According to the “Ourworldindata.org” website, where COVID-19 vaccine data are compiled, China is the country with the most vaccines with 845 million 300 thousand doses, while the ranking is as follows:
China with 305 million 690 thousand, India with 246 million 90 thousand, Brazil with 75 million 890 thousand, England with 69 million 740 thousand, Germany with 59 million 40 thousand, France with 42 million 540 thousand, France with 40 million 500 thousand. Italy, Mexico with 36 million 160 thousand, Turkey with 32 million 605 thousand, Russia with 31 million 950 thousand, Spain with 31 million 630 thousand, Indonesia with 30 million 700 thousand, Canada with 27 million 730 thousand, Poland with 23 million 630 thousand. and Japan followed with 21 million 410 thousand.
The highest number of vaccines in relation to the population is in Seychelles
The vaccine against COVID-19 worldwide has exceeded 2 billion 300 million doses.
The country with the highest dose of vaccine compared to the population was Seychelles, an island country in East Africa where the number of doses per 100 people was 139.51. The number of doses administered in Seychelles and 9 countries exceeded the population.
The number of doses administered per 100 people was 137.41 in the United Arab Emirates, 129.21 in Malta, 127.27 in San Marino, 122.67 in Israel, 109.89 in Bahrain, 107.02 in Mongolia 104.73 in Chile and 102.74 in England.
Turkey is the 10th most vaccinated country
According to the data of the Ministry of Health, 32 million 605 thousand 323 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Turkey so far.
While Turkey ranks 10th in the world in terms of the total number of vaccines, the number of vaccines per 100 people was 38.54. First dose of vaccine was administered to 19 million 50 thousand 937 people and second dose of vaccine was administered to 13 million 554 thousand 386 people.
The number of cases worldwide has exceeded 175 million
The COVID-19 vaccines, which have been allowed for use or emergency use to date, are administered intermittently in two doses, except for one. Therefore, the number of doses administered does not mean that the same number of individuals have been vaccinated.
According to the “Worldometers” website, where COVID-19 data are compiled, the number of cases worldwide has exceeded 175 million 677 thousand, and more than 3 million 790 thousand people died due to the virus.