So far, 33.84% of the population in Latvia have received the first dose of the vaccine, but 34.03% have completed the vaccination process, according to data compiled by the National Health Service (NSS).
Meanwhile, 599,397 or 45.10% of the Estonian population have received the vaccine, of which 461,221 people have completed the vaccination process, which is 34.71% of the Estonian population, according to the official Covid-19 vaccine information portal in Estonia vaktsineeri.ee.
In Lithuania, on the other hand, 1,304,972 people, or 46.7% of the population, have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Of these, 1,105,935 have completed the vaccination process, according to the official statistical portal in Lithuania osp.stat.gov.lt.
3,980 people in Latvia received the Covid-19 vaccine last day.
Of all 1,411 people vaccinated on Monday, the first dose of the vaccine has been received. Mostly these people are inoculated with Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, while about 70 people were vaccinated with Spikevax (Modern) vaccine.
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On Monday, the vaccination process was completed by 1,641 people receiving the second vaccine. Most of them are grafted with Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, 151 persons received Spikevax (Modern), bet 19 – AstraZeneca You can.
Another 928 people received yesterday Johnson&Johnson jeb Janssen a vaccine that requires only one dose.
However, these data are subject to change, as many vaccination authorities enter data on vaccinated systems with a delay of several days.
The proportion of the population fully vaccinated is slightly higher than the proportion who received only the first vaccine, because Johnson&Johnson only one dose is required, after which the person is considered to be fully vaccinated.
Since the beginning of the summer, there has been a significant decline in the number of vaccinated people in Latvia. For example, during the busiest vaccinations in May and early June, only slightly fewer people could be vaccinated in one day than at present during the week. For example, on May 28, when a record number of people were vaccinated in one day, 24,579 people received vaccinations.
So far, the highest vaccination rates have been in the week of May 24, when an average of about 16,600 people were vaccinated per day. From May 10, more than 100,000 people were vaccinated every week in Latvia for four weeks in a row, but since the beginning of the summer, these figures have been falling.
Four Covid-19 vaccines are currently approved for use in the European Union –Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, AstraZeneca a Johnson&Johnson jeb Janssen. On December 28 last year, vaccination of employees of large hospitals was the first in Latvia to be vaccinated against Covid-19, but more mass vaccination of the population began at the end of March.