Europe received and administered nearly 17 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine last week, according to a regular report that showed a total of 116 million doses had been given as the immunization campaign in the region accelerated.
A total of 134 million doses have been shipped to countries in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA), corresponding to 35,9 doses per 100 inhabitants, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
The figures are included in the ECDC weekly report, published today, which covers the week ending last Sunday. https://covid19-vaccine-report.ecdc.europa.eu.
The most frequently updated Vaccine Tracker website today shows that a total of 135 million doses have been sent to the EU and the EEA, of which 117 have been disbursed.
On average, 23,3% of adults in the EU and EEA had received a first dose by last Sunday, while 8,4% had been fully vaccinated, which typically means they had received a second dose.
By contrast, 62% of Israelis have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, 49% in Britain and 40% in the US, according to the website. Our World In Data .