In Puerto Rico, at least 517,239 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered, according to data updated as of yesterday, Monday, by the Department of Health.
Of the doses recorded, 329,064 people have the first dose and 188,175 people have received both doses required by Pfizer and Moderna.
The Island has received 846,550 doses, of which 788,370 have been distributed to the different inoculation centers around Puerto Rico.
This amount is expected to increase in the near future, following emergency authorization from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the single-dose vaccine manufactured by Johnson & Johnson.
182,905 doses have been administered to teachers, 83,399 doses to teachers, 14,030 doses to correctional institutions, and 37,725 doses to long-term care homes.
The doses administered in the aegids amount to 4,184, while in the bedridden population the doses administered amount to 4,747. 2,735 doses have also been administered to people with Intellectual Disabilities.