Canary Islands, in the tail car of pediatric vaccination against covid
The archipelago, with 51.5% of children between 5 and 11 years of age with at least one dose, is the sixth community with the lowest vaccination coverage
pediatric vaccination in the Canary Islands It is reaching its peak and, currently, on the islands there are 80,410 boys and girls between five and eleven years old with at least one dose of the covid vaccine. This means that 51.5% of the population of these ages has already been vaccinated, which places the islands in the tail end of vaccination coverage.
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