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Over 2.66B coronavirus vaccine shots given worldwide

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6:26 PM | June 21, 2021


Over 2.66 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been given worldwide so far, figures compiled by Our World in Data, a tracking website, showed on Monday.

China leads the global count with over 1.3 billion jabs, followed by the US with 317.97 million.
India has administered 280 million shots, Brazil 86.9 million, the UK 74.3 million, Germany 66.45 million, France 48.21 million, and Italy 46.2 million.

Turkey ranks 9th on the list with over 42.27 million doses given, followed by Mexico, Spain, and Indonesia.
The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 146.21 doses per 100 people.

Following the UAE, countries with the most doses administered per 100 people are Malta with 141.74, Seychelles 140, San Marino 128.68, Israel 122.99, Bahrain 114.21, Chile 111.87, Mongolia 110.07, the UK 109.45, Iceland 104.08, Uruguay 101.3, and Qatar 100.18.

Since December 2019, the pandemic has claimed over 3.86 million lives in 192 countries and regions, with more than 178.58 million cases reported worldwide, according to the US-based Johns Hopkins University.

The US, India, and Brazil remain the worst-hit countries.
 

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Over 2.92B coronavirus vaccine shots administered worldwide

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8:39 PM | June 27, 2021


Over 2.92 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have so far been administered worldwide, figures compiled by Our World in Data, a tracking website, showed on Sunday.

China leads the global count with more than 1.16 billion jabs, followed by the US with 322.12 million.
India has administered 321.76 million shots, Brazil 92.92 million, the UK 76.32 million, Germany 71.44 million, France 50.99 million, and Italy 49.47 million.

Turkey ranks ninth on the list with over 47.14 million doses given, followed by Mexico, Indonesia, and Spain.

The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 152.1 doses per 100 people.

Following the UAE, countries with the most doses administered per 100 people are Malta with 147.3 doses, the Seychelles 140.3, San Marino 130.79, Israel 123.56, Bahrain 118.67, Chile 117.4, Iceland 113.32, the UK 112.43, Mongolia 112.02, Uruguay 107.14, and Qatar 104.43.

The number of doses administered in 12 countries, including the UAE, exceeded their population.

Most COVID-19 vaccines are administered in two doses, so the number of shots given is not the same as the number of individuals fully vaccinated.

Since December 2019, the pandemic has claimed over 3.9 million lives in 192 countries and regions, with more than 180 million cases reported worldwide, according to the US' Johns Hopkins University.
The US, India, and Brazil remain the worst-hit countries.
 

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More than 2.96 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have so far been administered worldwide, figures compiled by Our World in Data, a tracking website, showed on Monday.

China leads the global count with more than 1.19 billion jabs, followed by the US with 323.33 million.

India has administered 318.3 million shots, Brazil 96.8 million, the UK 76.77 million, Germany 72.15 million, France 52.26 million, and Italy 49.89 million.

Turkey ranks ninth on the list with over 48.13 million doses given, followed by Mexico, Indonesia, and Japan.

The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 152.41 doses per 100 people.

Following the UAE, countries with the most doses administered per 100 people are Malta with 147.89 doses, the Seychelles 140.31, San Marino 130.92, Israel 123.64, Bahrain 119.18, Chile 117.67, Iceland 113.32, the UK 113.09, Mongolia 112.34, Uruguay 108.63, and Qatar 105.57.
The number of doses administered in 12 countries, including the UAE, exceeded their population.
 

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World passes three billion vaccine mark in race to contain Covid

  • In low-income nations, the figure is just one shot per 100 people.


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29 Jun 2021





PARIS: More than three billion Covid-19 vaccines have been administered around the world, an AFP tally found Tuesday, as countries race to contain the virulent Delta variant that is fuelling outbreaks all over the globe.

The highly infectious strain of coronavirus has caught many nations off guard, with Russia reporting its highest daily death toll yet, Australia shutting down city after city and fears growing over major sporting events like Euro 2020 and the Olympic Games.

At least 3.9 million people have died from Covid-19, and while some wealthy countries are succeeding in bringing infections down thanks to strong vaccination drives, others where shots are not as readily available are struggling.

According to the tally, high-income countries as defined by the World Bank have administered an average of 79 doses

per 100 inhabitants, with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrein and Israel taking the lead.
In low-income nations, the figure is just one shot per 100 people.

On Tuesday, foreign ministers from the Group of 20 major economies stressed the need for greater global cooperation in the face of the pandemic.

