Vaccine: Europe has launched a tool to monitor vaccination in its member countries

The vaccination campaign is observed with a magnifying glass. The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) on Monday launched a tool to track Kovid-19 vaccination across Europe, giving an overview of the development of vaccination campaigns across the country.

The European Center, which brings together 27 countries in the European Union as well as Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland, published the first series of data on its website in the morning, though still incomplete. While member states should report their figures twice a week, some, including France, have not yet provided national figures.

Administered over 8 million doses

According to data collected so far by the agency, 8.23 ​​million doses of the vaccine have been administered in its member states, although the number is actually much higher, she warns.

“In this first phase of immunization campaigns, tracking the number of doses delivered by countries and the doses received by individuals provides useful insights into the progress of vaccination and vaccination campaigns,” he said in a statement.

“It also provides an estimate of the first indication on the use of the vaccine for the first and second doses for each population targeted by national immunization recommendations,” the center said.

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