Covid-19 Vaccinations in Spain (to 20 Jan)

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Covid-19 Vaccinations in Spain (to 20 Jan)

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The Spanish Health Ministry is releasing figures on the number of Covid-19 vaccines distributed and administered across each region of Spain to date. We will publish updates on the figures here, as and when they are released.

Up to Wednesday 20 January, Spain has received a total of 1,346,100 doses of Covid-19 vaccines (1,310,400 by Pfizer-BioNTech, and 35,700 by Moderna), of which a total 1,025,937 jabs have been administered (representing 76.2% of total doses received). 15,642 people have now received a second jab. The latest total figures per region up to Wednesday 20 January are as follows:

REGION Received Jabs %
Andalusia 251,420 174,279 69.3%
Aragón 42,465 33,734 79.4%
Asturias 45,395 36,054 79.4%
Balearic Islands 23,190 15,697 67.7%
Basque Country 57,380 33,523 58.4%
Canary Islands 47,485 43,599 91.8%
Cantabria 21,125 19,473 92.2%
Castilla y León 95,815 74,350 77.6%
Castilla La Mancha 63,575 48,755 76.7%
Catalonia 217,020 162,830 75.0%
Extremadura 40,275 30,941 76.8%
Galicia 68,605 59,104 86.2%
La Rioja 11,965 8,335 69.7%
Madrid 176,615 129,194 73.2%
Murcia 46,385 39,142 84.4%
Navarra 21,125 14,559 68.9%
Valencia Region 111,900 99,932 89.3%
Ceuta 2,180 1,110 50.9%
Melilla 2,180 1,326 60.8%
TOTALS 1,346,100 1,025,937 76.2%

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