SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Sep 17 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Nursing teams of the Canary Islands Health Service have administered 3,078,822 doses of vaccines against COVID-19. In the Archipelago, 84.12 percent of the target population (that of more than 12 years that amounts to 1,960,774 people) is already vaccinated against COVID-19, since there are already 1,649,479 people who have received, at least one dose of the vaccine.
As reported by the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands, until yesterday, Thursday, September 16, 1,596,095 people had been immunized who have already received the complete vaccination schedule, which represents 81.40 percent of the target population of the Archipelago.
At present, groups from 1 to 7 (residents and health and social health personnel of residences; health personnel; large dependents and main caregivers; vulnerable people; groups with essential functions such as teachers and policemen and people with very high risk conditions) are already vaccinated with two doses between 99.5 and 99.9%.
As for the rest of the groups, in Group 8 (people between 60 and 65 years old) 82.89 percent have at least one dose and 64.73 percent have the complete regimen; Group 9 (50-59 years), 95.94% with at least one dose and 96.65 with a complete regimen, and Group 10 (40-49 years), 59.79% with at least one dose and 77 , 64 with complete regimen (includes immunized with Janssen which is a single dose vaccine).
Regarding Group 11, which includes people between 30 and 39 years old, 64.76 percent have at least one dose and 60.23 with a complete regimen; in Group 12 (20-29 years), 60.11% with one dose and 55.04 with complete regimen, and in Group 13 (12-19 years), 75.63% with one dose and 69, 24 percent with complete guideline.