ROMA. 600,000 vaccinations were reached yesterday in Italy: the figure, at 6 am this morning, June 5, was provided by the government and presumably will undergo further stabilization during the day.
It is the first time that such a high number of administered doses has been reached: they were 598,510 to be exact, of which 444,639 first doses which covered a total of 24,331,702 people, while 12,737,533 people have completed the vaccination cycle for a total of 37,069,235 doses administered.
In total, nearly 42 million doses arrived, of which 88.3% have already been administered.
According to comparative table edited byEuropean Center for Disease Prevention and Control, Italy is in line with the other large European countries, partly with a slight advantage in terms of the percentage of the population that has completed the vaccination cycle.
The data updated as of yesterday, June 4, indicate that Italy administered at least one dose to 47.7% of citizens and immunized 24.5% with the complete cycle.
Germany covered 51.5% with the first dose of the population, but only 21.1% completed the cycle.
Austria injected a dose to 51.1% of the population, complete cycle for 22.5%.
France is also slightly ahead of Italy for first doses (48.2%) but behind for recalls (20.9%).
Situation similar to ours in Spain: 47.3% and 24.8% the two figures.
The same is true for Holland (49% and 23.9%), followed by Belgium (52.1% and 24.7%).
The best performing is little Iceland, which has ensured at least one dose to 60.6% of the inhabitants and has definitively immunized 32.5%.
To stay in Scandinavia, if Sweden has numbers on the Italian leveli, Norway is further back, with 37.5% of residents receiving the first dose and 20.7% completing their cycle.