COVID-19 vaccination in Senegal

COVID-19 vaccination in Senegal
Date23 February 2021 - present
LocationSenegal
CauseCOVID-19 pandemic

On 23 February 2021, Senegal began its national vaccination program against the COVID-19.[1] As of 10 March, 68,205 people in Senegal have been able to be vaccinated.[2][3]

History

Timeline

February 2021

On 23 February 2021,[4] Senegal began its national vaccination program against COVID-19 using the Sinopharm BIBP vaccine.[5]

March 2021

By the end of the month 309,128 vaccine doses had been administered, including 260,754 first doses.

April 2021

By the end of the month 470,009 vaccine doses had been administered, including 406,981 first doses.

May 2021

By the end of the month more than half a million vaccine doses had been administered, including 456,135 first doses.

June 2021

By the end of the month 0.7 million vaccine doses had been administered, including 0.5 million first doses.

July 2021

By the end of the month 1.1 million vaccine doses had been administered while 806,510 persons had been vaccinated.[6]

August 2021

By the end of the month 1.6 million vaccine doses had been administered while 1,167,364 persons had been vaccinated.[7]

September 2021

By the end of the month 1.8 million vaccine doses had been administered while 1,251,403 persons had been vaccinated.[8]

October 2021

By the end of the month 1.9 million vaccine doses had been administered, including 1.3 million first doses, and 13% of the targeted population had been fully vaccinated.

November 2021

By the end of the month 1.9 million vaccine doses had been administered, including 1.3 million first doses, and 13% of the targeted population had been fully vaccinated.

December 2021

By the end of the month 1.9 million vaccine doses had been administered, including 1.3 million first doses, and 14% of the targeted population had been fully vaccinated.

January 2022

By the end of the month 1.9 million vaccine doses had been administered, including 1.3 million first doses, and 14% of the targeted population had been fully vaccinated.

Vaccine in order

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Sinopharm BIBPGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg 23 February 2021
Oxford–AstraZenecaGreen check.svg YesGreen check.svg Yes

Progress

Cumulative vaccinations[3] The following figure presents the cumulative number of people in Senegal who have been vaccinated (vertical axis) since the starting date of vaccinations in Senegal (horizontal axis: date)

References

  1. ^ AfricaNews (18 February 2021). "Senegal Kicks Off COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign with China's Sinopharm". Africanews. Retrieved 12 March 2021.
  2. ^ "One year after the start of the pandemic in Senegal, the country will receive a first batch of 324,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine through the COVAX initiative - Senegal". ReliefWeb. Retrieved 12 March 2021.
  3. ^ a b "owid/covid-19-data". GitHub. Retrieved 12 March 2021.
  4. ^ AfricaNews (23 February 2021). "Senegal begins covid-19 vaccination with doses from China's Sinopharm". Africanews. Retrieved 12 March 2021.
  5. ^ "Senegal: total COVID-19 vaccine doses 2021". Statista. Retrieved 12 March 2021.
  6. ^ "Sénégal : 1045 nouveaux cas testés positifs au coronavirus, 382 nouveaux guéris, 20 nouveaux décès et 76 cas graves en réanimation". Dakaractu (in French). 31 July 2021. Retrieved 2 August 2021.
  7. ^ Ndaw, Amadou (31 August 2021). "31 août au Sénégal: 52 nouveaux cas, 05 décès, 31 cas graves pour 72.805 cas au total". Dakar-Echo (in French). Retrieved 1 September 2021.
  8. ^ "Covid-19Sn: aucun cas de décès, 11 nouvelles contaminations et 6 cas graves en réanimation". PressAfrik (in French). 30 September 2021. Retrieved 10 October 2021.

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