Brazil applied the 1st dose of vaccines against covid-19 in 86,465,775 people until 9:30 pm on Wednesday (14.Jul.2021). Of these, 32,216,732 received the 2nd dose or single dose and are immunized. In all, 118,682,507 doses were administered in the country.
The data is from the platform coronavirusbra1, which compiles data from the state health departments.
The number of people vaccinated with at least one dose is equivalent to 40.51% of the population, according to the population projection for 2021 made by the IBGE (Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics). Those who received both doses or a single dose are 15.1%.
Of those who took the 1st dose, 34% have also received the 2nd and are immunized.
The vaccines being applied in Brazil with two doses are CoronaVac, Oxford/AstraZeneca and Pfizer. The country has started immunization with Janssen’s vaccine, which requires only one dose.
Rio Grande do Sul is the federative unit with the most advanced pace of vaccination, with application of the 1st dose in 47.8% of the population.
Amapá is the state with the slowest rate of immunization – 25.9% of the inhabitants received the 1st dose.
Here are the numbers of vaccinated by state:
The data shown in this article are from the platform coronavirusbra1, maintained by Carlos Achy, Leonardo Medeiros, Wesley Cota and volunteers, who compile the vaccination numbers released by the state health departments.