UPDATED11:03
at least partly vaccinated
3,448,561
persons
30.01%
of the population
fully vaccinated
1,059,852
persons
9.22%
of the population
since previous update
+ 146,175
1st of 2 doses
+ 85,100
latest dose
+ 61,075
Doses delivered
5,056,403
06-05
+ 76,800
MOD
03-05
+ 361,530
PFI
02-05
+ 386,400
AST
Doses administered
4,490,660
1st of 2 doses
latest dose
total
07-05
+ 56,956
+ 36,116
+ 93,072
06-05
+ 73,196
+ 69,668
+ 142,864
05-05
+ 74,224
+ 70,959
+ 145,183
SOURCE: sciensano
Doses in stock
553,515
lost doses
4,198
emergency stock
8,030

By age group

In this graph, persons who have since been fully vaccinated are no longer counted among the number of partially vaccinated persons. The percentage shows the number of persons within the relevant age group who have received at least 1 dose.
85+
88.17%
65-84
89.23%
45-64
32.48%
18-44
12.35%
0-17
0.13%
fully vaccinated
only partly vaccinated

By gender

In this graph, persons who have since been fully vaccinated are no longer counted with the number of partially vaccinated persons. The percentage shows the number of persons of the respective sex who received at least 1 dose.
F
33.91%
M
25.98%
fully vaccinated
only partly vaccinated

Transit time of a vaccine

The transit time between delivery and administration of vaccines. The calculation can be done in 2 ways. The first possibility is a calculation based on the time a dose was available for administration. A second way is to look at how long it takes for a delivery to be fully administered. Both graphs are available.

Surplus after transit time

The number of doses that were not administered in a timely manner within the predetermined turnaround time. Thus, the result is the number of doses that have not yet been administered after the lead time has passed.

By region

The registration of vaccinations is based on the place of residence of the vaccinated person. That is why the data below give a distorted picture. We know that many doctors, nurses, care workers and police officers who live in Flanders and Wallonia have received their vaccine at their workplace in Brussels. The figures for the actual number of doses administered in Brussels can be found on the website of the GGC Brussels: coronavirus.brussels/nl/vaccinatiebarometer-covid-brussels-2/
Flanders
Vaccinated
2,042,949
30.82%
of which fully
600,159
9.05%
Wallonia
Vaccinated
1,067,765
29.93%
of which fully
357,379
10.02%
Brussels
Vaccinated
280,601
23.03%
of which fully
87,670
7.20%
Ostbelgien
Vaccinated
26,614
34.14%
of which fully
7,515
9.64%
Percentages relative to the entire population of the region. Vaccinations that cannot be assigned to a region: 1st dose: 12,879 – 2nd dose: 7,129
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Manufacturers

Pfizer/BioNTech
Approved on 21/12
Minimum age
16
Doses
2 / pers.
Ordered
12,500,000
Delivered
3,162,803
 
(25.30%)
Good for vaccinating 6,250,000 people
Moderna
Approved on 06/01
Minimum age
18
Doses
2 / pers.
Ordered
5,800,000
Delivered
510,000
 
(8.79%)
Good for vaccinating 2,900,000 people
AstraZeneca/Oxford
Approved on 29/01
Minimum age
18
Doses
2 / pers.
Ordered
7,740,000
Delivered
1,317,600
 
(17.02%)
Good for vaccinating 3,870,000 people
Johnson&Johnson
Approved on 11/03
Minimum age
18
Doses
1 / pers.
Ordered
5,160,000
Delivered
66,000
 
(1.28%)
Good for vaccinating 5,160,000 people
Curevac
Under development
Minimum age
Doses
2 / pers.
Ordered
2,900,000
Delivered
0
 
(0.00%)
Good for vaccinating 1,450,000 people

Updates

03/02
Added the new order of 3.8 million doses of the Moderna vaccine. SOURCE
27/01
The number of doses delivered from Pfizer has been aligned with the Task Force press release. The number of doses delivered from Moderna has been aligned with the FAMHP's report. SOURCE
20/01
The number of doses delivered by Pfizer was retroactively adjusted on the basis of the delivery tables that De Tijd was able to inspect. SOURCE
19/01
As of 19/01, we use sciensano data for the number of vaccines administered. Historical data have been adjusted accordingly. The Sciensano data come from the registrations in VACCINNET+ and are therefore actual numbers administered. The accuracy of the figures depends on the speed of registrations in this system. SOURCE
18/01
Figures for the number of vaccines administered through 16/01 have been updated based on the Task Force report. SOURCE
14/01
The figures for the number of vaccinations in the week of January 4 have been adjusted based on the rectification of Zorg en Gezondheid. SOURCE
09/01
As of 10/01, we count 6 instead of 5 doses per bottle for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines after advice from the European Medicines Agency. SOURCE

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