The European Union kicked off its coronavirus vaccination campaign at the end of last month, and the number of people receiving shots is increasing, though some countries are faring better than others.
Here's where Italy, Germany and France stand:
- Italy has so far vaccinated 791,734 people, according to the government's vaccine administration.
- Germany has given shots to 688,782 people, according to the national agency for disease control and vaccination, the Robert Koch Institute.
- France has administered vaccines to 189,834 people, according to the country's Health Ministry.
- Spain has administered a total of 488,142 doses, according to the country's Health Ministry. Progress was interrupted by heavy snowfall across much of northern and central Spain at the weekend.