‘After the campaign boost that number of Japanese have already received at least one drug, which started slowly and inconsistently.
The Asian country manages an average of 485,752 levels a day, four times higher than it was in early May, according to data from the Prime Minister’s Office.
However, only 8.2 percent of the island’s 125.4 million people are vaccinated, although this number is expected to increase exponentially as more mass vaccination centers open.
As researchers believe the success of the vaccination program will be crucial to his political survival, Suka has set an ambitious target of delivering one million injections a day by the end of this month.
Japan wants to complete the vaccination for the elderly by the end of July, and estimates show that the government will reach the target by then or in mid-August.
According to officials, they were able to save 344 million doses, which is enough to vaccinate their entire population, with 220 million Pfizer-Bioentech, Moderna and Astrogenega varieties to be delivered in September.
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