Tracking Coronavirus Vaccinations Around the World

100 200 300 400 500 600 700 millionDec. 14April 11787 million Total doses administered

More than 787 million vaccine doses have been administered worldwide, equal to 10 doses for every 100 people. There is already a stark gap between vaccination programs in different countries, with many yet to report a single dose.

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Source: Vaccinations data from local governments via Our World in Data.

Vaccinations by country

Doses administered Pct. of population
Per 100 people Total Vaccinated Fully vaccinated
World 10 786,683,747
Israel 115 10,256,698 60% 56%
Seychelles 107 103,968 67% 41%
U.A.E. 94 9,005,444
Chile 64 12,031,595 39% 25%
Bhutan 63 474,303 63%
Bahrain 61 956,471 36% 25%
U.K. 60 39,587,893 48% 11%
United States 56 187,047,131 36% 22%
Maldives 55 283,753 52% 3.0%
Monaco 53 20,510 30% 23%
San Marino 50 16,889 27% 23%
Malta 50 240,984 36% 14%
Hungary 42 4,117,641 30% 12%
Serbia 41 2,882,854 25% 17%
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Note: Some countries do not provide data for the number of people who have been partially or fully vaccinated.

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 all required doses of a vaccine. For the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, a person who is “fully vaccinated” has received two doses.

While vaccine doses remain relatively scarce globally, most countries have focused their early vaccination efforts on priority groups like the clinically vulnerable; people in their 60s, 70s and older; and front-line workers, like doctors and nurses. Israel is vaccinating its population faster than any other country, with 115 doses administered for every 100 people.

Vaccination rates by country

Doses administered per 100 people

Tracking vaccination rates by country

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Israel
107
Seychelles
94
U.A.E.
64
Chile
63
Bhutan
61
Bahrain
60
U.K.
56
United States
55
Maldives
53
Monaco
50
San Marino
50
Malta
42
Hungary
41
Serbia
39
Qatar
30
Uruguay
30
Singapore
25
Dominica
25
Estonia
24
Iceland
24
Lithuania
24
Austria
24
Morocco
23
Barbados
23
Denmark
22
Turkey
22
Finland
22
Germany
22
Belgium
22
Spain
22
Canada
22
Italy
22
France
22
Ireland
21
Portugal
21
Norway
21
Slovakia
21
Slovenia
20
Poland
20
Greece
20
Luxembourg
20
Switzerland
20
Czech Republic
19
Mongolia
19
Sweden
19
Romania
19
Saudi Arabia
18
Liechtenstein
17
Netherlands
16
Andorra
15
Cyprus
15
Kuwait
14
Croatia
13
Saint Lucia
13
Brazil
12
Mainland China
12
Argentina
12
Panama
12
Azerbaijan
10
Dominican Rep.
10
Costa Rica
9.8
Russia
9.2
Latvia
9.0
Mexico
9.0
Albania
8.8
Grenada
8.2
Bulgaria
7.9
Cambodia
7.7
India
7.1
Belize
6.8
Montenegro
6.1
Colombia
5.7
Nepal
5.7
Suriname
5.6
Indonesia
5.3
Jordan
5.2
Guyana
4.7
Australia
4.3
Sri Lanka
4.0
Lebanon
3.7
Bolivia
3.6
Bangladesh
3.5
Oman
3.3
Peru
3.1
El Salvador
3.0
Malaysia
2.8
Rwanda
2.7
Ecuador
2.4
Ghana
2.4
South Korea
2.2
Senegal
1.8
New Zealand
1.8
Moldova
1.6
Jamaica
1.3
Japan
1.2
North Macedonia
1.1
Tunisia
1.1
Malawi
1.1
Philippines
0.8
Ukraine
0.8
Guatemala
0.8
Thailand
0.7
Paraguay
0.7
Kenya
0.6
Guinea
0.6
Kazakhstan
0.6
Honduras
0.6
Angola
0.5
South Africa
0.5
Nigeria
0.5
Georgia
0.4
Uganda
0.4
Pakistan
0.3
Venezuela
0.2
Ivory Coast
0.1
Namibia
0.1
Vietnam

There is also a striking divide between continents. Africa has the slowest vaccination rate of any continent, with many countries yet to start mass vaccination campaigns.

Vaccination rates by continent

Doses administered per 100 people

North America
35
Europe
21
South America
12
Asia
7.7
Oceania
2.9
Africa
1.0
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Less wealthy countries are relying on a vaccine-sharing arrangement called Covax, which aims to provide two billion doses by the end of the year.

83 percent of shots that have gone into arms worldwide have been administered in high- and upper-middle-income countries. Only 0.1 percent of doses have been administered in low-income countries.

Vaccination rates by country income level

Doses administered per 100 people. Circles sized by country population. Some countries may have started to administer doses, but have not yet reported data.

No dosesreported <0.1 1 10 100High income countriesUpper middleLower middleLow
Note: Countries with no reported vaccinations either have not started a widespread vaccination campaign or aren’t regularly reporting data on the number of doses administered. Doses administered are plotted on a log scale.

Most of the vaccines currently in use require two doses for a patient to be fully vaccinated. In February the Food and Drug Administration authorized a one-shot vaccine by pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson for emergency use in the United States.

Where each vaccine is being used

Oxford-AstraZeneca

117 countries

Pfizer-BioNTech

84 countries

Moderna

36 countries

Sinopharm-Beijing

27 countries

Gamaleya (Sputnik V)

23 countries

Sinovac

19 countries

Sinopharm-Wuhan

2 countries

Johnson&Johnson

2 countries

Bharat Biotech (Covaxin)

1 country

Vector Institute (EpiVacCorona)

1 country
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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