Canary Islands received another 17,550 doses of the Pfizer vaccine today
The Ministry of Health has reported that 17,550 more doses of the Pfizer vaccine have been delivered to the Canary Islands today, which guarantees them keeping on schedule with the established vaccination plan they are following.
So far 99,316 doses have been administered with 40,779 people having received both doses of the vaccine, as they move on to the next group of front line workers that were announced last week.
Politicians and health advisors ultimately see the vaccine as the only ‘real way out’ of the pandemic, and many believe we need a ‘mass vaccination’ in the Canaries as soon as possible so we don’t lose the summer season.
The Canary Islands currently have, according to the latest data from today (Monday), an accumulated total of 38,629 cases of Coronavirus , of which 562 have died , 31,136 have recovered and 6,931 are active cases.
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Regarding active patients, 86 remain in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), 297 are admitted to hospital wards and 6,548 are in a situation of home isolation.