Posted: Saturday, January 22, 2022. 10:20 am CST.
Photo Credit: MOHW
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: So far, a total of 212,355 persons have received the first dose of multiple-dose vaccines according to the Ministry of Health and Wellness in its COVID-19 Vaccination Daily Report for Friday, January 21, 2021. That’s 65 more than the day before.
Additionally, according to the PAHO update of January 19, 2022, 19,705 had received a single dose vaccine (Janssen). That puts the total who have received at least one dose at 232,060.
Out of that number, 202, 516 are now fully vaccinated; 168 more when compared to Thursday’s report.
The number of persons 12-17 years of age who are fully vaccinated is now at 24,791 persons, 36 more than Thursday.
In the 18-Years-and-older category, 233 persons got vaccinated from Tuesday to Wednesday.
The MOHW said that so far 27,606 persons have received a booster shot. That number increased by 904 over Thursday’s report. 1,810 have received a booster over the last two days.
Meanwhile, the MOHW keeps encouraging everyone to get vaccinated and advising Belizeans who are already vaccinated to get a booster.
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