Canary Islands reaches 100,000 immunized against COVID-19
The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands has administered 281,691 doses of vaccines to date.
The Canary Islands surpassed 100,000 people immunized against COVID-19 on Monday after receiving the two doses of the vaccine, a new milestone for the Canary Islands Health Service. In addition, in the Archipelago there are already 182,611 people who have received at least the first dose, that is, 13.54 percent of the target population.
The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands has administered 281,691 doses of vaccines against the disease to date, of the 325,300 received, which represents 86.59%.
The Canary Islands received 23,400 doses of Pfizer this Monday and it is expected that 14,190 doses of Moderna will arrive this Tuesday, which will make the Archipelago count for the next few days with 42,690 more doses to continue advancing in the established vaccination schedule.