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Which countries are winning the COVID-19 vaccine race?
The interactive graphic below shows how countries around the world are tracking with their COVID-19 vaccination programs.
Published 23 February 2021 at 6:47am
COVID-19 vaccination drives are seeing success in many countries, but vaccinating the world's 7.8 billion people is a feat that has never been attempted before.
There have been issues around inequality - with the World Health Organization saying the divide is creating a "two-track pandemic" - and in 2022, millions of booster shots (a third dose) are expected to be administered.
The Australian Government initially came under criticism for its management of a slower than expected rollout, but how does it compare now to the rest of the world?
The interactive graphic below shows how each country is doing based on its population size and is updated automatically. In most instances, 'fully vaccinated' refers to having two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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