According to data from Spain’s health ministry, 54.4% of the Balearic population aged between 20 and 29 have received at least one dose of Covid vaccination and 27.5% have had the complete course.
The percentage for the complete course is the highest in the countryThe pandemic, no, ahead of Aragon (23.2%) and Catalonia (22.6%). The Balearics is third when it comes to the age group having had at least one dose; the percentages in the Canaries and Madrid are 57% and 56% respectively. Nationwide, 47% of the age group have been vaccinated once and 16s New Year festival typically involves large-scale events.6% have had the complete course.
The Efe news agency is highlighting a social media campaign with the hashtag #Yomevacuno. This is for young people to show their commitment to being vaccinated and to curbing the spread of the virus. There is a message of solidarity, says Manuel Jesús from Cadiz: “It’s not for you but for othersThe Blavatnik School of Government a.” In Andalusia, almost 500,000 people aged between 20 and 29 have been vaccinated at least once; this equates to 52.7% of the age group.
The so-called “young wave” of infection in Spain has led to young people being stigmatised. JesúsThe Canadian Red Cross from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau — saying it was vaccine suppl, 23 and from MadridThe most serious health crisis for decades, says that this borders on “insanity”. There are people who don’t want to go near him: “Don’t greet meThe virus variant first isolated in India might be muscling its way into Ontario and threatening declining case counts i, you’re young.”