"Multilateral cooperation will be key to our collective ability to stop this global health crisis," US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told the ministers in the ancient Italian city of Matera.

Western leaders have pledged to donate one billion doses to poorer countries, but have been widely criticised for being too slow to help.

In Russia, which recorded its highest daily death toll on Tuesday since the outbreak of the pandemic, officials have introduced mandatory shots for some groups of citizens to counter scepticism.

The country reported 652 coronavirus fatalities over the past 24 hours, with a record-high number of daily deaths -- 119 -- in Saint Petersburg, which is due to host a Euro 2020 quarter final on Friday.

Meanwhile Australian public anger is growing at the slow pace of vaccinations in a country that had been broadly successful in eliminating local transmission and leading an almost-normal life.
The Delta variant has pushed Sydney, Perth, Darwin and Brisbane into lockdown, meaning a total of more than 10 million Australians are having to stay home.

But so far, less than five percent of adults are believed to have received both vaccine doses.
Brisbane resident Nicola Hungerford, 57, said she expected lockdowns to keep happening "until the government gets their bloody act together" on the vaccine rollout.

"It's gobsmacking and they're just irresponsible. It shows how little respect they have for people," she told AFP.

The speed of transmission of the Delta variant has fuelled concerns over ongoing or upcoming sporting events.

On Tuesday, Germany urged the British government to reduce the number of fans allowed into Wembley stadium for the final Euro 2020 matches.

"I think it's irresponsible for tens of thousands to gather in close proximity" in countries where the Delta variant is spreading, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer told Germany's Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper.

UEFA and the British authorities have said some 45,000 supporters will be allowed to attend a game between England and Germany on Tuesday afternoon, equivalent to 50 percent of capacity.

Attendance will be increased to 75 percent, or more than 60,000 fans, for the semi-finals and final at Wembley, in what will be the largest crowds at a sports event in Britain since the start of the pandemic.

The Delta variant was first identified in India, which suffered a vicious wave of coronavirus that overwhelmed hospitals and crematoriums at its height in April and May.

Now, bodies buried hastily along the banks of the Ganges river by families who could not afford funeral pyres have started to re-emerge as flooding dislodges them, a reminder of unspeakable human tragedies brought on by the virus.

"It was really sad to see poor people burying their loved ones in an undignified manner, but the rising water level has made it worse," Sonu Chandel, a boatman, told AFP.

"There is always the fear of (a body) hitting the oar or (my boat) running over a dead body as the water level goes up."
 

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Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?


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Homeless persons queue up to register and get themselves inoculated with the Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine at a shelter home in New Delhi on 28 June 2021.



Nearly three billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered, in over 190 countries worldwide.

However, there are vast differences in the pace of progress in different parts of the world.
Some countries have secured and delivered doses to a large proportion of their population - but some are still waiting for their first shipments to arrive.


