Andalucía has administered more than 10 million doses of coronavirus vaccines since the campaign was opened in the region.
By Saturday, 7 August, a total of 10,679,138 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine had been administered, which represents 101.1 per cent of the doses received, and a total of 5,159,051 people in Andalucía have been fully vaccinated, while 6,038,663 have had at least one dose.
Last week, from Sunday, 1 August to Saturday, 7 August, the Junta injected 461,929 doses, some 126,907 fewer than the previous week. The seven-day period from 20 to 26 June still holds the record with 746,832 jabs.
The regional government says 69.2 per cent of the population, over 12 years of age, now have the complete vaccination schedule while 81 per cent of those over 12 years of age have received the first dose.
By provinces, in Seville a total of 2,437,077 doses have been administered and 1,173,992 people are fully vaccinated, while in Malaga the total number of doses given so far amounts to 2,040,221 and the number of people with both jabs is 978,400.
In Cadiz 1,593,313 doses of a vaccine have been given, with 765,264 people with the complete regimen; in Granada, 1,164,540 doses have been administered and 566,837 people have the complete guideline; and in Cordoba, some 1,054,566 jabs have been administered with 511,167 people fully vaccinated.
Finally, the total number of doses administered in Almeria is 911,812 and 436,623 people have the complete regimen; in Jaén it is 830,246, with 403,266 people with the complete guideline; and in Huelva 647,363 doses have been administered and 323,502 people are fully vaccinated.