COVID-⁠19 Switzerland

Information on the current situation, as of 18 January 2022

Vaccinations,Bern

Vaccinated people by canton of residence

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 cover vaccines from all manufacturers.

Three vaccines for preventing COVID-⁠19 are authorised in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. People are deemed to be fully vaccinated if they have received two doses of Moderna (Spikevax®) or Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty®) vaccine, or one dose of these vaccines after a proven infection with SARS-⁠⁠CoV2 (FOPH/Federal Vaccination Commission vaccination recommendation). Only one dose of the Johnson & Johnson (Covid-⁠⁠19 Vaccine Janssen®) vaccine is required.
A booster vaccination with an mRNA vaccine from Moderna (Spikevax®) or Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty®) is recommended from four months following full vaccination (primary course of vaccination) for anyone aged 16 and over.
Fully vaccinated people who receive a booster vaccination in accordance with the FOPH/Federal Vaccination Commission vaccination recommendation are presented separately. The share of fully vaccinated people relates to the total population or the age group in question.
Vaccinated people are allocated to the canton in which they live (canton of residence).

The cantons and the Principality of Liechtenstein provide us with the data via a secure electronic channel. They are sent in the form of anonymised individual data.

Geographical distribution

Vaccinated people by canton of residence, Bern, Status: 17.01.2022

The graph shows the share of vaccinated people by canton of residence for the selected age group. People who are resident outside Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein, and those whose residence is not known, are shown separately.
The age groups presented correspond to the COVID-⁠19 vaccination strategy.
Fully vaccinated
People with at least one dose
With booster vaccination
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Switzerland and Liechtenstein Fully vaccinated 69,60% 6 061 568 67,91% 5 914 926
With booster vaccination 34,89% 3 038 281
Switzerland Fully vaccinated 69,61% 6 035 106 67,92% 5 889 044
With booster vaccination 34,86% 3 022 316
Liechtenstein Fully vaccinated 67,76% 26 462 66,27% 25 882
With booster vaccination 40,88% 15 965
Aargau Fully vaccinated 68,97% 478 736 67,49% 468 440
With booster vaccination 36,02% 249 995
Appenzell Ausserrhoden Fully vaccinated 62,20% 34 403 60,78% 33 615
With booster vaccination 33,03% 18 270
Appenzell Innerrhoden Fully vaccinated 57,17% 9314 56,32% 9177
With booster vaccination 29,75% 4847
Basel-⁠Land Fully vaccinated 72,09% 209 748 70,00% 203 667
With booster vaccination 38,00% 110 561
Basel-⁠Stadt Fully vaccinated 73,39% 144 391 71,42% 140 506
With booster vaccination 43,46% 85 509
Bern Fully vaccinated 70,56% 736 028 69,04% 720 190
With booster vaccination 37,30% 389 066
Fribourg Fully vaccinated 69,69% 226 841 68,62% 223 364
With booster vaccination 26,21% 85 318
Geneva Fully vaccinated 70,30% 355 963 68,37% 346 191
With booster vaccination 27,57% 139 582
Glarus Fully vaccinated 63,73% 26 033 62,48% 25 523
With booster vaccination 31,52% 12 878
Grisons Fully vaccinated 70,83% 141 722 68,82% 137 711
With booster vaccination 37,71% 75 464
Jura Fully vaccinated 66,73% 49 186 63,56% 46 846
With booster vaccination 30,11% 22 194
Lucerne Fully vaccinated 68,62% 285 689 66,56% 277 119
With booster vaccination 34,90% 145 289
Neuchâtel Fully vaccinated 73,44% 129 181 70,46% 123 943
With booster vaccination 29,70% 52 241
Nidwalden Fully vaccinated 68,27% 29 709 66,82% 29 079
With booster vaccination 36,87% 16 047
Obwalden Fully vaccinated 70,22% 26 761 66,10% 25 190
With booster vaccination 22,28% 8492
Schaffhausen Fully vaccinated 69,52% 57 778 67,90% 56 426
With booster vaccination 40,67% 33 797
Schwyz Fully vaccinated 60,78% 98 558 59,38% 96 281
With booster vaccination 29,05% 47 104
Solothurn Fully vaccinated 70,22% 194 840 68,59% 190 301
With booster vaccination 35,03% 97 189
St. Gallen Fully vaccinated 63,39% 326 140 62,41% 321 127
With booster vaccination 31,34% 161 262
Thurgau Fully vaccinated 63,54% 179 760 61,38% 173 653
With booster vaccination 33,52% 94 830
Ticino Fully vaccinated 72,82% 255 573 71,23% 250 012
With booster vaccination 36,70% 128 827
Uri Fully vaccinated 65,65% 24 172 64,55% 23 765
With booster vaccination 35,03% 12 897
Valais Fully vaccinated 69,13% 240 905 64,80% 225 821
With booster vaccination 31,32% 109 161
Vaud Fully vaccinated 70,45% 574 017 69,37% 565 236
With booster vaccination 31,94% 260 209
Zug Fully vaccinated 69,37% 89 347 68,23% 87 876
With booster vaccination 40,22% 51 797
Zurich Fully vaccinated 71,48% 1 110 311 70,04% 1 087 985
With booster vaccination 39,24% 609 490
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Development over time

