Numbers updated 17th April 2021.
The objective here is to give you information about Covid vaccinations in The Canaries, to show which groups residents of Lanzarote fall into, and the relative progress on Covid vaccinations for each group. We’ll update regularly.
The government has said all residents will receive the vaccination and the aim is to have at least 70% of the population of the island vaccinated by summer 2021.
Spain is following the “two jabs within three weeks protocol,” and therefore the numbers published are for people fully vaccinated with both jabs. Numbers are for The Canaries as a whole.
474,665 doses have been administered in the islands. The daily total is around 18,000 per day currently.
A total of 124,296 people have received both Covid vaccinations, meaning 8,28% of the adult population are fully immunised with both jabs.
There have been no cases so far of allergic reaction.
The process is that residents will be contacted by the local health centre at which they are registered when it’s time for their vaccination.
These are specific numbers that were issued for Lanzarote on 17th April 2021.
A total of 41,886 doses have been administered in Lanzarote, and so far 11.752 people have received both doses and are fully immunised. That represents 9% of the target population.
Population Groups To Have Covid Vaccinations
Group 1. Residents and health and social health personnel who work in homes for the elderly and care for large dependents. Complete.
Group 2. Front-line personnel in the health and social-health field. Complete.
Group 3. Other health and social health personnel: 100% with one dose and 26% with two doses
- Group 3A. Hospital and PC personnel not considered in group 2.
Dentistry, dental hygiene and other staff.
- Group 3B. Public Health services personnel-management and response to the pandemic.
Health and social health personnel not previously vaccinated.
Physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacy offices, dental technicians
- Group 3C. Rest of health and social health personnel not previously vaccinated.
Group 4. Large non-institutionalized dependents. 100% with one dose and 89.96% with two doses
Group 5. Senior groups. 56.93% with one dose and 10.65% with two doses.
- Group 5A. People aged 80 and over. 98.21% with one dose and 28.80% with two doses.
- Group 5B. People from 70 to 79 years old. This group is currently receiving Pfizer vaccine.
- Group 5C. People from 60 to 69 years old. The 60 to 65 age group is currently receiving the Astra Zeneca First jab.
Group 6. Groups with an essential function for society. 28.52% with one dose
- Group 6A. Security Forces and Bodies, Emergencies and Armed Forces.
- Group 6B. Teachers and staff of early childhood education and special education.
- Group 6C. Teachers and staff of primary and secondary education.
Group 7. People under 60 years of age with high risk conditions for severe COVID-19. 28.52% with one dose.
Group 8. People aged 56-59 years.
Group 9. People aged 45-55 years.
Further groups for younger residents to have Covid Vaccinations will be announced in due course.
You can see the latest numbers of active cases on the island here: Coronavirus in Lanzarote.