Around 10 percent of the population in Germany have received at least one corona vaccination so far. The vaccination campaign continues to be sluggish.
- CoronaVaccinations in Germany: So far, 4.4 percent of the population has been fully vaccinated (as of March 26, 2021).
- The Impfcampagne in Germany is still stagnating enormously.
- Corona-News: The vaccination status on Friday (March 26th, 2021) is 12,040,271 administered vaccine doses.
Update from Saturday, March 27th, 2021, 1:54 p.m .: According to the RKI were previously in Germany round 3.77 million people fully vaccinated, So you have received the first and the second vaccination dose. This corresponds to a share of the total population of 4.5 percent. Around 8.6 million people have already received the first vaccination. A total of around 12.37 million vaccine doses have been administered in Germany so far.
With currently an average of 257,379 vaccinations per day (daily mean of the past seven days extrapolated to 24 hours), one vaccination is currently administered on average every 0.3 seconds in Germany. In Saxony and Thuringia At 5.3 percent, most citizens have already been fully vaccinated so far.
The federal states are at the bottom here Brandenburg and Schleswig-Holstein each with a share of 3.7 percent. In Lower Saxony So far, 4.7 percent of the population have been fully vaccinated in Hessen the share is 4.6 percent.
Saarland leads the way in the vaccination quota for first vaccinations
The ranking of the federal states is different for those that have taken place First vaccinations Dar: Here, Saarland is the front runner with 12.3 percent, followed by Saxony with a share of 8.9 percent. The vaccination rate for first vaccinations is 10.3 percent in Hesse and 10.2 percent in Lower Saxony.
|Vaccination doses administered (as of March 27, 2021):||12.370.419|
|People vaccinated at least once:||8.602.339|
|Twice vaccinated people:||3.768.080|
|Fully vaccinated proportion of the population:||4,5 %|
Corona in Germany: Twelve million vaccine doses administered – the pace is still stagnating
Update from Friday, March 26th, 2021, 11:45 a.m .: According to the vaccination dashboard of the Federal Ministry of Health and the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), more than twelve million vaccine doses have now been administered in Germany – to be precise: 12,040,271. On Thursday (March 25th, 2021) 279,064 doses were inoculated, which is a smaller amount than on Wednesday (March 24th, 2021).
3,683,034 people in Germany are now fully vaccinated against the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus, which corresponds to 4.4 percent of the total population. According to the RKI, 8,357,237 people have received at least one primary vaccination, which is at least 10 percent of all German residents.
Corona in Germany: vaccination rate stagnates – so many doses are vaccinated per day
Update from Thursday, March 25th, 2021, 11:45 a.m .: As the federal government has announced, the Corona vaccinations in Germany move faster in the second quarter of the year. However, that is stagnating Impftempo currently still considerable. Again Spiegel reported, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported about 268,000 doses administered in one day.
This value was reached on Tuesday (23.03.2021) and thus four days after the short-term Astrazeneca vaccination freeze. Since 70.5 to 73.5 million Corona vaccination doses expected, significantly more people are to be vaccinated in the coming second quarter – this was announced by the Federal Ministry of Health on its website.
Corona vaccination campaign in Germany: so many doses have already been administered
Update from Wednesday, March 24th, 2021, 1:15 p.m .: In his current Impfquotenmonitoring the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) announced how many people in Germany have now been vaccinated against the corona virus. 11,454,526 vaccine doses from the manufacturers Biontech/Pfizer, Modern and Astrazeneca have already been administered in Germany.
3,516,986 people in Germany have complete protection – around 4.2 percent of the population. 9.5 percent of Germans have their first Vaccination dose receive. According to the RKI, that is 7,937,540 people.
Corona vaccination in numbers: More than eleven million vaccine doses have already been administered
Update from Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021, 3 p.m .: The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has in the current Impfquotenmonitoring the current numbers announced how many people are in Germany against Corona are vaccinated. A total of 11,115,062 vaccines from Biontech / Pfizer, Moderna and Astrazeneca have already been inoculated. 3,416,612 people in Germany already have full protection. This corresponds to around 4.1 percent of the total German population.
A first corona protection with the first Vaccination dose have 9.3 percent. In absolute terms that means that 7,698,450 theirs First vaccination have received. As the RKI reports, the current figures from Hesse have not been included in the monitoring, as no data was transmitted on Monday (March 22nd, 2021) due to a software change in the state of Hesse.
Corona vaccination in numbers: This is how many people in Germany have already been vaccinated
First report from Monday, March 22nd, 2021: Kassel – Corona has been an integral part of the headlines for months. Often this is about them vaccination against that Coronavirus. At the end of 2020, the vaccines were eagerly awaiting approval. Today there are four different vaccines in the ME authorized.
Just at the start of the vaccinations in Germany there was strong criticism of the vaccination procedure. Too slow and too little: that was the main tenor of the critics, but what do the facts say. How many people are currently vaccinated in Germany? How many receive a vaccination dose per day? We have summarized the numbers.
Vaccinations against Corona: Vaccinations have been taking place in Germany since the end of 2020
Since December 27th, 2020 in Germany vaccinated. In the Corona vaccination it is necessary that every person is given two doses of vaccine at a time interval between them. Only then is the full vaccination protection available. How long this time interval is depends on the type of vaccine.
Both mRNA vaccines The two vaccinations should be given 3 to 6 weeks apart. In the case of vaccines from BioNTech and Modern it concerns such mRNA vaccines. For vector-based vaccines such as from Astrazeneca and Johnson & Johnson recommends that Robert Koch Institute (RKI) an interval of 12 weeks. The vaccine from Johnson and Johnson differs from the other three vaccines – it is not currently used in Germany.
|Vaccines approved in the EU||Type of vaccine|
|Johnson & Johnson||Vector vaccine|
Corona vaccinations in numbers: In Germany, 4 percent of the population are vaccinated
Like the current state of Corona vaccinations in Germany can be tracked on the Department of Health’s COVID-19 vaccination dashboard. According to this are currently (as of March 22, 2021, 11:15 a.m.) in Germany 10,862,288 vaccine doses have been administered.
A complete Vaccination protection now have 3,345,215 people. That corresponds roughly 4 percent of the population in Germany. Around 9 percent of the population currently have at least one Corona vaccination receive.
Corona vaccination in Germany: Most vaccine doses have so far been given to older people
In the Corona vaccination certain groups are given preferential treatment. That sees the vaccination strategy in Germany so before. Accordingly, older people and people who work in health and care professions, for example, are preferably vaccinated. They show that too numbers, according to 46 percent of the previously used Vaccination doses used for people who fall into one of the preferred age group.
In figures, this means that 4,997,882 vaccinations were allotted to it. Of these, 1,652,390 were Second vaccinations. On people in Health and Nursing Professions accounted for 42.4 percent of the vaccine doses administered so far. Here were omitted 1.296.521 of the Corona vaccinations on Second vaccinations. On people with Pre-existing illness accounts for 5 percent of vaccination doses and 15 percent for people living in care facilities. (Lucas Maier)
Last stood the vaccine of Astrazeneca in the criticism and was even temporarily stopped – the reason for this were occasional rare occurrences Thrombosis in people vaccinated with Astrazeneca.
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