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More than 25 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered, in over 190 countries worldwide.

However, there are vast differences in the pace of progress in different parts of the world.

Some countries have secured and delivered doses to a large proportion of their population – but some are still waiting for their first shipments to arrive.


Global vaccine rollout

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Doses per 100 people

Total doses

World

32.6

2,543,433,842

China

67.0

970,006,304

US

94.2

314,969,386

India

19.1

262,970,250

Brazil

39.6

84,102,155

UK

109.1

72,891,861

Germany

77.3

64,763,343

France

68.5

46,262,624

Italy

73.5

44,431,586

Turkey

46.8

39,446,201

Mexico

30.0

38,633,462

Spain

74.5

34,845,346

Indonesia

12.4

33,962,386

Russia

23.2

33,923,089

Canada

81.8

30,885,092

Japan

22.8

28,887,137

Poland

68.4

25,884,468

Chile

109.2

20,865,931

South Korea

35.3

18,117,755

Morocco

46.8

17,261,906

Argentina

38.0

17,172,628

Saudi Arabia

47.0

16,362,898

United Arab Emirates

143.4

14,182,020

Colombia

25.9

13,167,044

Netherlands

75.4

12,927,990

Pakistan

5.5

12,065,211

Israel

122.9

10,639,588

Bangladesh

6.1

10,079,471

Hungary

95.8

9,249,943

Belgium

78.0

9,037,478

Romania

44.9

8,632,630

Philippines

6.9

7,563,241

Greece

69.5

7,244,517

Thailand

10.3

7,219,668

Portugal

70.8

7,218,006

Czech Republic

65.5

7,018,455

Sweden

66.1

6,671,746

Austria

74.0

6,660,729

Dominican Republic

60.4

6,553,710

Australia

24.4

6,219,330

Switzerland

70.4

6,093,274

Peru

17.6

5,790,903

Cambodia

34.5

5,762,050

Malaysia

16.5

5,330,654

Serbia

72.8

4,955,746

Iran

5.7

4,792,881

Singapore

80.2

4,691,386

Kazakhstan

22.1

4,157,358

Cuba

36.1

4,084,278

Egypt

3.7

3,746,978

Finland

66.9

3,707,724

Mongolia

109.5

3,588,146

Norway

64.1

3,476,340

Uruguay

99.5

3,456,265

Ireland

65.2

3,218,310

Denmark

55.3

3,201,043

Slovakia

58.0

3,165,825

Nepal

10.8

3,153,419

Ecuador

17.8

3,133,387

Sri Lanka

14.4

3,082,905

Myanmar

5.5

2,994,900

Jordan

28.3

2,891,997

Azerbaijan

28.4

2,877,878

Qatar

99.1

2,856,149

Uzbekistan

8.1

2,695,058

Algeria

5.7

2,500,000

El Salvador

37.4

2,427,457

Nigeria

1.1

2,225,765

Croatia

54.1

2,219,196

Bolivia

18.4

2,151,088

Costa Rica

42.2

2,150,520

Lithuania

75.5

2,055,578

Vietnam

2.0

1,991,059

Ukraine

4.5

1,989,398

Ethiopia

1.7

1,964,005

Bahrain

112.7

1,917,308

Kuwait

42.6

1,820,000

Bulgaria

23.6

1,637,956

Tunisia

12.4

1,459,780

Slovenia

66.1

1,373,721

Panama

30.8

1,327,999

Taiwan

5.5

1,321,839

Angola

4.0

1,314,375

Ghana

4.0

1,228,216

Kenya

2.1

1,155,745

Laos

15.6

1,134,347

Lebanon

16.3

1,111,588

Zimbabwe

7.5

1,108,203

Belarus

11.3

1,068,413

Latvia

55.2

1,041,827

New Zealand

18.5

891,702

Estonia

66.0

875,567

Albania

30.0

862,628

Uganda

1.8

812,118

Guatemala

4.2

745,323

Venezuela

2.6

739,962

Cyprus

83.2

728,458

Ivory Coast

2.7

705,051

Iraq

1.7

703,820

Paraguay

9.3

662,804

Afghanistan

1.7

662,003

Palestinian Territories

12.9

658,075

Senegal

3.8

632,648

Malta

138.1

609,867

Oman

11.9

605,845

Moldova

14.8

597,494

Rwanda

4.5

578,569

Sudan

1.2

539,843

Maldives

91.3

493,630

Honduras

4.9

488,859

Bhutan

62.6

482,716

South Africa

0.8

478,733

North Macedonia

22.2

462,415

Luxembourg

73.6

460,550

Mauritius

35.8

455,242

Guinea

3.4

441,446

Mozambique

1.3

394,930

Malawi

2.1

393,313

Iceland

104.1

355,178

Libya

5.1

351,408

Togo

4.2

347,246

Guyana

40.2

315,816

Bosnia and Herzegovina

9.6

315,780

Georgia

7.4

295,651

Montenegro

43.0

270,237

Equatorial Guinea

18.2

255,030

Fiji

27.1

242,539

Yemen

0.8

235,855

Trinidad and Tobago

14.4

201,313

Jamaica

6.6

194,315

Niger

0.8

186,207

Nicaragua

2.5

167,500

Mali

0.8

163,218

Somalia

1.0

156,548

Suriname

26.5

155,669

Barbados

53.4

153,350

Madagascar

0.5

150,329

Botswana

6.4

150,019

Zambia

0.8

148,304

Seychelles

139.5

137,196

Kyrgyzstan

2.1

135,578

Namibia

4.6

116,733

Jersey

115.4

116,607

Timor-Leste

8.4

110,531

Tajikistan

1.1

102,711

Kosovo

0.000

98,277

Belize

24.0

95,452

Isle of Man

109.4

93,033

Sierra Leone

