Brazil is 68 in the global ranking and 4º in the total dosage.

Vacinação contra Covid-19 em Magé, Rio de Janeiro
Vaccination against Covid-19 in Magee, Rio de Janeiro
Photo: Pilar Olivares/Reuters (April 7, 2021)

After moving up one place, Brazil was once again ranked 68th in the global ranking for the application of a vaccine dose against COVID-19 this Wednesday (16) in relation to every 100 residents. The country, which started vaccination about five months ago, is already ranked 56th in this ranking and was ranked 68th last week- yesterday it was 67th.

Among the countries that make up the G20, a grouping of the world’s 20 largest economies, the country remains at the 10th position. According to the data updated by the agency CNN, Brazil appears with 38.19 doses per 100 inhabitants.

The United Kingdom tops the list with 106.12 for every 100 people. The United States is in second place with 93.26. Canada (79.27) is in third place, followed by Germany (73.32), Italy (71.55) and France (65.57). China (64.19) is ranked seventh, followed by Saudi Arabia (46.27). Turkey appears next, with 42.97 doses applied to every 100 residents.

Vaccine Panel - June 16
Vaccine panel shows Brazil’s position in the global ranking of vaccinations against COVID-19
Photo: CNN

Taking into account the absolute number of vaccinations, China leads the ranking with 923.9 million doses already implemented.

The United States ranks second, with 311.8 million doses applied. Next comes India, which has 255.3 million doses administered. Brazil remains in fourth place with 80.8 million doses – the same position if we consider the G20 countries.

The United Kingdom ranks 5th, with 72 million doses applied in absolute numbers. The data was compiled by the agency CNN With information from state health departments and website our world in dataAffiliated to Oxford University, UK.

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About the author: Muhammad Wayne

Wayne is a reporter who covers everything from oil trading to China's biggest conglomerates and technology companies. Originally from Chicago, he is a graduate of New York University's business and economic reporting program.

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