Vaccine panel: Brazil ranks 64th in the world and fourth in total doses

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Brazil is ranked 64th in the world ranking for the application of doses Covid-19 Vaccine This Friday (3), for every 100 people. The country is already 56th in that ranking, having slipped to 70th and 66th places last month.

Among the countries that make up the Group of Twenty, a group of the 20 largest economies in the world, the country ranks 12th. According to updated data by the agency CNNIn Brazil, there are 93.72 doses applied to every 100 people.

a China It overtook Canada and ranked first in the ranking, with 143.78 doses compared to every 100 people. Canada applies 140.40 doses. The UK appears next with a score of 133.41.

It is followed by France (130.09), Italy (129.48) and Germany (121.43). Turkey next appears with a score of 111.56 – followed by United State In seventh place with a score of 110.39. Saudi Arabia (105.69) and Japan (104.75) completed the order of dosing per 100 population.

Vaccines panel shows Brazil’s standing in the global rankings for Covid-19 vaccination / CNN Brazil

Looking at the absolute numbers of vaccination, China continues to lead the ranking, with 2,076,428,000 doses already applied.

In second place comes India, with 661.5 million doses applied. Then the United States with 371.2 million. Brazil is still in fourth place, with 198.4 million doses applied – the same situation if we consider the G20 countries.

Japan appears in fifth place, with 132 million doses applied. Germany comes in sixth place with a dose of 101.8 million doses. Indonesia has 100.6 million, followed by Turkey (94.8 million), the United Kingdom (90.9 million) and France (87.8 million).

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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