September 21, 2021

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2.9 billion units are managed worldwide

AA / Ankara

As of Saturday, 2.9 billion dose vaccines against the corona virus had been administered worldwide, according to figures released by the “Our World Data” website.

The science website, funded by Oxford University, tracks key global challenges such as poverty, disease, famine, climate change, war and inequality.

China was the country with the highest number of vaccines with 744.4 million doses, followed by the United States with 299.1 million doses.

India gave 227.8 million doses, Brazil 70.74 million, England 66.75 million, Germany 54.24 million, France 38.81 million, Italy 37.7 million, Mexico 33.78 million and Russia 30.5 million.

Turkey ranks 11th with over 30 million managers so far this Saturday, followed by Spain, Indonesia and Canada.

Since most coronavirus vaccines are given in two doses, the number of injections given is not the same as those vaccinated.

Since December 2019, the epidemic has killed more than 3.71 million lives in 192 countries and regions around the world, while more than 172.64 million contaminants have been reported, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The United States, India and Brazil are the most affected countries in terms of pollution and mortality.

* Translated from Arabic by Hajar Cerni


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