The weekly report of the General Directorate of Health (DGS) registers 8,862,628 people with complete vaccination, which corresponds to 86% of the population, which represents a slight advance compared to 85% of the previous week.
The total number of people with at least one dose of the received recommendation is 9,011,536, which represents 87% of the population.
Vaccination coverage by age group demonstrates that a population over 65 years of age is fully immunized, with 100% of residents in Portugal receiving the two doses received.
Between the ages of 50 and 64, all people have at least one dose, with only 1% of this population to be inoculated with a second dose, with 2,146,914 (99%) fully vaccinated.
Between the ages of 25 and 49, 96% of the universe (3,183,886 people) has at least one dose of the vaccine, with 93% of this age group already fully vaccinated.
It is among the youngest that vaccination coverage is lowest, but still always above 85%.
Between 18 and 24 years of age, 92% of people are vaccinated with at least one dose and 89% with two doses.
Between 12 and 17 years old 89% have at least one dose of the vaccine and 86% the complete vaccination.
Portugal already known more than 21.4 million doses of vaccines and distributed and distributed almost 16.6 million.
An analysis of vaccination coverage by region shows that the Algarve is an area of the country that is lagging behind in the process, with 80% of people fully vaccinated.
In Lisbon and Vale do Tejo there are 84% of the population with complete vaccination, in Alentejo and Centro 87% and in the North 88%.
In the two autonomous regions, Azores and Madeira, vaccination coverage is 83% of the population with complete vaccination.
In Portugal, since March 2020, 18,141 people have died and 1,086,280 cases of infection have been recorded, according to data from the General Directorate of Health.