COVID-19: Vaccination update in Latin America
Argentina has administered more than 109 million doses to date, or more than 90,9% of the population of which more than 37.7 million are fully immunized throughout the country. From the week of June 8, 2021, it will be the first country on the continent to produce the Russian vaccine Sputnik at a rate of 500,000 doses per week in order to accelerate this vaccination process.
In Bolivia, 7.3 million people were able to benefit from the vaccination campaign, or more than 62,5% of the total population.
Brazil, which has been particularly affected by the pandemic, has been able to provide nearly 87,7% of its inhabitants with a first dose of vaccine and 184.6 million are now fully vaccinated.
In Chile, it has 94,4% of immunized children, of which more than 92.3% have received two doses. It is the most advanced Latin American country to date in its vaccination campaign.
Colombia for its part has begun the last phase of its plan which has 5. The administration of a third dose has started since September 2021. To date, 87.1 million doses have been administered to a total of more than 42.5 million people or 83.4% of the target population.
In Costa Rica, more than 87,6% of the population received a first injection and 82,2% the second, for a total of 4.4 million people.
In Ecuador, 86,4% of the population is immunized, for a total of 15.2 million people. The province of Galapagos for its part is fully vaccinated in order to allow the revival of tourism as quickly and safely as possible.
In Guatemala, 51,2% of the population has had access to the COVID-19 vaccine, or just over 8.6 million people. The United States, through Vice President Kamala Harris, has announced the sending of half a million doses in order to speed up the vaccination process.
Mexico has 79,9 million supplements vaccinated, or 62% of its target population and 73.5% of first-time vaccinated. In the coming weeks the process will be intensified according to the government.
Nearly 3,49 million habitants of Panama have received a first dose and 3,1 million people are fully vaccinated, or 72.7% of the population.
In Peru 85.1% of the population is vaccinated and more than 28 million others 29.7 milion have already received a first injection.