Up to Friday 23 July, Spain has received a total of 55,930,113 doses of Covid-19 vaccines (37,620,993 from Pfizer-BioNTech, 5,701,770 from Moderna, 10,189,600 from AstraZeneca and 2,417,750 from Janssen).
A total of 53,449,255 jabs have now been administered (569,988 more since yesterday), representing 95.6% of total doses received. 30,500,003 people have now received at least one dose of the vaccine (282,692 more since yesterday), representing 64.3% of the total population. 25,398,978 people have now been fully vaccinated* (338,020 more since yesterday), representing 53.5% of the total population. This is 60.3% of the population aged over 12 (see table below for each region). Asturias has become the first region of Spain with 70% of its population aged over 12 fully vaccinated.
*Fully vaccinated includes those who have received just one jab of the Janssen vaccine (currently 1,722,925 people), or two jabs of another vaccine.
Overall, 91.8% of all citizens aged over 40 have now received a first jab; 84.9% have been fully vaccinated. For specific age groups:
- Aged 40-49: 81.6% have received a first jab; 70.2% fully vaccinated.
- Aged 50-59: 91.2% have received a first jab; 86.9% fully vaccinated.
- Aged 60-69: 96.2% have received a first jab; 85.4% fully vaccinated.
- Aged 70-79: 98.9% have received a first jab; 97.9% fully vaccinated.
- Over 80s: 100% have now received a first jab; 100% fully vaccinated.
For a full breakdown of the number of jabs administered (both first and second jabs) per age group for each region, click here for the latest Health Ministry data. The latest main figures per region up to Friday 23 July are as follows:
|Castilla y León||2,176,253||1,431,776||65.8%|
|Castilla La Mancha||1,808,784||1,057,181||58.4%|
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