Dark red shades are parts of Croatia with a lower percentage of vaccination (up to 19%). In comparison, parts with slightly higher vaccination are marked shades of orange and light orange (up to 29 and 39%), followed by yellow and light yellow (up to 49 and 59%), reports Jutarnji List.
Thus, the map shows that the coastal part of Croatia is less vaccinated than the continental areas. Among the counties, Varaždin is the most vaccinated (47.33% vaccinated with the second dose), and Split-Dalmatia is the least vaccinated (33% with the second dose).
The map also shows the vaccination rate of municipalities.
Only the municipality of Sali in Zadar County is green on the map of those vaccinated with the second dose, which means that it has vaccinated over 60% of the population, in their case, 65.47% of people.
The weakest vaccination rates are in Vrhovine in Lika (17.92%), in Bjelovar-Bilogora County – in Zrinski Topolovac (18.47%), and Đulovac (19.03%) as well as in Split-Dalmatia County in Dicmo (19.15%), and Otok (18.67%).
As for the four largest cities, the best is Rijeka (47.85 %) and Osijek (47.65%). Zagreb is at 44.59% and Split at 35.5%.
You can see the map HERE.
On Saturday, December 4, 4,465 cases were reported positive, whereas another 54 COVID patients died, bringing the COVID-related death toll to 11,150. In addition, 11,717 coronavirus tests were conducted.
There are 31,348 active cases in Croatia 2,382 are receiving hospital treatment, including 317 patients on ventilators.
Since the first registered case of infection on February 25, 2020, 628,241 people have been infected, and 585,743 of them have recovered, including 4,712 on Saturday.
Over 4.2 million vaccine doses against coronavirus have been administered in Croatia. So far, 54.29% of the total population have got at least a jab or nearly 65% of adults.
Furthermore, 58.13% of adults have been fully vaccinated.
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