The Canary Islands Regional Government Ministry of Health reported this week that up until Wednesday, January 27th, 58,165 doses of COVID-19 vaccine had been administered out of the 68,740 received, which represents 84.62% of the total batches so far.
Of these, received doses, 67,440 were those manufactured by Pfizer, of which 84.34% (56,885 doses) have already been administered. And the other 1,300 received were from Moderna, of which 1,280 doses have already been administered, 98.46%.
In vaccination group 1, which includes users and workers at social health centres, 100% of the target population has already had their first dose, while in group 2, that of health professionals, the 84.32% have received their first dose. On the Canary Islands there are a total of 7,630 people who have completed vaccination, having also received their second dose of vaccine.