Ten million vaccinations in Austria

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There have been exactly 9,999,272 immunizations up to Monday evening. Today, Tuesday, the number of ten million vaccinations is exceeded – after Monday was the weakest vaccination day since April.

With only 12,928 first and second stings, fewer vaccinations were administered on Monday than at any time since April 5. At that time – also a traditionally vaccine-weak Monday – there were 12,629. Since the start of the vaccination campaign, about twice as many – 25,000 – immunizations have always been administered on Mondays. In total, 5,357,884 people have now received at least one partial vaccination, according to E-vaccine passport data: That’s 60 percent of the population. 4,855,589 people, or 54.4 percent of Austrians, have already been fully immunized.

Only a good quarter were vaccinated for the first time yesterday (3,325). The vaccination campaign is barely getting off the ground in the far west: on Monday, only 22 Vorarlbergers received their first vaccination, and that with a comparatively low vaccination coverage of 58.1 percent. Comparatively high vaccination coverage continues in Vienna, which is now on a par with Vorarlberg in terms of the proportion of people vaccinated for the first time. Last week, a quarter of all vaccinations throughout Austria were carried out in Vienna, and on Monday the figure was as high as two-thirds. The front-runners in terms of vaccination coverage continue to be Burgenland with 67.4 percent, Lower Austria with just under 63 percent and Styria with 60.1 percent of first-time vaccinees.

  • source: sozialministerium.at/ages.at/picture: pixabay.com
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