LocationDoses per 100 peopleTotal doses
World37.5
2,921,406,758
China80.8
1,169,062,622
US96.3
322,123,103
India22.8
314,841,384
Brazil43.7
92,917,274
UK114.9
76,774,990
Germany85.3
71,437,514
France75.5
50,988,854
Italy81.8
49,474,512
Turkey55.8
47,079,628
Mexico33.6
43,369,096
Indonesia14.3
39,050,655
Spain83.0
38,808,490
Russia26.1
38,098,213
Japan29.4
37,214,200
Canada93.1
35,135,821
Poland74.9
28,354,710
Chile117.4
22,442,619
Argentina43.1
19,499,231
South Korea36.7
18,806,956
Morocco50.5
18,645,063
Saudi Arabia49.5
17,217,116
Colombia32.8
16,693,732
United Arab Emirates152.1
15,043,227
Netherlands83.6
14,323,814
Pakistan6.1
13,484,364
Israel123.6
10,694,397
Belgium90.5
10,493,057
Bangladesh6.1
10,095,579
Philippines8.7
9,542,612
Hungary95.8
9,249,943
Thailand12.9
8,981,478
Romania46.0
8,857,972
Portugal79.5
8,105,821
Greece77.0
8,028,343
Czech Republic73.4
7,855,246
Dominican Republic69.6
7,545,508
Austria82.6
7,434,857
Australia28.5
7,257,605
Sweden71.6
7,229,002
Malaysia21.7
7,039,072
Peru21.2
7,002,272
Switzerland80.7
6,982,371
Cambodia39.6
6,616,277
Cuba47.0
5,328,292
Serbia75.6
5,146,241
Singapore86.0
5,029,006
Iran5.9
4,968,642
Kazakhstan26.4
4,951,029
Finland75.8
4,200,712
Egypt4.0
4,138,935
Ecuador22.4
3,944,256
Norway72.1
3,908,225
Uruguay107.1
3,721,830
Ireland74.5
3,679,531
Mongolia112.0
3,672,281
Jordan33.7
3,440,724
Slovakia62.3
3,399,122
Sri Lanka15.7
3,367,220
Nepal11.4
3,331,960
Vietnam3.4
3,299,232
Azerbaijan32.5
3,293,732
Denmark55.2
3,199,913
Nigeria1.5
3,104,802
Kuwait72.6
3,100,000
Qatar104.4
3,008,822
Myanmar5.5
2,994,900
Uzbekistan8.1
2,695,058
South Africa4.5
2,682,710
El Salvador41.2
2,674,605
Croatia61.0
2,502,912
Algeria5.7
2,500,000
Ukraine5.6
2,466,135
Costa Rica45.8
2,331,030
Bolivia19.1
2,231,841
Lithuania81.1
2,208,775
Bahrain118.7
2,019,313
Ethiopia1.7
1,988,902
Taiwan8.0
1,905,474
Bulgaria24.8
1,724,896
Tunisia14.3
1,685,739
Panama34.0
1,469,057
Venezuela5.2
1,466,988
Slovenia70.2
1,458,533
Angola4.4
1,432,699
Laos19.4
1,408,531
Lebanon18.3
1,247,265
Ghana4.0
1,232,876
Kenya2.3
1,220,151
Zimbabwe8.0
1,193,315
Latvia58.3
1,099,063
Belarus11.3
1,068,413
New Zealand21.1
1,019,364
Estonia69.9
926,779
Albania32.1
922,886
Guatemala5.1
918,047
Oman16.8
859,000
Uganda1.8
843,039
Iraq2.0
805,363
Cyprus88.8
777,935
Afghanistan2.0
765,890
Palestinian Territories14.9
757,974
Ivory Coast2.8
740,391
Mauritius55.6
706,948
Moldova17.1
688,125
Honduras6.9
679,496
Malta147.3
650,411
Senegal3.8
632,648
Sudan1.4
629,692
Paraguay8.6
615,602
Rwanda4.5
578,569
Guinea4.0
531,142
Luxembourg81.9
512,584
Maldives93.0
502,546
North Macedonia24.1
501,506
Bhutan62.8
484,751
Mozambique1.4
438,382
Malawi2.2
427,730
Iceland113.3
386,715
Libya5.4
370,066
Togo4.2
347,246
Georgia8.5
339,415
Guyana42.6
335,091
Bosnia and Herzegovina9.6
315,780
Montenegro45.4
285,056
Fiji30.6
274,008
Trinidad and Tobago19.1
267,825
Equatorial Guinea18.6
260,528
Niger1.1
255,587
Yemen0.8
251,385
Jamaica8.4
249,983
Botswana8.5
200,893
Madagascar0.7
196,291
Somalia1.2
190,399
Timor-Leste14.4
189,266
Suriname31.9
187,306
Mali0.9
179,634
Kyrgyzstan2.7
173,700
Nicaragua2.5
167,500
Barbados56.5
162,357
Zambia0.8
150,476
Mauritania3.1
142,362
Namibia5.5
139,022
Seychelles140.3
137,976
Kosovo0.000
133,868
Tajikistan1.4
132,075
Jersey118.7
119,975
Syria0.6
108,276
Belize26.7
106,010
Congo1.9
102,642
Cameroon0.4
102,400
Isle of Man118.7
100,971
Sierra Leone1.2
97,315
Cayman Islands138.2
90,848
Comoros9.7
84,360
Bahamas20.2
79,246
Guernsey117.9
79,028
Bermuda125.9
78,413
Central African Republic1.6
78,137
Gibraltar231.7
78,047
Liberia1.5
76,642
Brunei17.5
76,471
Cape Verde13.4
74,321
Antigua and Barbuda65.1
63,755
Andorra81.9
63,265
Armenia1.9
55,557
DR Congo0.059
52,856
Saint Lucia28.3
52,030
Gabon2.2
49,346
Eswatini4.1
47,623
Faroe Islands94.3
46,082
Samoa22.8
45,178
San Marino130.8
44,387
Turkmenistan0.7
41,993
Gambia1.7
41,077
Dominica54.6
39,309
Papua New Guinea0.4
38,176
Turks and Caicos Islands98.4
38,110
Saint Kitts and Nevis71.5
38,006
Lesotho1.7
36,759
Monaco93.3
36,609
Greenland62.6
35,554
South Sudan0.3
32,959
Liechtenstein80.1
30,557
Tonga28.4
29,980
Grenada25.9
29,157
Djibouti2.7
26,796
Benin0.2
26,624
Sao Tome and Principe11.4
24,908
St Vincent and the Grenadines22.2
24,667
British Virgin Islands67.1
20,278
Guinea-Bissau1.0
18,706
Burkina Faso0.085
17,775
Cook Islands100.0
17,556
Solomon Islands2.5
17,000
Anguilla101.3
15,198
Chad0.055
8,981
Saint Helena130.0
7,892
Nauru69.1
7,486
Vanuatu2.4
7,462
Tuvalu40.5
4,772
Falkland Islands126.5
4,407
Montserrat52.0
2,600
Pitcairn100.0
47
British Indian Ocean Territory0
0
Burundi0
0
Eritrea0
0
Haiti0
0
Kiribati0
0
Niue0
0
North Korea0
0
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands0
0
Tanzania0
0
Tokelau0
0
Vatican0
0

