334 residents have been given the first dose of the vaccine, 47.3% of the total population. Out of those, 2,091,395 have also been administered a second dose (26.7% of the total population). 2,303,292 residents are considered to be fully immunized (29.4%). Under 65s who have already had the virus are only required to have the first dose, and others have received a single-dose jab. Therefore, the % of two doses administered and % fully immunized do not match.
On December 27, a goal of 104,000 jabs in two weeks was set, but a week later, and facing criticism over the slow rollout, authorities said that their aim was to inoculate 748,000 people in the first 12 weeks of the scheme – that is to say, approximately by March 21.
The following graphs show how the rollout has evolved in Catalonia since the first dose. All figures are provided by the Catalan health department and are updated daily.
To see the daily figures of the pandemic, including cases, deaths, outbreak risk, and transmission rate, check out this page.
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Latest update: June 20, 10:29 CET
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