Vaccination in France: How many people are vaccinated as of Friday 16 April 2021

Published by Julie M. · Published on 16 April 2021 at 19h30 · Updated on 16 April 2021 at 19h30
How many people have been given the first dose of Covid-19 vaccine in France? What are the regions vaccinating the most? This Friday 16 April 2021, here are how many people have been given the first dose, and been fully vaccinated in France since December 27, 2020. Keep reading to find out more about the number of people vaccinated per region.

This  Thursday 15 April 2021 (consolidated data), 11,982,970 people have been given the first dose of the vaccine in France, namely 17.90% of the population4,269,590  people have been given the second dose of vaccine, namely 6.40% of the population.

Number of people given the first dose per region in France:

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes : 1,424,708
  • Bourgogne-Franche-Comté : 547,435
  • Bretagne : 671,010
  • Centre-Val-de-Loire : 461,162
  • Corse : 84,842
  • Grand Est : 1,019,986
  • Hauts-de-France : 1,094,807
  • Ile-de-France : 1,802,009 
  • Normandie : 655,392 
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine : 1,261,921  
  • Occitanie : 1,152,833 
  • Pays de la Loire : 653,538  
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : 1,030,930 
  • Guyane : 14,584
  • Martinique : 27,499
  • La Réunion : 52,621
  • Mayotte : 11,493

Percentage of the people per region given the first dose of vaccine in France:

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes : 17.70 % 
  • Bourgogne-Franche-Comté : 19.70 %
  • Bretagne : 20.10 %
  • Centre-Val-de-Loire : 18.00 %
  • Corse : 24.60 %
  • Grand Est : 18.50 %
  • Hauts-de-France : 18.40 %
  • Ile-de-France : 14.70 %
  • Normandie : 19.80 %
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine : 21.00 %
  • Occitanie : 19.50 %
  • Pays de la Loire : 17.20 %
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : 20.40 %
  • Guyane : 5.00 %
  • Martinique : 7.70 %
  • La Réunion : 6.10 %
  • Mayotte : 4.10 %

Number of people given the second dose per region in France:

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes : 494,702
  • Bourgogne-Franche-Comté : 213,505
  • Bretagne : 229,787
  • Centre-Val-de-Loire : 170,620
  • Corse : 35,104
  • Grand Est : 395,371
  • Hauts-de-France : 368,178
  • Ile-de-France : 641,381
  • Normandie : 236,676
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine : 427,797
  • Occitanie : 397,609
  • Pays de la Loire : 220,735
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : 382,612
  • Guyane : 6,963
  • Martinique : 7,452
  • La Réunion : 28,280
  • Mayotte : 5,783

Percentage of the people per region given the second dose of vaccine in France:

  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes : 6.20 %
  • Bourgogne-Franche-Comté : 7.70 %
  • Bretagne : 6.90 %
  • Centre-Val-de-Loire : 6.70 %
  • Corse : 10.20 %
  • Grand Est : 7.20 %
  • Hauts-de-France : 6.20 %
  • Ile-de-France : 5.20 %
  • Normandie : 7.20 %
  • Nouvelle-Aquitaine : 7.10 %
  • Occitanie : 6.70 %
  • Pays de la Loire : 5.80 %
  • Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur : 7.60 %
  • Guyane : 2.40 %
  • Martinique : 2.10 %
  • La Réunion : 3.30 %
  • Mayotte : 2.10 %

Vaccine is currently made available to people aged 75+ living in nursing homes, and to caregivers, firefighters and home helpers aged 50+. Since January 18, people over 75 not living in nursing homes are allowed to get vaccinated. They can sign up and book an appointment in the vaccination center near them.

Since the vaccine campaign debuted - namely on December 27, 2020 - in France, 11,982,970 people have been given the first dose of vaccine, and 4,269,590 second doses have been given (provisional data, waiting for consolidation). People vaccinated are part of the targets given priority as planned by the health authorities:

  • elderly people in nursing homes or chronic care facility (0.6 million people)
  • people over 75 years of age (5.5 million people)
  • health caregivers (2.2 million people)
  • vulnerable people at a very high risk of developing severe diseases as mentioned by the vaccination strategy guidance committee (0.8 million people)
  • firefighters (0.3 million people)
  • home helpers for disabled people or elderly people (0.4 million people)
  • vulnerable disabled people living in medical houses or specialized houses (<0.1 million people)

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