COVID-⁠19 Switzerland

Information on the current situation, as of 9 April 2021

Key figures,Switzerland and Liechtenstein

Fully vaccinated people

The data published here is based on information provided to us regularly by the cantons and the Principality of Liechtenstein. We publish the numbers on the following day. Therefore, they may differ from the numbers communicated by the cantons and Liechtenstein.

The figures include vaccines from all suppliers.

The way the cantons provide us with data depends on the degree to which their reporting procedure is digitalised: either the total number by email (no detailed information available) or anonymised individual data with detailed information sent via a secure electronic channel. The geographic map and the table provide information on the status of the reporting procedure in the cantons and thus on the availability of detailed information. We will be able to create an overall view once all the cantons have provided us with detailed information.

Geographical distribution

Fully vaccinated people, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, 21.12.2020 to 07.04.2021

The graphic shows the number of fully vaccinated people in the selected time frame.

Doses of vaccine are currently divided between the cantons in proportion to the size of priority group 1 (especially vulnerable people and nursing and care staff in homes).
Detailed information:
available
not available
Administered vaccine dosesFully vaccinated people
per 100 inh.absolute numbersper 100 inh.absolute numbers
Switzerland and Liechtenstein 19,63 1 697 339 7,46 645 055
Switzerland 19,64 1 690 425 7,46 642 362
Liechtenstein 17,84 6914 6,95 2693
Aargau 20,67 141 759 7,96 54 575
Appenzell Ausserrhoden 21,51 11 924 6,84 3791
Appenzell Innerrhoden 21,76 3510 8,07 1302
Basel-⁠Land 22,26 64 427 8,29 23 989
Basel-⁠Stadt 20,81 40 750 7,80 15 283
Bern 19,05 198 047 6,97 72 501
Fribourg 19,39 62 391 7,74 24 920
Geneva 22,92 115 530 8,59 43 318
Glarus 21,08 8558 8,07 3274
Grisons 21,61 43 016 8,51 16 934
Jura 20,27 14 913 8,35 6142
Lucerne 18,78 77 590 6,93 28 636
Neuchâtel 23,39 41 280 8,68 15 321
Nidwalden 18,42 7935 7,61 3279
Obwalden 19,30 7321 7,45 2825
Schaffhausen 22,87 18 829 9,36 7706
Schwyz 18,67 29 968 7,43 11 929
Solothurn 20,47 56 340 7,52 20 707
St. Gallen 20,81 106 302 7,81 39 881
Thurgau 18,91 52 863 7,06 19 735
Ticino 21,03 73 922 7,34 25 792
Uri 24,20 8882 9,94 3647
Valais 20,63 71 295 8,28 28 595
Vaud 20,38 164 113 7,99 64 346
Zug 21,83 27 864 8,05 10 277
Zurich 15,66 241 096 6,08 93 657
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Source (Administered vaccine doses): FOPH – Status: 07.04.2021, 23.59h
Source (Fully vaccinated people): FOPH – Status: 07.04.2021, 23.59h
Source (Detailed information): FOPH – Status: 09.04.2021, 09.00h

Development over time

Fully vaccinated people, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, 21.12.2020 to 07.04.2021

The graphic shows the development of the number of fully vaccinated people in the selected time frame. The numbers are based on reports that we receive periodically.
Fully vaccinated people

Fully vaccinated people per 100 inhabitants

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Demography

Fully vaccinated people, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, 21.12.2020 to 04.04.2021

The graphic shows the development of the number of fully vaccinated people in the selected period. It is based on data from the the Principality of Liechtenstein and the following cantons: AI, AR, BE, BL, FR, GE, GL, GR, JU, NE, SH, SO, UR, VD, ZG.
Distribution by age group
Fully vaccinated people per 100 inhabitants
0,017,01
No fully vaccinated people
Distribution by gender
Male
Female
Unknown
No data
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Source (Fully vaccinated people): FOPH – Status: 09.04.2021, 09.00h