Sinaloa ranks 4th in vaccinating its population


82 percent of the population over 18 years of age in the state has already received at least one dose of the biological; Mexico City, Querétaro, and Quintana Roo top the statistics

The Ministry of Health reported that there are  58 million 906 thousand 303 inhabitants of legal age who have received at least one dose of the vaccine against COVID-19, of which 60 percent already have a complete scheme and 40 percent. One hundred have half a scheme, so they are awaiting the second dose.

The people vaccinated with at least one dose the equivalent of 66 percent of the adult population, or to 46.7 percent of the total population in Mexico.

By entity,  Mexico City remains the one with the highest number of people over 18 years of age who have received at least one dose, with a coverage of 92 percent.

Querétaro follows , with 88 percent; Quintana Roo, 86 percent; Sinaloa, 82 percent, while Baja California and Baja California Sur have coverage of 80 percent each.

So far, the federal government has received 103 million 296 thousand 665 vaccines from seven different brands and the application of at least 87 million 14 thousand 220 has been reported.


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