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Parana up to 65% of the population vaccinated with two doses

Paraná this week reached the mark of 14 million vaccines against COVID-19 that have been applied to the entire population. Secondly Localiza SUS بيانات data, more than 5.7 million people have completed the two-dose or single-dose vaccine schedule.

This number represents 65% of the adult population, which until recently was the only one eligible to receive vaccinations. Looking at only the first dose, there are 8.3 million people vaccinated, which is 95% of people over 18 years of age.

“Every vaccine that is applied is a cause of joy for all of us. Paraná’s Minister of State for Health, Beto Prieto, stated that we are winning battles, but we have not yet won the war.

“We need to maintain care and continue vaccination, so that in the near future we can celebrate the end of this pandemic.”

Vaccination against COVID-19 in Paraná: results

With the advancement of vaccination against Covid-19 disease, especially among the fully vaccinated population (with two doses or one dose), the main indicators of the epidemic began to recede.

September was the month with the lowest number of deaths due to complications from the Corona virus since November 2020. In addition, the number of people hospitalized in intensive care unit and ward beds has decreased significantly.

This week, for the first time in a year, the occupancy of beds reserved exclusively for Covid-19 patients recorded an occupancy rate of less than 50%, even as many spaces were deactivated, which began to cater to other cases.

The Paraná Ministry of Health warns that only positive data will remain in cooperation with the population. Minister Beto Brito emphasizes that the peak of immunization is only reached after the second dose, and therefore cannot be ignored.

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Likewise, those who have not yet received the first dose should head to health centers as soon as possible.

“There is no doubt that immunity protects against infection and reduces the exacerbation of Covid-19 disease. This small minority of less than 2% of those who have not yet been vaccinated should look for a health unit and ensure their dose,” he said.