Almost 9 billion COVID-19 vaccinations have been made in the world

“The largest vaccination campaign in the history of mankind continues: in total, over 8.95 billion doses have been administered,” the publication says.

It is also noted that if such rates of vaccination are maintained, it will take another five months before 75% of the world’s population receives at least one dose of the vaccine, then life on the planet “will return to normal.”

Experts clarified that at the moment, 75% of the population in 38 countries of the world have been vaccinated with at least one dose of the coronavirus drug.

At the same time, the vaccination process is 10 times faster in higher-income countries than in lower-income countries.

So, to date, 2.7 billion people have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in China, 85.2% of the country’s residents have completed the vaccination process, 79.6% of the vaccinated population in France, 70.9% in Germany, and 70.7% in the UK.

At the same time, 0.1% of the population in the Republic of the Congo is vaccinated, in Chad — 0.5%, in Haiti – 0.6%, in Yemen – 1.2%.

In Russia, according to the agency, 143.69 million vaccinations were made, which is 44.4% of the fully vaccinated population.

On December 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the COVID-19 epidemic has not receded, the number of daily new cases and losses is still high. He called for monitoring health issues and a set of measures against coronavirus, including during the New Year holidays.

On the same day, Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova said that in In Russia, the level of collective immunity to coronavirus is 60.4%. She also stated that 73 million people have been vaccinated a full cycle.

On December 17, Golikova pointed out that the authorities of the Russian regions should increase the pace of vaccination against coronavirus infection before the New Year holidays. She noted that the holidays should not lead to a new round of morbidity in Of Russia.

The Russian authorities urge citizens to get vaccinated in order to protect their health and take care of their loved ones. Russians are vaccinated for free. Five coronavirus vaccines have been registered in the country: Sputnik V, Sputnik Lite, EpiVacCorona, EpiVacCorona-N and KoviVak.



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