Young Spaniards are vaccinated en masse despite stigmatization | Society

Young Spaniards between 20 and 29 years old go to be vaccinated in a massive way in communities such as Madrid, Catalonia or the Balearic Islands, despite the stigmatization that accompanies this group, indicated as responsible for the fifth wave of coronavirus due to uncontrolled parties, crowds and little respect for prevention measures.

Just a month after the start of the vaccination campaign in this age group, more than half of young people have at least one dose in the Canary Islands (57%), Madrid (56%), the Balearic Islands (54 , 4%), Castilla La Mancha (55.9%), Murcia and Asturias (55.2%), Aragon (54.2%), Andalusia (52.7%), Navarra (52.4%) and Catalonia (50%), according to data published last Friday by the Ministry of Health.

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