Andalucía has, so far, administered a total of 11,557,432 doses of Covid-19 vaccines according to the data produced on Sunday, 22 August. This represents 94.94 per cent of the doses received in the region.
A total of 5,683,277 people in Andalucía have been fully-vaccinated, while 6,449,316 already have at least one dose, including some 65 per cent of those between 12 and 19 years of age.
According to the latest Junta de Andalucía figures, the region has 67.1 per cent of the total population with the complete vaccination schedule (76.2 per cent of those over 12 years of age), while 76.1 per cent of the population and 86.5 per cent of those over 12 years of age have received the first dose.
By provinces, 2,645,436 coronavirus vaccine doses have been administered in Seville and 1,290,847 people are fully vaccinated, while in Malaga the total doses given so far amounts to 2,196,068 and some 1,073,971 people have received both.
In Cadiz the numbers are 1,732,700 vaccines administered and the people with the complete regimen total 847,384; in Granada 1,257,575 jabs have been given and 625,296 people have the complete guideline; in Cordoba some 1,133,007 doses have been administered and 554,611 people are fully vaccinated.
The total number of doses given in Almería is 989,949 and 491,372 people have completed the regimen; in Jaén it is 898,127 with 445,292 people with the complete guideline; and in Huelva some 704,570 doses have been administered and 354,504 people have the complete schedule.