Vaccination Rates for COVID in Some Parts of the World Have Crashed

Vaccination Rates for COVID in Some Parts of the World Have Crashed
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Experts and authorities are forced to cope with some terrible news for them. It was well-known from the start that a lot of people don’t trust the COVID vaccines, regardless of what company developed them. But as experts were hoping that more and more individuals will decide to get vaccinated for the coronavirus, the situation is the complete opposite in some parts of the world.

As a new article from CNBC.com reveals, a significant amount of the population living in some countries and states haven’t yet chosen to get vaccinated for COVID.

“A serious concern”

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Dr. Hans Kluge, who is regional director of the European region for the World Health Organization (WHO), declared in a press statement:

The stagnation in vaccine uptake in our region is of serious concern,

Now that public health and social measures are being relaxed in many countries, the public’s vaccination acceptance is crucial if we are to avoid greater transmission, more severe disease, an increase in deaths and a bigger risk that new variants of concern will emerge.

According to The Economist, the COVID vaccine developed by AstraZeneca is the most widely accepted, as a number of 119 governments have recognized it.

According to information brought by Our World in Data, 40.4% of the entire world population has been vaccinated for COVID with at least the first shot. The same source says that 5.49 billion doses of vaccine have been administered worldwide, while 31.49 million are currently being administered every day.

What do you think about the information that makes the purpose of this article? Are you more willing to get vaccinated for COVID if you haven’t done so already? What are the motives behind your decision? Feel free to leave a comment!


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Cristian Antonescu

Even since he was a child, Cristian was staring curiously at the stars, wondering about the Universe and our place in it. Today he's seeing his dream come true by writing about the latest news in astronomy. Cristian is also glad to be covering health and other science topics, having significant experience in writing about such fields.

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