06/13/2021 12:35 PM
Updated 06/13/2021 12:37 PM
For this Monday, the arrival of a new batch with 900 thousand Astrazeneca vaccines, with which the 20 million doses received will be exceeded.
In this context, the Government issued a report detailing
what percentage of the population was immunized
with the first dose in each province.
According to the official report, until this morning
received at least one vaccine against covid-19
This represents 28.63%, out of a total of 45,376,763 inhabitants estimated by INDEC in 2020.
When looking at the situation in each jurisdiction, the City of Buenos Aires appears as the one with the
of inhabitants with the first dose:
In total, only four other provinces exceed 30%.
They are Jujuy, San Luis, La Pampa and Tierra del Fuego.
A young man who is part of the security forces is vaccinated in La Rural.
Photo: Lucia Merle
In contrast, Misiones appears as the province with the worst vaccination rate: 22.49%.
It is the only one that today is below 25% immunized with at least one dose.
Province of Buenos Aires, 4,929,598 vaccinated (28.10% of its population)
City of Buenos Aires, 1,159,946 (
Catamarca, 116,523 (28.05%)
Chaco, 308,649 (25.62%)
Chubut, 154,829 (25.01%)
Córdoba, 1,101,422 (29.29%)
Corrientes, 296,286 (26.44%)
Entre Ríos, 351,833 (25.39%)
Formosa, 165,439 (27.34%)
Jujuy, 242,875 (
La Pampa, 118,816 (
La Rioja, 111,101 (28.23%)
Mendoza, 571,064 (28.69%)
Missions, 283,724 (22.49%)
Neuquén, 179,938 (27.10%)
Río Negro, 206,264 (27.59%)
Jump, 396,264 (27.82%)
San Juan, 205,296 (26.28%)
San Luis, 163,614 (
Santa Cruz, 101,147 (27.66%)
Santa Fe, 1,001,546 (28.32%)
Santiago del Estero, 273,940 (28.00%)
Tierra del Fuego, 52,203 (
Tucumán, 499,163 (29.46%)
According to official data, with the shipment that is expected for this Monday, Argentina will exceed the 20 million doses received.
In total, there will be 20,677,145.
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