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This information is regularly updated but may not reflect the latest totals for each country. Total vaccinations refers to the number of doses given, not the number of people vaccinated. It is possible to have more than 100 doses per 100 population as some vaccines require two doses per person.
Source: Our World in Data, ONS, gov.uk dashboard
Last updated: 28 June 2021, 10:44 BST
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Who is receiving vaccines?

With an aim to give doses to nearly every adult around the world, this is the largest vaccination programme in history.
China and the US have administered the highest number of doses, with more than 1.1 billion and 322 million respectively. India ranks third, with 314 million.
While countries in Europe and the Americas are progressing well with their vaccination campaigns, many states in Africa are experiencing supply issues.

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Global vaccine rollout



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Many poorer countries are relying on deliveries from Covax, a scheme led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, together with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), which is trying to ensure everyone in the world has access to a Covid vaccine.
Ghana became the first country to receive vaccines through this programme on 24 February.

Covax plans to deliver about two billion vaccine doses globally by the end of the year, but many vaccines require two doses per person.

Leaders of the G7 countries have pledged to supply one billion vaccine doses to poorer countries, either directly or through the Covax scheme.


Which vaccines are in use?

The vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech was the first approved by the WHO, followed by several others.
The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is now the most widely used around the globe.

Unlike Pfizer's jab - which has to be kept at an extremely cold temperature (-70C) - the Oxford vaccine can be stored in a normal fridge, which makes it easier to distribute.


Chart showing which vaccines are being used the most: Oxford-AstraZeneca top, followed by Pfizer-BioNTech. Updated 28 June

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Most governments are starting with doses for the over-60s, health workers and people who are clinically vulnerable.

In countries such as Israel and the UK, there are already promising signs the vaccines are reducing hospital admissions and deaths, as well as community transmission.

Worldwide, more than 200 possible vaccines are undergoing trials to test their efficacy and safety.
 

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Over 3.04B coronavirus vaccine shots administered worldwide


Over 3.04B coronavirus vaccine shots administered worldwide

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June 30, 2021


Over 3.04 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have so far been administered worldwide, figures compiled by Our World in Data, a tracking website affiliated with Oxford University, showed on Wednesday.

China leads the global count with more than 1.23 billion jabs, followed by the India with 327.42 million.
The US has administered 325.15 million shots, Brazil 98.83 million, the UK 77.3 million, Germany 73.75 million, France 53.8 million, and Italy 51.01 million.

Turkey ranks ninth on the list with over 49.48M million doses given, followed by Mexico, Indonesia, and Spain.

The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 153.67 doses per 100 people.

Following the UAE, countries with the most doses administered per 100 people are Malta with 149.36 doses, the Seychelles 140.31, San Marino 130.92, Israel 124.19, Bahrain 124.38, Chile 117.77, Iceland 114.54, the UK 113.87, Mongolia 113.47, Uruguay 111.78, Qatar 107.91, and Hungary 101.86.

The number of doses administered in 13 countries, including the UAE, exceeded their population.
Most COVID-19 vaccines are administered in two doses, so the number of shots given is not the same as the number of individuals fully vaccinated.

