Brazil arrived this Saturday, 3, to 27,011,395 people with the complete vaccination schedule against covid-19. The number represents 16.79% of the population aged 18 and over. At least 76,175,303 people took a dose of immunizing against the coronavirus in the country, that is, 47.34% of adults.
The data are from the consortium of press vehicles, formed by Estadão, G1, O Globo, Extra, Folha and UOL, in partnership with the state and Federal District Health secretariats, in a balance released at 8 pm.
Brazil currently applies vaccines from four manufacturers: Pfizer/BioNTech, AstraZeneca/Oxford, Coronavac (from Sinovac) and Janssen, which has a single dose.
In the last 24 hours, 823,308 vaccines were applied, according to data sent by 23 of the 27 federative units. Of the total, 633,960 were from the first dose, 99,796 from the second dose, and 89,552 from Janssen.
While the average of the complete vaccination schedule in adults is 16.79% in the country, it is higher in some states. Among them are Mato Grosso do Sul (27.45%), Rio Grande do Sul (21.62%), Espírito Santo (19.46%) and Amazonas (19.29%). The lowest rates are registered in Amapá (12.16%), Rondônia (12.64%), Rio de Janeiro (12.67%), Mato Grosso (13.24%) and Tocantins (13.65%) .
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