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Vaccine: Brittany received 4.9% of the doses distributed in France – The vaccination campaign in questions

Operation transparency. To answer to the criticism of the lack of vaccine doses in vaccination centers, the Ministry of Health published on Friday evening a first burst of data on the distribution of these doses in France.

We learn that to date, France has received a total of 1,930,000 doses of vaccine: 1,879,000 from Pfizer and 51,600 from Moderna. 80.5% of these portions have already been redistributed in the regions.

Four regions have Moderna vaccine

The Île-de-France region arrogates the most doses: 13% of the batch (i.e. 202,400 portions), followed by Nouvelle-Aquitaine (11.4%, 177,330) and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (10.8%, 168,500 doses).

The latter, as well as Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Grand Est and Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, benefit from Moderna stock. These are also the territories where the virus is currently circulating the most.

4.9% of the stock in Brittany

Brittany has received 76,540 doses to date, i.e. 4.9% of the batch. All come from the Pfizer laboratory, with Moderna bottles not due to arrive in the region until February. Relative to the population, this stock makes it possible to vaccinate 2 Bretons out of 100.

As of January 21, 38,550 people in Brittany have received at least one dose of the vaccine. There are 15,043 in Ille-et-Vilaine, 11,429 in Finistère, 6,991 in Morbihan and 5,087 in Côtes d’Armor.

Other data on vaccination, more detailed, should be published on Saturday by the Ministry of Health. They will relate in particular to the state of deliveries and stocks, this time at the level of departments and vaccination centers, as was committed Olivier Veran, the Minister of Health, a few days ago.

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