November 3, 2021

Covid-19 vaccine doses have been provided in excess of 7 billion times over the world.

Globally, more than seven billion coronavirus inoculations have been administered.

According to TASS estimations based on government data and media figures, three countries account for more than half of the total: China (2.3 billion), India (1.1 billion), and the United States (0.4 billion).

Over seven billion doses of coronavirus vaccination have been given out thus far. Because many governments only publish the number of permitted vaccine doses and vaccine injections, it is currently impossible to determine how many people have been fully immunized around the world.

Furthermore, the global vaccination pace has been declining; the prior billion doses were provided in 29 days, while the current billion took 37 days.

In the United Arab Emirates and Malta, more than 90% of citizens have been vaccinated, and in Portugal, Cuba, Chile, Iceland, Cambodia, Qatar, Spain, Singapore, Brunei, and South Korea, more than 80% of the population has been vaccinated with at least one component.

According to the anti-coronavirus crisis center, approximately 50.9 million full cycles of coronavirus vaccination have been completed in Russia, with the first component receiving 56.8 million vaccinations.

At the same time, the country’s collective immunity rate is 46.8%.

More than ten coronavirus vaccines have been approved for public use around the world, including Russia’s Sputnik V, Sputnik Light, EpiVacCorona, and CoviVac, as well as vaccines developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, Sinovac, and Sinopharm in China, India’s Covaxin, and Moderna and Johnson & Johnson in the United States.

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