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The Ministry of Health in the Canary Islands has announced that the immunization of 118,683 people who have already received the two doses of the vaccine had been achieved, which represents 6.34% of the target population.
In total in the Canary Islands, 422,218 doses of vaccines against COVID-19 have been administered, of which a total of 17,609 were inoculated on Tuesday: 12,393 were from Pfizer, 692 from Moderna and 4,524 from AstraZeneca.
These 422,218 doses already administered represent 82.40%t of the total of 512,410 doses received to date in the Archipelago.
Until Tuesday, the immunization of 118,683 people had already been achieved in the Canary Islands, which represents 6.34% of the target population (1,871,033 people).
The Ministry of Health reports that it has already begun to vaccinate people between 70 and 79 years old, who make up Group 5B, in the health centers of the Canary Islands. This group is being inoculated, indistinctly, with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine.
After immunization with two doses of groups 1 and 2 (those corresponding to residents and workers of social health centers and first-line health professionals), vaccination continues with the rest of the groups established following the criteria of vulnerability and exposure.
It should be noted that group 4, that of large household dependents, is 87.71% immunized with the two doses.
Regarding group 5, there are already 25,904 people who have received the two doses, that is, 9.09%, while 130,216 people have received at least one dose, 45.69%.
Group 3 is already 100% with one dose and 25.19% with two doses; and group 6, at 28.46% with one dose.
Of group 7, there are 1,969 people that have been vaccinated with one dose, 11.10% of the target population.
GROUPS OF THE POPULATION TO BE VACCINATED