According to data from the regional health department as of March 25, 58,172 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been delivered to the Vladimir region since the start of vaccination. The first dose was given to 48,199 residents of the region, and 36,388 people were vaccinated with both components. Thus, by the end of March only 3.2% of the adult population in the region had been fully vaccinated (ProVladimir took as the number of adults the data of the regional election commission on the number of voters).
On the one hand, this is an extremely low figure. Such a vaccination rate makes it impossible to achieve population immunity in the foreseeable future. On the other hand, the data of all-Russian statistics as of March 23 are even less consoling: only 2.02% of citizens received both components of the vaccine.
Among the municipalities, the leader in terms of rates of the first phase of vaccination is Raduzhny, where 6.76% of adult residents have been vaccinated. In Vladimir the figure is 4.87%. The worst vaccination rates in the first phase are in Sobinsky district (2.75%), Kolchuginsky district (2.65%) and Alexandrovsky district (2.25%).
The statistics of the percentage of fully vaccinated citizens from the adult population generally repeats the previous one. Raduzhny is again the leader (5.04%), while Kolchuginsky, Sobinsky and Alexandrovsky districts are the outsiders.
There should be at least 21 days between the first and second dose of the vaccine for medical indications. 83% of all vaccinated in the region received both components, indicating that the vaccination rate at least did not increase in March.
|Adult population||Number of vaccine doses received||Vaccinated Stage 1||Vaccinated fully||Percentage fully vaccinated, %||Percentage who received 1 dose, %|
|District of Murom.||99312||7490||6205||4696||4.728532||6.247986.|
Earlier, Vladimir’s Mayor’s Office had long reported incorrect vaccination statistics in the regional center. The reason for the error was incorrect calculations by the press service employees. The number of people who received the second dose of the vaccine was added up to the number of those vaccinated with the second component. Although the latter had already been counted among the former.