Visual Capitalist December 18, 2020
Avery Koop

Tracking COVID-19 Vaccines Around the World

In November 2020, the world received the exciting news that the first COVID-19 vaccines were ready for roll out—and as of now, nearly 7.25 billion doses have been pre-purchased by countries and organizations around the globe.

Today’s visualizations highlight the number of vaccine doses that different countries have purchased, as well as the companies and organizations that have pre-sold them.

The data has been collected via the Launch and Scale Speedometer at the Duke Global Health Innovation Center with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Breaking Down COVID-19 Vaccines by Country

Although high income countries are currently buying the larger shares of doses, India has ordered 1.5 billion—more than any other individual...

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Topics: Biotechnology, Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, Patient / Consumer, Pharma, Pharma / Biotech, Provider, Public Health
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