The total number of people vaccinated against the coronavirus in Brazil reached (31) 2,051,295 people this Sunday, according to data collected by press outlets with the state health departments. This represents less than 1% of the Brazilian population.
Only 11 states reported the number of vaccinations this Sunday to the consortium, made up of vehicles Folha, UOL, O Estado de S. Paulo, Extra, O Globo, and G1.They were: AM, BA, MG, MT, PA, PB, PI, RJ, RN, RS, and SP.
The vaccines available in Brazil are CoronaVac, a Butantan vaccine in partnership with the pharmaceutical company Sinovac, and the vaccine from Fiocruz, developed by the partnership between the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca.
The total number of people who received the first dose represents 1.27% of the Brazilian population over 18 years old, and 0.97% in relation to the country's total population.
In relation to the total available doses, the number of immunized represents 24.43%.
Translated by Kiratiana Freelon