FACTS: 7434 have been vaccinated in the last 24 hours

FACTS: 7434 have been vaccinated in the last 24 hours

A total of 75.6 percent of the population has received the first plug.

Here you can read about how the vaccination of the different groups is going:

* Groups 1-9:

Vaccine groups 1-9 include citizens over the age of 65, health professionals, the particularly vulnerable and their relatives.

In this group, 1,566,146 received the first injection of a vaccine. This corresponds to 96.7 percent of the target group. 1,559,300 – corresponding to 96.3 percent of the target group – have been vaccinated.

* Group 10A: Citizens aged 60-64:

Started: 264,851 people (93.6 percent).

Completely vaccinated 263,235 (93.1 percent).

* 10B: Citizens aged 55-59 years:

Started: 320,618 (92.2).

Completed vaccine ready: 317,973 (91.4).

* 10C: Citizens aged 50-54:

Started: 307,770 (90.6).

Completely vaccinated: 304,197 (89.6).

* 10D1: Citizens aged 16-19 and 45-49:

Started: 528,668 (86.7).

Completely vaccinated: 513,320 (84.2).

* 10D2: Citizens aged 20-24 and 40-44:

Started: 527,846 (80.9).

Completely vaccinated: 506,012 (77.6).

* 10D3: Citizens aged 25-29 and 35-39:

Started: 501,230 (74.8).

Completely vaccinated: 467,050 (69.7).

* 10D4: Citizens aged 30-34:

Started: 248,816 (72.3).

Completely vaccinated: 226,756 (65.9).

* Group 11: Citizens aged 12-15 years.

Started: 163,293 (60.0).

Completely vaccinated: 132,156 (48.5).

The inventory only includes the vaccinated citizens who are still alive and residing in Denmark.

The Statens Serum Institut (SSI) calculates the number of vaccinated in relation to the population and not the number of people to be vaccinated. SSI does this because it wants to assess how close Denmark is to herd immunity.

Note that the number of people who have received the first bite also includes those who have completed the vaccination. Those who have received the vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, which requires only one sting, are also included in both figures.

SSI points out that there may be a delay in the registration of the given vaccines.

Sources: Statens Serum Institut and the National Board of Health.


Source: The Nordic Page





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