Berlin (dpa) - In Germany, 30.6 percent of people have received at least one corona vaccination.

This emerges from the vaccination rate monitoring carried out by the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) on Thursday (as of May 6, 9.45 a.m.).

So far, 8.6 percent of the population has received full vaccination protection.

On Wednesday, around 1.1 million (1,092,765) vaccinations were reported.

As Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU) announced on Twitter, this was the second day after the start of the vaccination campaign in Germany when the number of vaccine doses administered was seven digits.

The highest daily value since the start of the vaccination campaign was reached on Wednesday last week with 1,116,608 vaccinations.

All in all, all vaccination centers have administered almost 32.6 million doses so far, of which almost 25.5 million for first vaccinations and a good 7.1 million for second vaccinations.


The vaccination rate varies depending on the federal state.

The Saarland has the highest quota of at least first vaccinated persons at 34.3 percent.

With 27.2 percent, Brandenburg is slightly behind the other federal states.

Of around 35.7 million vaccine doses delivered, 91.3 percent have so far been used.

The vaccination campaign in Germany started at the end of last year.

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RKI vaccination rate monitoring

Tweet from the Federal Minister of Health