Having climbed one place, Brazil again ranked 68th in the global ranking for the application of vaccine doses against Covid-19 on Wednesday (16), compared to every 100 inhabitants. The country, which began vaccination almost five months ago, was already 56th in this ranking, and last week, it was 68th – yesterday, it was 67th.
Among the countries that make up the G20, a grouping of the world’s 20 largest economies, the country remains in tenth place. According to the data updated by the agency CNNIn Brazil, there are 38.19 doses applied to every 100 people.
Followed by the United Kingdom at the top of the list, with a rate of 106.12 for every 100 people. The United States comes in second with 93.26. Canada ranked third (79.27), followed by Germany (73.32), Italy (71.55) and France (65.57). China (64.19) came in seventh, followed by Saudi Arabia (46.27). Turkey appears next, with 42.97 doses applied to every 100 inhabitants.
Looking at the absolute numbers of vaccination, China continues to lead the ranking, with 923.9 million doses already applied.
The United States is in second place, with 311.8 million doses applied. Then comes India, where 255.3 million doses have been applied. Brazil remains in fourth place, with 80.8 million doses applied – the same situation if we consider the G-20 countries.
The United Kingdom ranks fifth, with 72 million doses applied in absolute numbers. The data was collected by the agency CNN With information from state health departments and the website Our world in dataAssociated with Oxford University, UK.
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