More than a month after the first vaccinations were carried out and several weeks since the data was first promised, on January 24th, Switzerland finally released a cantonal summary of vaccinations.
The data gives an indication as to the progress of each canton’s vaccination drives.
The figures below are up to date as to Wednesday, March 31st.
Switzerland is releasing up-to-date information on vaccines once per week, with Health Minister Alain Berset promising to eventually do so twice a week.
The following figures refer to the amount of vaccine doses delivered per 100 residents in each canton.
Who is vaccinating fastest – and who is lagging behind?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the smallest cantons have hit the ground running when it comes to vaccinations – although it is Switzerland’s southern-most canton which has vaccinated the highest share of people.
The Italian-speaking canton of Ticino has 24.55 delivered doses per 100,000 residents. Only Ticino and Schaffhausen (24.44) have more than 24 doses per 100 residents.
Switzerland’s nationwide average is 20.15 percent.
At the other end of the scale is Zurich, with 18.1 doses per 100 people. As Switzerland’s most populous canton however, Zurich has still received the highest number of doses (278,675).
While Bern was the last of Switzerland’s 26 cantons to start inoculations, it has now sitting just below the Swiss average of delivered doses (19.99 per 100 residents).
The de facto capital didn’t start vaccinating until January 11th.
In total, Switzerland has received 1,742,075 doses and administered 1,436,996 vaccinations.
The following map breaks down vaccination rates in each and every Swiss canton.
Up to date information is available from the Federal Office of Public Health here.
This story was last updated on March 31st, 2021.