Almost a Million Vaccines Have Been Administered in Malaga

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Almost a Million Vaccines Have Been Administered in Malaga
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ALMOST A million vaccines have been administered in Malaga. Slightly more than 10,000 vaccines remain so that one million vaccines have been administered in the province of Malaga. There are already 989,139 doses of covid vaccines that have been administered since the vaccination process began. This means that this Saturday, June 5, 3,636 more doses were given to Malaga citizens. In Andalucia, only Seville exceeds one million vaccines administered, with 1,181,042 doses.

As reported by Malaga Hoy, according to data provided by the Andalucian Regional Government Health and Family Council, 316 more first doses were administered and 3,276 people completed the vaccine process. In this way, 647,330 people have at least one dose of the covid vaccine and 357,470 people are already fully vaccinated which generates total immunity against coronavirus.

In Andalucia, a total of 5,237,383 vaccines have been administered, 93.9% of the total doses received. 1,924,290 people have been inoculated with the two doses of the vaccine, so 27.2% of those over 16 years of age have complete immunity against the virus. Saturday, June 5, has been characterized by a decrease in hospitalizations in the province, which are less than one hundred. There are 98 people who need medical attention in the Malaga health centres while 17 of these patients remain in the intensive care units, the same as the previous day.

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The relationship between hospitalized patients and ICU patients in Malaga is good compared to the rest of Andalucian provinces, for example, Cádiz has the same patients in ICU, but two-thirds are hospitalized while Seville has twice as many hospitalized, but three times more ICU patients.

 

 


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Diane is from Limerick, Ireland and has previously lived in Seville. Having graduated with a Masters in Journalism and Public Relations she has a keen interest in digital media. As well as her passion for news, she enjoys learning about human psychology, practising pilates and has a soft spot for tapas!

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