A total of 86,201,755 vaccines have been administered in Italy, according to the government report updated at 6 am yesterday morning. The people who have received at least one dose are 45.737.346, equal to 84.68% of the population over 12, while those who have completed the vaccination cycle are 43.229.551, equivalent …
A total of 86,201,755 vaccines have been administered in Italy, according to the government report updated at 6 am yesterday morning. People who have received at least one dose are 45.737.346, equal to 84.68% of the over 12 population, while those who have completed the vaccination cycle are 43.229.551, equivalent to 80.04% of the over 12 population. The government’s goal of vaccinating 80% of the population, first set for 30 September and then for the second half of October, was exceeded on Saturday. A goal that had been identified a few months ago by the executive, in agreement with the Commissioner for the Emergency Francesco Figliuolo. A result that the president of the Higher Health Council, Franco Locatelli defined “formidable”, whose credit goes to “all the health institutions in the country, the activities of the emergency commissioner” but above all “a result that allowed us – he underlined – to reduce viral circulation and reduce the number of deaths “.
On the other hand, 296,624 people have also taken the third dose, equal to 3.92% of the population. In absolute terms, Lombardy administered the largest number of doses, over 15 million, followed by Lazio, with over 8 million doses and Campania with more than 7 million. But in percentage terms, considering the doses delivered and those injected, the largest percentage is from Tuscany with 90.5%. However, according to the data of the weekly government report, over 8 million Italians over 12 who have not received any dose are missing from the appeal. This is 15.54% of the vaccinable population.
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