COVID-19 illnesses are on the rise in the Dominican Republic, with a mean of 538 reported cases recorded each day. That’s 8% of a record, which was published on January 13 as the greatest day average ever.
Since the outbreak began, the nation has seen 586,926 illnesses and 4,377 coronavirus-related fatalities.
So far, the Dominican Republic has given out a minimum of 15,682,848 shots of COVID vaccination. Considering how each adult involves 2 dosages, that’s enough to defend roughly 73 percent of the nation’s people.
The Dominican Republic averaged roughly 3,025 dosages per day during the final week recorded. At that rate, delivering sufficient dosages for yet another ten percent of the people will take additional 711 days.