More than one million people in Austria fully immunized

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According to the electronic vaccination record, more than one million people in Austria are fully immunized against coronavirus. Exactly 1,001,839 people either received both stings or were given Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine, which requires only one vaccination, as of Tuesday, 11 May 2021.

Thus, 11.3 percent of the population has full vaccination protection. 2,749,793 people have been given at least one dose, representing 30.9 percent of the population.

The majority of fully immunized people received two doses of Biontech/Pfizer, totaling 833,509 people. 118,352 vaccinees received two doses of Moderna. 42,615 people received the two doses of AstraZeneca needed for full vaccine protection. And as of yesterday, 7,363 people had been administered Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine. This develops its full effect after just one dose.

The vaccination rate in the provinces
Vaccinations against SARS-CoV-2 started in Austria at the end of December. Some 19 weeks later, more than 3.744 million vaccine doses have been administered. Last week alone, there were 443,746 immunizations.

The vaccination coverage rate – at least one dose was administered – is highest in Burgenland, at 35.4 percent. In Vorarlberg, 34.5 percent of the population has been vaccinated at least once, and in Tyrol, 34.1 percent. After Carinthia (33.8), Upper Austria (30.7), Salzburg (30.2), Styria (29.9) and Lower Austria (29.7), Vienna brings up the rear with a vaccination coverage rate of 28.1 percent.

Tyrol has the most fully immunized inhabitants, with 15.7 percent of the population having full vaccination protection. However, Tyrol had received a special quota of 100,000 Pfizer doses from the EU. In Lower Austria, 14.2 percent are fully protected.

The fewest inhabitants who are fully immunized are in Styria. Here, only 8.6 percent have so far received both required doses or the necessary single vaccination from Johnson & Johnson.

  • source: orf.at/picture: pixabay.com
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