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COVID-19: Good news!  Peru exceeds 40 million doses applied against the coronavirus

COVID-19: Peru exceeds 40 million doses applied against the coronavirus. (Photo: Minsa)

Peru and its work against COVID-19. It is not news to indicate that the Peru has been one of the countries hardest hit by pandemic, due to the high death rate per million people. However, it must be emphasized that to date the South American country has more than 40 million doses applied nationwide.

The information was issued by the Ministry of Health (Minsa) and the Single National Repository of Health Information (Reunis), in which it is verified that the exact number of vaccines applied is 40 million 086,179, of which 22 million 075,382 doses correspond to a first dose, 17 million 520,900 to a second dose and 489,897 were administered as booster doses.

With this we can affirm that more than 17 and a half million people are already fully immunized against COVID-19 in Peru. This amount is equivalent to 63% of those vaccinated in the Andean country.

Likewise, it is important to mention that during the vaccination campaign of the Yesterday, 78,217 people were vaccinated, of which 26,308 citizens received their first dose, 42,018 the second dose and 9,891 the third dose.

Remember that the group considered for immunizations against COVID-19 in Peru are men and women over 12 years old, who are called as ‘the target group’ and make up the 28 million 024,250 citizens in the southern country.

The information was updated by the health institution until 6:03 p.m. on November 23.

COVID-19: Good news!  Peru exceeds 40 million doses applied against the coronavirus
Vaccination process in Peru until November 23. (Photo: Minsa)


For this information, we rely on public data from the Single Repository of Health Information (Reunis), updated until 6:03 p.m. on November 23. Next, we will present the 5 regions with the highest and lowest amount of population vaccinated with both doses.

Five regions with the highest rate of vaccinated

– Ica with 73.1% of its population vaccinated

– Arequipa with 70.5% of its population vaccinated

– Callao with 69.6% of its population vaccinated

– Lima with 69.4% of its population vaccinated

– Ancash with 67.9% of its population vaccinated

Five regions with the lowest percentage of vaccinated

– Madre de Dios with 33.5% of its population vaccinated

– Puno with 38.0% of its population vaccinated

– Loreto with 38.9% of its population vaccinated

– Ucayali with 40.3% of its population vaccinated

– Amazonas with 46.6% of its population vaccinated

Until now Only 3 regions (Ica, Arequipa and Lima provinces) were those that exceeded 70% of vaccinated with two doses. On the other hand, the regions that have not yet managed to pass 50% of those immunized are Huánuco (46.8%) and Ayacucho (47.6%), along with the last five in the ranking.


Former Deputy Minister of Health, Percy Minaya gave an interview to the RPP program ‘Ampliación de Noticias’ and indicated that, despite the accelerated rate of vaccination, cases continue to increase rapidly, especially in the capital.

“All the indicators suggest that we are already in the course of that third wave. The cases have been increasing approximately five weeks ago, from five to six weeks ago, and progressively we see that the ICU beds they get busy. The minister pointed out that 60% of the ICU beds They are busy and that there is also an increase in the rate of positivity of the cases and this can be found in the indicators that the country is showing”, He expressed.

The specialist assured that Peru can take the European experience as an example, where some countries vaccination rate it is close to 90% but they continue in a “fragile” situation.


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