The autonomous communities have administered 59.3% of the vaccines received, according to the daily monitoring report prepared by the Ministry of Health with data from regional governments. The percentage is slightly higher than the day before, when it had fallen to 53% on average. For the first time, the information includes Moderna’s vaccine, which arrived in Spain on Tuesday, although the Health report does not specify how many doses of each pharmaceutical have been administered, if it breaks down those delivered: 1,103,700 have been distributed from Pfizer dose, of Moderna 35,700. In total, the communities have already received 1,139,400 vaccines, of which 676,186 have been administered.
For the first time since this series was prepared, Madrid is not in the last position of administered vaccines. That position now corresponds to the Basque Country, which closes the table with 41.2% of the doses applied. Madrid is slightly above, with 41.6%, although the data on the vaccines applied to the latter are up to date as of today and those for the Basque Country are not, but the data on vaccines received (which theoretically causes the percentage of administered is lower). Only these two regions and Navarra (45.7%) do not exceed 50% of inoculated doses.
On the other hand, the Valencian Community continues to do its homework and continues for another day as the community with the best percentage of administered vaccines, with 85.2% of the doses it has received already inoculated. Behind, Asturias (79.4%) and Galicia (76%) complete the podium of the regions with the best data and Castilla y León is the fifth above 70%. All the others are below except the autonomous cities of Melilla, which was the only territory with 100% of the vaccines applied and has fallen to 91.1%, and Ceuta (75.6%).
Of the 17 autonomous communities, there are three with between 40% and 50% of the vaccines administered, nine between 50% and 60%, none between 60% and 70%, four between 70% and 80 % and one above that 80%.
In gross figures, Andalusia is the community that has given the most vaccines, with a total of 123,459, followed by Catalonia (105,587). The least are La Rioja, with 5,385, and Navarra, which has administered 8,314 doses.
The data on Wednesday left the Valencian Community as the most applied with vaccines (not counting the autonomous cities), with 77.5% of the doses administered, followed by Asturias (71%) and Galicia (67%).