The Balearic Islands follow the tail of the Spanish summer destinations in vaccination

Destinations

The Balearic Islands are still behind the main tourist communities in Spain in terms of vaccination and immunization, as shown by data from the Ministry of Health that is updated daily on the website of HOSTELTUR.

Andalusia is in the lead, with 5.77% of the immunized population, that is, that has received both doses of the vaccine. It is followed by Catalonia with 5.20%, the Valencian Community with 4.74%, the Community of Madrid with 4.54%, the Canary Islands with 4.22% and lastly, Balearic Islands with 3.24% according to data from March 29.

These are the data of the vaccines against coronavirus administered per 100 inhabitants in Spain as of March 24 by autonomous community. In this case, these are first doses and not full immunization.

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Number of coronavirus vaccines administered per 100 inhabitants in Spain (first doses) as of March 24, 2021, by autonomous community, according to Statista.

Doses purchased and administered in Spain

Spain has bought 69.1 million doses, of which he has received only 8.5 million, 12.3% of the doses acquired, according to data from the Ministry of Health. 83% of the total doses delivered to the autonomous communities have been administered and 35.5% of the population is immunized, that is, they have received both doses.

The vaccine AstraZeneca / Oxford It is the one that has bought the most doses, 31.5 million. Spain has purchased 20.8 million doses of the Pfizer / BioNtech and 16.7 million doses of the Modern.

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Regarding the doses delivered to the autonomous communities and administered by them, by type of vaccine, Andalusia, Catalonia and Madrid stand out in the table for having greater numbers of immunized people. The table does not show the percentage. These are the data as of March 26:

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First doses in the European Union

As for the countries of the European Union, malt It is the one that has administered the most first doses of the vaccine, with 38.9% of the population partially immunized. Follow her Hungary, with 26.8%, and at a further distance Estonia, Denmark and Lithuania.

Spain is in the twelfth position, behind Greece, Italy and Poland. In Spain, 15.12% of the population received the first dose. Behind are Portugal with 15.05% and France, with 14.95%. Germany is further down the table, with 14.76% of its population partially immunized (having received only the first dose).

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Complete immunization in Europe

Among European countries, Serbia and Malta They lead the percentage of the immunized population that has received both doses of the vaccine. Spain is in sixth place, behind Serbia, Malta, Hungary, Denmark and Switzerland.

Below, at a distance, are Germany, Sweden, Austria, Italy and France, with Greece just behind.

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Complete immunization in the world

If we open the lens to more countries and review how complete immunization is going, that is, with the two doses of the vaccine, we see that Israel it continues to lead with 54.4% of its population fully immunized. To much difference they follow Chile and USA.

Spain is in tenth position, with the 5.4% of its fully immunized population. Turkey and Morocco are above, but the UK, Italy, France and Germany are below that percentage.

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If we compare how immunization is going in United States, United Kingdom, and European Union, we see that the United Kingdom beats the EU also in the complete immunization of its population. The United States has, among the three, the highest percentage of immunized population, 15%.

But the UK, which has pursued a strategy of first-dose vaccinating as many adults as possible, is already beating the EU not just first-dose but also in full immunization, with 4.8% of the population immunized compared to 4.6% in the European Union.