Please note that we are no longer updating our reports on vaccination statistics. For the latest figures from the Spanish Health Ministry (8 April), click here.
Based on total figures collated up to the end of Wednesday 23 March, a total of 93,807,121 jabs have now been administered. 39,190,846 people have now received at least one dose of the vaccine, representing 82.7% of the total population (92.9% of the population aged over 12). 38,969,612 people have now been fully vaccinated, representing 82.2% of the total population (92.4% of the population aged over 12).
Spain has also now given a booster dose of the Covid vaccine to 24,424,856 citizens. 79.1% of all fully vaccinated adults aged over 40 have received a booster dose; 86.3% of those aged over 50; 92.1% aged over 60 and 92.4% aged over 70. ALSO READ: Spain approves Covid booster jabs for all adults aged over 18.
Of Spain’s total population aged between 5 and 11 years (3,815,164 children), 2,021,229 have now also received a first dose of the Pfizer Pediátrica vaccine, representing 53.0%. So far 1,358,500 have received a second dose (35.6%). ALSO READ: Spain starts vaccinating 5-11 year olds against Covid.
Overall, 92.9% of all citizens aged over 12 have now received a first jab; 92.4% have been fully vaccinated. For specific age groups:
- Aged 12-19: 91.9% have received a first jab; 93.6% fully vaccinated.
- Aged 20-29: 86.3% first jab; 84.3% fully vaccinated.
- Aged 30-39: 86.3% first jab; 84.9% fully vaccinated.
- Aged over 40: 95.7% first jab; 95.3% 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 collated up Wednesday 23 March are as follows:
|% of Total|
|Castilla y León||2,172,149||2,035,845||85.3%|
|Castilla La Mancha||1,816,082||1,636,552||79.9%|
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