Vaccinated people, Bern, 21.12.2020 to 17.01.2022

The graph shows the development of the number of vaccinated people.

Total: The areas represent the cumulative ratio of partially and fully vaccinated people up to the corresponding point in time.
7-⁠⁠day average: The lines show the development of the number of vaccinated people as a 7-⁠day average (average of previous 3 days to subsequent 3 days) who have received a first vaccine dose and those who are fully vaccinated.
Daily values: The graph shows people who received their first dose on this day and those who were fully vaccinated. The lines represent the 7-⁠day rolling average (average of previous 3 days to subsequent 3 days).
Partially vaccinated
Fully vaccinated
With booster vaccination

Share of vaccinated people

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Development over time by vaccine

Fully vaccinated people, Bern, 21.12.2020 to 17.01.2022

The graph shows the development of the number of fully vaccinated people by vaccine.
Data only available for Switzerland and Liechtenstein
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Demography

Vaccinated people, Bern, 21.12.2020 to 17.01.2022

The graph shows the development of the number of vaccinated people by 10-⁠year age group and age group under the COVID-⁠19 vaccination strategy. A review of the data has shown that for the 0-⁠4-year-⁠olds the entries are mainly erroneous. We are not aware of systematic vaccinations for under 5s. For the sake of transparency we are publishing the data sent by the cantons without processing them.
Distribution by age group
Bern
With booster vaccination
Fully vaccinated
Partially vaccinated
Status: 17.01.2022

0⁠–⁠9

0,00%

0,08%

2,66%

10⁠–⁠19

6,89%

44,85%

4,22%

20⁠–⁠29

23,22%

71,27%

1,69%

30⁠–⁠39

29,40%

72,94%

1,40%

40⁠–⁠49

36,49%

76,42%

0,94%

50⁠–⁠59

42,88%

79,16%

0,78%

60⁠–⁠69

58,45%

85,82%

0,69%

70⁠–⁠79

74,07%

91,06%

0,66%

80+

74,61%

93,85%

1,64%

Share of fully vaccinated people
0,01%14,01%
No fully vaccinated people
Distribution by sex
Male
Unknown
Female
No fully vaccinated people
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Ratio of risk groups to other people

Fully vaccinated people, Bern, 21.12.2020 to 16.01.2022

The graph shows the ratio of fully vaccinated people in risk groups 1 to 4 to other people. “Other” may also include groups as per cantonal vaccination strategies.

The COVID-⁠19 vaccination strategy prioritises people by risk groups (target groups 1 to 4) and all other people (target group 5). The risk groups comprise people at an increased risk of falling seriously ill, infection or transmission.
The personnel administering the vaccination check that the person belongs to the relevant group.

7-⁠day values: the bars represent the ratio each week.
Total: The areas represent the cumulative ratio up to the corresponding point in time. The ratio can be displayed as percentages of “fully vaccinated people” or in relation to the entire population.
Due to mathematical rounding, the sum of the percentages may not be exactly 100%.
Indication for vaccination:
Risk groups
Other
No fully vaccinated people

Fully vaccinated people

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Indication for vaccination

Fully vaccinated people, Bern, 21.12.2020 to 16.01.2022

The indication for vaccination specifies the reason for the COVID-⁠19 vaccination. It is determined or checked by the personnel administering the vaccination.

The graph shows the number of fully vaccinated people per indication. “Other” refers to everyone not belonging to the risk groups as per the COVID-⁠19 vaccination strategy.
Share of fully vaccinated people
0,01%2,7%
No fully vaccinated people

Age

Chronic disease

Healthcare worker with patient contact/carer for people at especially high risk

Close contact with people at especially high risk

Lives/works in communal facility with an elevated risk of infection and outbreak

Other

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Source: FOPH – Status: 18.01.2022, 07.32h