Over 900,000 people have now had at least one vaccine in the Canaries
The latest data from the Ministry of Health of the Canary Islands shows that the SCS has now administered 1,323,701 doses of vaccines against Covid-19, of the 1,469,130 received, which represents 90.10% of those delivered to the Canary Islands.
Up until close of yesterday, the immunization of 472,243 people had been achieved, so that 25.24% of the target population (1,871,033 people) in the Canary Islands have completed their vaccination schedule, having already received two doses of the vaccine or the Janssen single dose vaccine.
Likewise, there are now 907,351 people who have received at least one dose of a vaccine in the Archipelago, which is 48.49% of the target population, and yesterday a total of 28,505 vaccines were inoculated in the Canary Islands, the highest figure recorded in a single day since the beginning of the campaign.
In the latest revision of the National Vaccination Strategy, the following vaccination and prioritization groups are established:
Group 1: COMPLETE
Group 2: COMPLETE
Group 3: 100% one dose and 52.26% two doses. Non front-line health and social health personnel:
Group 4: 100% one dose and 94.41% two doses. Large household dependents.
Group 5: 100% one dose and 74.81% two doses. People aged over 60.
Group 5A: People aged 80 and over
Group 5B: People from 70 to 79 years old
Group 5C: People from 66 to 69 years old
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Group 6: 71.06% one dose. Groups with an essential function for society: police, army, emergency services, teachers.
Group 7: 74.99% one dose. People under 60 years of age with severe Covid-19 high risk conditions, ie health complications.
Group 8: 77.11% one dose. People aged 60-65 years old (born between 1956 and 1961, both inclusive).
Group 9: 73.89% one dose. People aged 50-59 years old (born between 1962 and 1971, both inclusive).
Group 10: 17.08% one dose. People aged 45-55 years old (born between 1972 and 1981, both inclusive).
The Ministry of Health reminds the importance of attending your appointment to receive vaccination, since the schedules are organized according to the available vaccines and the target population to be vaccinated at all times, so any cancellations or no-shows can lead to a mismatch in plans. The appointment is made by SMS or by phone call, or you can register online if you don’t want to wait for them to contact you.