Vaccine Panel: Brazil ranks 64th in global rankings and 4th in total dose

Vaccine Panel: Brazil ranks 64th in global rankings and 4th in total dose

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This Friday (3), Brazil ranks 64th in the global ranking of vaccine dosage applications against COVID-19, with respect to every 100 residents. The country is already ranked 56th in this ranking, having dropped to 70th and 66th places last month.

Among the countries that make up the G20, a grouping of the world’s 20 largest economies, the country is ranked 12th. As per the data updated by the agency CNN, Brazil appears with 93.72 doses applied to every 100 residents.

China surpassed Canada and topped the ranking with 143.78 doses per 100 people. 140.40 doses have been applied in Canada. The United Kingdom appears next with 133.41.

It is followed by France (130.09), Italy (129.48) and Germany (121.43). It is followed by Turkey with 111.56 – followed by the United States with 110.39. Saudi Arabia (105.69) and Japan (104.75) complete the dosage ranking per 100 inhabitants.

Vaccine panel shows Brazil’s position in the world ranking of vaccinations against COVID-19 / CNN Brazil

Considering the absolute number of vaccinations, China continues to lead the ranking, with 2,076,428,000 doses already implemented.

In second place comes India, with 661.5 million doses administered. Then the United States, with 371.2 million. Brazil remains in fourth place with 198.4 million doses – the same position if we consider the G20 countries.

Japan ranks 5th with 132 million doses. Germany ranks sixth with 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 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: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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