According to the National Institute of Public Health, a total of 6,905,604 people received at least one dose of the vaccine.
This figure corresponds to approximately 60 percent of the total population and 75 percent of people over the age of 18.
In the country where 3 million 829 thousand 652 people are fully vaccinated, this figure corresponds to 33 percent of the total population and 41.5 percent of the adult population.
In Belgium, where the most people died in the epidemic compared to the population in Europe, the government had loosened restrictions in some areas such as the food and beverage sector and collective activities, with the number of new daily cases falling to the numbers recorded last summer (650).
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