Yesterday, Friday 4 June, almost 600,000 doses of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine were administered in our country (598,510, to be precise, at the time of writing). This is the highest figure ever (the highest figure was that of last May 30 when 570 thousand serums against Coronavirus were inoculated) – however, still provisional and susceptible to upward adjustments: the final figure could therefore also exceed the 600 thousand daily administrations. To date, 40.80% of Italians have received one dose, 21.36% also the second.
How the vaccination campaign went in Italy in the last week
Over the course of this week, the supply of anti Covid vaccines recorded a +4,346,582, with an administration rate compared to deliveries of over 91%. The average of the inoculations of the last seven days is about 500 thousand per day, 491,845 to be precise, even considering the presence of two holidays. These are the data that emerge from the weekly anti-covid vaccines report of the coronavirus emergency commissioner, led by General Francesco Paolo Figliuolo. According to the figures published on the Agenas vaccine portal, the report reports, Italy ranks sixth among the 27 EU countries, in the ranking of administrations per 100 inhabitants, with a percentage equal to 61.02%, ahead of France and Spain. In terms of fully vaccinated population, Italy is in second place overall in Europe, immediately after Germany.
First vaccine dose to almost everyone over 80
If we consider the weaker age groups, the percentages for the first doses continue to increase compared to the previous week. For the over 80s, the percentage rises to 90.96% (+0.6), for the 70-79 year olds to 83.52% (+1.75), for the 60-69 year olds to 72.61% (+10 , 5). These are the figures that emerge from the weekly anti-covid vaccines report of the coronavirus emergency commissioner, led by General Francesco Paolo Figliuolo. The percentage of vaccinated people over 80 is 82.58% (+1.2), that of 70-79 is 36.14% (+3.8), that of 60-69 is 28.81 % (+10.2)