This Tuesday, the 17th, seven months after the start of the vaccination campaign against Govt-19, began with the vaccination of nurse Menica Kalasans in Sao Paulo. During this period, between the first and second doses, more than 168.7 million doses were used. More than 57.9% of Brazilians have already received at least one dose and 24.4% are fully protected after completing the regimen with a second injection of Oxford-Astrogenega, Pfizer-Bioendech or Koronavak or Johnson single dose.
On the 210th day of the vaccination campaign, 55.27% of the population in the United States was vaccinated with at least one dose, according to Data World in Data affiliated with the University of Oxford. It is 4.8% lower than the Brazilian rate over the same period.
In June, after several months of sluggish and stagnant periods, the pace of vaccination finally rose in Brazil and never slowed down. Current Brazilian logistics allow 1.5 million Brazilians to receive injection sticks a day, according to data from the Ministry of Health, state secretariats and the Corona virus Brazil, according to a VEJA survey. In the first 16 days of July, daily doses vary between 564,769 and 2,517,029 doses, the latter of which so far the registration of applications has reached on August 11th.
It is noteworthy that while the Brazilian pace of the vaccine has accelerated, it has been declining since April 13, when it averaged 3.38 million injections and reached the peak of American daily use. On Monday, August 16, only 765,555 doses were given. The biggest challenge to getting into vaccine gear in Brazil is to provide vaccines that are adhered to in the United States. The country has a spare vaccine, but Americans who have not yet been vaccinated are reluctant to do so.
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