192 new cases of coronavirus identified – a fifth of the population has completed the full course of vaccination
192 new cases of coronavirus infection were detected in Finland per day.
According to the THL Department of Health and Human Development, 800 more infections have been detected in the past two weeks than in the previous 14 days. The total number of coronavirus cases has risen to 96,400.
The incidence rate has risen to 35, while a fortnight ago it was at 20.
One fifth of the Finnish population has been fully vaccinated
According to THL, exactly 20% of the population, or 1.1 million people, have received both doses of the vaccine so far. The first vaccination was given to 3.3 million inhabitants of the country. This corresponds to 60% of the population.
Among the regions, the highest vaccine coverage is now in South Savo, where about 69% of residents are vaccinated.