AZ vaccine 204,448, Pfizer vaccine 168,6,773
2nd vaccination 79,000,705 ↑ A total of 905,000,420 people… 1.8% of the population
(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Choi Song-ah = The number of people vaccinated against the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) in Korea increased by 9,000 a day on the 14th.
According to the Corona 19 Vaccination Response Promotion Team (Promotion Team) on the 15th, a total of 9,548 new primary vaccinations the previous day.
Although it increased by 2,000 people from the 7,139 people on the 13th, the day before, it still falls short of the level at the end of last month, when more than 200,000 people were vaccinated a day.
This is due to the slowing of the primary vaccination rate due to a temporary imbalance in supply and demand for AstraZeneca (AZ) and Pfizer vaccines.
As of 0 o’clock on this day, the cumulative number of primary inoculations in Korea was 3731,000,221, which is about 7.3% of the total citizens (53,499,116).
The number of people who completed both vaccinations increased by 79,000, to 905,000. It is about 1.8% of the population.
The cumulative total number of inoculations (number of cases) reflecting the total number of domestic 1st and 2nd vaccinations is 46,66641.
By vaccine, out of the AstraZeneca vaccination subjects (2645,249 people), the first vaccination was completed at 204,448, and the vaccination rate reached 77.3%.
With the second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine in full swing from the day before, the number of people who completed the second dose increased by 3,757 to a total of 5,693.
Pfizer’s vaccine is 45.2% of the subjects (37,78,792), or 1686,000,773 people who completed the first vaccination, and the number of those who completed the second vaccination was added 75,000, a total of 899,000 .
By vaccination institution, the first vaccination rate was 82.5% and the second vaccination rate was 0.4% in the case of nursing hospitals/facilities, medical institutions above hospital level, and public health centers including vulnerable facilities.
The vaccination rate at the vaccination center was 45.2% at the first stage and 24.1% at the second stage.
Among them, in the case of the elderly 75 years or older who started vaccinating Pfizer vaccine at the vaccination center from the 1st of last month, the first vaccination rate was 42.3%, and the proportion of those who completed the second vaccination was 20.9%.
The vaccination rate of residents and workers in elderly facilities is 85.7% at the first stage and 63% at the second stage.
Currently, vaccinations are being carried out sequentially in Korea with two types of vaccines, AstraZeneca and Pfizer.
Both vaccines require two doses. AstraZeneca vaccine is recommended for 11-12 weeks, and Pfizer vaccine is recommended for a second dose every 3 weeks.
From the 27th of this month, the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine will begin for the elderly aged 65-74. From the 7th of the following month, vaccinations will be conducted for the elderly aged 60 to 64, persons with chronic severe respiratory disease, and teachers of kindergartens, daycare centers, and elementary school students aged 30 or older (1st to 2nd grade).
As of 0 o’clock on this day, the cumulative reservation number was 3886,000,695 people.
It includes the elderly aged 60-74, people with chronic severe respiratory disease, kindergartens, daycare centers and elementary school (1st and 2nd grade) teachers and caregivers.
For those aged 60-64 who started to make reservations on the 13th, 104,832 out of the 3971,304 targets applied for vaccination, showing a 26.2% reservation rate.
The reservation rate for kindergarten, daycare, and elementary school (1st and 2nd grade) teachers and carers who started making reservations on the same day is 55%.
The reservation rate for seniors aged 70 to 74 is 57.5%, and for those aged 65 to 69, 47.5%.
The reservation rate for the elderly, aged between 60 and 74, has risen to 40.5%.
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2021/05/15 15:03 sent