Over 2 billion coronavirus vaccination doses have been given out over the globe.
According to numbers provided by Our World in Data, a monitoring website, almost two billion coronavirus vaccination doses have been provided globally thus far.
With 704.83 million jabs, China tops the world, followed by the United States with 296.91 million.
India has given 221.4 million shots, Brazil has given 68.92 million, the United Kingdom has given 65.66 million, Germany has given 52.78 million, France has given 37.45 million, Italy has given 35.82 million, Mexico has given 31.81 million, and Russia has given 29.79 million.
With almost 29.70 million doses administered, Turkey is placed 11th on the list, followed by Indonesia, Spain, and Canada.
The East African island nation of Seychelles, at 136.74 doses per 100 inhabitants, has the highest doses delivered by population.
Because most Covid-19 vaccinations are given in two doses, the number of injections given does not equal the number of people who have been completely immunized.
According to Johns Hopkins University in the United States, the pandemic has claimed the lives of over 3.69 million people in 192 nations and territories, with more than 171.71 million cases documented globally since December 2019.
In terms of the number of illnesses and fatalities, the United States, India, and Brazil remain the worst-affected nations.