Since December 2019, the pandemic has claimed over 3.93 million lives in 192 countries and regions, with more than 181.85 million cases reported worldwide, according to the US' Johns Hopkins University.
The US, India, and Brazil remain the worst-hit countries.
 

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World Bank passes $4 bln milestone in funding for COVID-19 vaccines

  • The World Bank's vaccine financing package can be used by countries to buy vaccine doses through COVAX, the new African Vaccine Acquisition Task Team (AVATT) or other sources.


Reuters
01 Jul 2021






WASHINGTON: The World Bank on Wednesday said it had provided more than $4 billion for the purchase and deployment of COVID-19 vaccines to 51 developing countries, half of which are in Africa, where vaccination rates are among the world's lowest.

In a statement, the global development bank urged countries anticipating excess vaccine supplies in coming months to release surplus doses and options to developing countries with adequate distribution plans in place.


The World Bank's vaccine financing package can be used by countries to buy vaccine doses through COVAX, the new African Vaccine Acquisition Task Team (AVATT) or other sources.
 

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COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

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Coronavirus Cases:
183,386,648

Deaths:
3,970,562

Recovered:
167,900,840
 

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Over 3.13B coronavirus vaccine shots administered worldwide

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Nearly 3.13 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have so far been administered worldwide, said figures on Friday compiled by Our World in Data, a tracking website affiliated with Oxford University.

China leads the global count with more than 1.26 billion jabs, followed by India with 340.08 million.

The list continued with mostly Western countries, with the US having administered 328.15 million shots,

Brazil 102.78 million, UK 77.91 million, Germany 74.87 million, France 54.48 million, and Italy 52.11 million.
Turkey came ninth on the list with over 51.34 million doses given, followed by Japan, Mexico and Indonesia.
The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 155.33 doses per 100 people.

Following the UAE, countries with the most doses administered per 100 people are the island nations of Malta with 151.91 doses and Seychelles with 140.92, followed by the microstate of San Marino with 131.17, Bahrain with 125.8, Israel with 124.64, Iceland with 123.91, Chile with 118.95, Mongolia with 115.56, Uruguay with 114.83, the UK with 114.76, Qatar with 110.3, and Hungary with 101.86.
 

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Over 3.25B coronavirus vaccine shots administered worldwide

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July 07, 2021


More than 3.25 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered worldwide, according to figures on Wednesday compiled by Our World in Data, a tracking website affiliated with Oxford University.
China leads the global count with more than 1.3 billion jabs, followed by India with 361.32 million.

The list continued with mostly Western countries, with the US having administered 330.6 million shots, Brazil 106.9 million, the UK 79.8 million, Germany 77.33 million and France 56.55 million.

Turkey came eight on the list with over 55.14 million doses given, followed by Italy, Japan and Mexico.
The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 157.47 doses per 100 people.

The island nation of Malta followed the UAE with 155.14 doses per 100 people, as did Seychelles with 140.92, San Marino with 131.58, Izlanda with 127.58, Bahrain with 126.59, Israel with 125.28, Chile with 121.87, Uruguay with 118.34, Mongolia with 116.75, the UK with 116.49, Qatar with 113.72, and Canada with 105.19.

Most COVID-19 vaccines were administered in two doses, so the number of shots given is not the same as the number of individuals fully vaccinated.

Since December 2019, the pandemic has claimed nearly 4 million lives across the world, with more than 184.6 million cases reported worldwide, according to the US' Johns Hopkins University.
 

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More than 3.32 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered worldwide, according to figures on Our World in Data, a tracking website affiliated with Oxford University, on Thursday.

China leads the global count with more than 1.34 billion jabs, followed by India with 358.07 million.

The list continued with mostly the Western countries, with the US having administered 331.65 million shots, Brazil 110.1 million, Germany 79.73 million, the UK 79.54 million, and France 57.15 million.

Turkey came eighth on the list with over 55.81 million doses given, followed by Italy, Japan, and Mexico.

The country with the most doses administered by population is the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with 158.24 doses per 100 people.

Following the UAE are the island nations of Malta with 156.86 doses per 100 people and Seychelles with 141.98, San Marino 131.59, Iceland 130.14, Bahrain 127.31, Israel 125.73, Chile with 123.17, Uruguay 121.27, Mongolia 118.34, the UK 117.17, Qatar 115.69, and Canada with 107.81.
 

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