Tracking Coronavirus Vaccinations Around the World

71.2% of the global population
Received at least one dose
Fully vaccinated
Partially vaccinated

More than 5.47 billion people worldwide have received a dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, equal to about 71.2 percent of the world population. This map shows the stark gap between vaccination programs in different countries.

Share of population receiving at least one dose
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Vaccinations by country

Pct. of population Additional doses Doses administered
Vaccinated Fully vaccinated Per 100 people Total Per 100 people Total
World 71% 66%
34 2,615,093,341 169 13,006,040,064
Samoa >99% >99%
40 79,061 267 526,775
Brunei >99% >99%
78 338,987 296 1,283,392
Macau >99% >99%
62 390,653 265 1,671,039
U.A.E. >99%* >99%*
53* 5,138,699* 255* 24,922,054*
Qatar >99% >99%
67 1,899,543 268 7,598,133
Nepal 96% 83%
30 8,674,375 209 59,930,762
Chile 95% 93%
145 27,388,972 330 62,588,113
Malta 95% 94%
91 458,348 273 1,373,656
Portugal 95% 86%
68 7,003,204 267 27,442,872
Cuba 95% 88%
76 8,660,196 376 42,568,608
Nicaragua 94% 90%
184 12,020,538
Vietnam 93%* 88%*
59* 56,988,856* 273* 263,040,545*
Mainland China 93% 91%
58 811,176,000 246 3,444,548,000
Peru 93% 87%
85 27,613,310 265 86,105,407
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Note: Some countries may have started administering additional doses but have not reported data yet. Table shows countries with at least 100,000 people. Use the search feature to find data for countries with smaller populations. Numbers marked with an asterisk * were last reported more than two weeks ago.·Source: Vaccinations data from local governments via Our World in Data.

The data is compiled from government sources by the Our World in Data project at the University of Oxford. A vaccinated person refers to someone who has received at least one dose of a vaccine, and a fully vaccinated person has received either a single-dose vaccine or both doses of a two-dose vaccine, such as the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna shots.

Many countries started to administer additional doses toward the end of 2021 after research found that vaccine effectiveness wanes over time. More than 2.62 billion additional doses have been administered worldwide. Additional doses include booster doses given to fully vaccinated individuals when the protection from the original shots has begun to decline, as well as extra shots given to people, such as the immunocompromised, who did not have a strong immune response from their initial doses.

Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, the manufacturers of two of the most widely used Covid-19 vaccinations, have developed updated vaccines that more effectively protect against the newer Omicron variant. These are currently being administered in many countries, including the United States and Britain.

Doses administered per day

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Note: Data is a 7-day rolling average. Some countries only report vaccination data intermittently, which can lead to anomalies in their average. Countries marked with an asterisk * have not reported data in the last two weeks.

Vaccination rates around the world have stagnated in recent months, with public demand dropping even as vaccine supply has become more abundant.

Early leads in vaccination rates have become entrenched. Africa has the lowest vaccination rate of any continent, with just 33.4 percent of the population receiving at least one dose of a vaccine, compared to 82 percent in Latin America.

Vaccination rates by region

As a share of total population. The height of each bar is proportional to the region’s population.

Partially vaccinated
Fully vaccinated
Latin America
82% at least one dose
U.S. and Canada
Middle East

More than two-dozen different vaccines have been used worldwide, according to data from Our World in Data.

Where each vaccine has been used

These maps are no longer being updated. Data is as of November 30, 2022.


185 countries


165 countries


113 countries

Johnson & Johnson

101 countries


74 countries


41 countries

Gamaleya (Sputnik V)

36 countries


33 countries

Bharat Biotech (Covaxin)

30 countries
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Note: The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine is known as Covishield in India. Only countries that report doses administered are shown. Other countries may have approved vaccines but have not administered them yet.·Source: Our World in Data

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