After dropping two places last week, Brazil ranks 68th in the global rankings for vaccine dose against Kovid-19 for every 100 residents this Monday (14). The country, which started vaccination about five months ago, is already ranked 56th in the list.
The country is the tenth largest country in the world, including the G20, the largest group of 20 economies in the world. According to data updated by the agency CNN, O Brazil appears to be giving 37.04 doses for every 100 inhabitants.
The United Kingdom tops the list with 105.09 people for every 100 people. The United States is in second place with 92.49. Canada was third (76.90), followed by Germany (71.74), Italy (69.87) and France (65.31). In seventh place is China (62.03) and Saudi Arabia (45.49). Turkey appears next, applying 40.38 doses per 100 inhabitants.
In terms of the total number of vaccinations, China remains at the top of the rankings, with 892.7 million doses already applied.
The United States ranks second with 309.3 million doses. India comes with 249.4 million doses. Brazil remains in fourth place with 78.4 million doses – the same as in the G20.
The United Kingdom is in fifth place with 71.3 million doses applied in absolute numbers. The data was collected by the agency CNN With information from the state health departments and the website Our world of data, Linked to Oxford University in the UK.