Bloomberg reports, citing an internal memo from EU member states
The memo states that Germany, France, Italy, and Spain will have sufficient vaccine supplies to immunise at least 57% of their total populations by the end of June – which is somewhat close to “near-virus immunity” within the respective countries.
The target projections laid out by the memo show that by the end of June, the respective countries will have vaccinated % of their population:
- Denmark 79.9%
- Netherlands 64.6%
- Germany 61.0%
- France 58.2%
- Spain 57.4%
- Italy 57.1%
- Croatia 45.3%
- Bulgaria 45.0%
The likes of Croatia and Bulgaria are the laggards, alongside Slovakia and Austria, but most countries will at least hit around 55-60% of their total population – which may correspond to roughly 70% of adults depending on the demographics.