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Covid-19 vaccination: Which countries have the most vaccinated?

Countries around the world are fighting to vaccinate their populations, with 30% of the planet now protected from serious diseases and death by COVID-19. But some countries seem to be doing better than others.

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Covid-19 Vaccination: Which countries have the most vaccines?

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The following list shows the percentage of the population of each country that has been vaccinated for COVID-19, based on data from Johns Hopkins University. We have included the population of each country, although now the best vaccination rates in the world have not been achieved by small countries. China, for example, has vaccinated more than 69% of its population (1,4 billion people), well above the US, which has a population of just 328 million people.

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Smaller countries have also made significant strides in vaccination, including Singapore, with a population of 5,7 million, which has done an excellent job in the last two months, moving from 21st to the third best vaccination rate on the planet. THE Singapore has now vaccinated over 79% of its population and is "opening up" its economy.

  1. Malta - 82,82%, population: 502.000
  2. United Arab Emirates - 79,97%, population: 9,7 million
  3. Singapore - 79,10%, population: 5,7 million
  4. Portugal - 78,85%, population: 10,2 million
  5. Qatar - 78,33%, population: 2,8 million
  6. Spain - 74,50%, population: 46,9 million
  7. Denmark - 73,73%, population: 5,8 million
  8. Iceland - 73,63%, population: 357.000
  9. Chile - 73,36%, population: 18,9 million
  10. Uruguay - 73,30%, population: 3,4 million
  11. Seychelles - 72,63%, population: 97.000
  12. Belgium - 71,73%, population: 11,4 million
  13. Ireland - 71,02%, population: 4,9 million
  14. San Marino - 70,85%, population: 34.000
  15. China - 69,38%, population: 1,4 billion
  16. Canada - 69,17%, population: 37,5 million
  17. Bahrain - 66,82%, population: 1,6 million
  18. United Kingdom - 65,68%, population: 66,6 million
  19. Mongolia - 65,51%, population: 3,2 million
  20. Norway - 64,15%, population: 5,3 million
  21. Italy - 63,83%, population: 60,3 million
  22. France - 62,94%, population: 67 million
  23. Netherlands - 62,68%, population: 17,2 million
  24. Bhutan - 62,63%, population 763.000
  25. Germany - 62,02%, population: 83 million
  26. Israel - 61,18%, population: 9 million
  27. Mauritius - 60,31%, population: 1,2 million
  28. Austria - 59,68%, population: 8,8 million
  29. Sweden - 59,62%, population: 10,2 million
  30. Maldives - 59,33%, population: 531,000
  31. Monaco - 58,54%, population: 39.000
  32. Luxembourg - 58,08%, population: 614.000
  33. Cambodia - 57,28%, population: 16,5 million
  34. Hungary - 56,72%, population: 9,7 million
  35. Finland - 56,34%, population: 5,5 million
  36. Lithuania - 56,26%, population: 2,8 million
  37. Ecuador - 55,10%, population: 17,4 million
  38. Czech Republic - 54,74%, population: 10,6 million
  39. Greece - 54,54%, population: 10,6 million
  40. United States - 54,44%, population: 328 million
  41. Liechtenstein - 54,28%, population 38.000
  42. Andorra - 54,23%, population: 77.000
  43. Malaysia - 53,29%, population: 31,9 million
  44. Switzerland - 52,76%, population: 8,5 million
  45. Poland - 50,29%, population: 37,9 million
  46. Japan - 49,96%, population: 126,3 million
  47. Saudi Arabia - 48,51%, population: 34,2 million
  48. Turkey - 48,13%, population: 82 million
  49. Sri Lanka - 47,73%, population: 21,8 million
  50. El Salvador - 47,64%, population: 6,4 million

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As the New York Times points out in an article published over the weekend, the US is now ranked among the lowest vaccination rates for rich countries. Some rich countries like Australia are still struggling, with only 33,79% of its population being vaccinated, but this is much higher than the 12,18% it achieved at the end of July. Japan is another rich country that is giving a big fight and is currently below the USA with a percentage of 49,96%.

Source of information: gizmodo.com

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