More than 1% of the population is vaccinated against COVID in Latvia. Neighbors have more

Over the past day, 822 people received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the second – 494, according to data from the National Health Service.

On Friday, more than 600 doctors and other medical workers, 135 residents and workers of social care centers, as well as 60 people from the high-risk group were vaccinated.

Since the start of vaccination at the end of December, 20,429 people received vaccines, including 15,920 completed vaccinations.

Meanwhile, sociologist Janis Hermanis posted on Twitter a graph with data on the vaccination progress in the Baltic countries until February 12.

It shows that neighbors are still ahead of Latvia in the implementation of vaccinations against COVID-19, while in Latvia more than 1% of the population has been vaccinated with at least one dose.

As previously reported, on February 10, vaccinations began in social care centers, and on February 11 and 12, the vaccinations were given to the highest officials of Latvia and former presidents.

Source: GOROD.LV – новости Даугавпилса by

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