About 41% of the Romanians vaccinated against COVID
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A little over 41% of the total population of Romania, of 19.3 million inhabitants, is vaccinated against COVID-19, more than a year after the beginning of the vaccination campaign in our country, the coordinator of the vaccination campaign doctor Valeriu Gheorghiță announced on Wednesday, according to a report by Romania Journal.
According to Gheorghiță, 41.3% of the general population and 47% eligible population (over 12 years old) and 49.5% adult population (over 18 years old) is vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
The highest vaccination rate – over 52% – is among people between the ages of 40 and 70. Among people over the age of 80, the most vulnerable to the disease, the vaccination rate is 26%.
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