1.2

91,789

Cameroon

0.3

89,180

Cayman Islands

131.9

86,711

Comoros

9.7

84,360

Gibraltar

231.0

77,831

Bermuda

123.4

76,860

Guernsey

113.4

76,048

Syria

0.4

71,519

Bahamas

17.3

68,119

Liberia

1.3

67,437

Brunei

14.5

63,486

Congo

1.1

62,231

Antigua and Barbuda

60.8

59,582

Armenia

1.9

55,557

Andorra

66.1

51,107

Saint Lucia

27.7

50,869

Mauritania

1.1

49,235

Cape Verde

8.6

47,943

San Marino

128.7

43,671

Central African Republic

0.9

42,644

Turkmenistan

0.7

41,993

Gambia

1.7

40,810

Faroe Islands

82.8

40,484

Samoa

20.3

40,230

Papua New Guinea

0.4

38,176

Dominica

52.8

37,978

DR Congo

0.041

36,939

Lesotho

1.7

36,759

Turks and Caicos Islands

93.4

36,170

Eswatini

3.0

35,227

Monaco

86.5

33,965

Gabon

1.5

33,591

Saint Kitts and Nevis

60.9

32,415

Greenland

55.8

31,672

Tonga

28.4

29,980

Grenada

24.8

27,929

Liechtenstein

70.6

26,928

Benin

0.2

26,624

Sao Tome and Principe

10.9

23,918

St Vincent and the Grenadines

20.8

23,087

Djibouti

2.2

21,357

British Virgin Islands

64.6

19,534

South Sudan

0.2

18,863

Guinea-Bissau

1.0

18,706

Burkina Faso

0.085

17,775

Solomon Islands

2.5

17,000

Anguilla

99.6

14,937

Cook Islands

69.8

12,254

Saint Helena

130.0

7,892

Nauru

68.7

7,438

Chad

0.032

5,324

Vanuatu

1.7

5,140

Tuvalu

40.5

4,772

Falkland Islands

126.5

4,407

Montserrat

51.7

2,584

Pitcairn

100.0

47

British Indian Ocean Territory

0

0

Burundi

0

0

Eritrea

0

0

Haiti

0

0

Kiribati

0

0

Niue

0

0

North Korea

0

0

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

0

0

Tanzania

0

0

Tokelau

0

0

Vatican

0

0

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Who is receiving vaccines?

With an aim to give doses to nearly every adult around the world, this is the largest vaccination programme in history.

China and the US have administered the highest number of doses, with more than 970 million and almost 315 million respectively.

India ranks third, with more than 260 million.

While countries in Europe and the Americas are progressing well with their vaccination campaigns, many states in Africa are experiencing supply issues..


Global vaccine rollout

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No vaccine data available. In some cases there may be a delay between announcements of vaccine programmes getting underway and data on doses delivered becoming available.

    Many poorer countries are relying on deliveries from Covax, a scheme led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, together with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), which is trying to ensure everyone in the world has access to a Covid vaccine.

    Ghana became the first country to receive vaccines through this programme on 24 February.

    Covax plans to deliver about two billion vaccine doses globally by the end of the year, but many vaccines require two doses per person.

    Leaders of the G7 countries have pledged to supply one billion vaccine doses to poorer countries, either directly or through the Covax scheme.

    Which vaccines are in use?

    The vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech was the first approved by the WHO, followed by several others.

    The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is now the most widely used around the globe.

    Unlike Pfizer's jab – which has to be kept at an extremely cold temperature (-70C) – the Oxford vaccine can be stored in a normal fridge, which makes it easier to distribute.

    Most governments are starting with doses for the over-60s, health workers and people who are clinically vulnerable.

    In countries such as Israel and the UK, there are already promising signs the vaccines are reducing hospital admissions and deaths, as well as community transmission.

    Worldwide, more than 200 possible vaccines are undergoing trials to test their efficacy and safety.

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    About this data

    Our World in Data, a collaboration between Oxford University and an educational charity, collated the information in the map and table above.

    Population figures have been sourced from the United Nations' mid-2020 estimates, and UK data from official government sources and the Office of National Statistics.