The United States is one of the first countries in the world to launch a new crown vaccination plan, but the pace of vaccination has slowed significantly in recent months, and the vaccination rate has been surpassed by many wealthy countries.The latest data shows that the vaccination rate in the United States is comparable to that of Japan, which only began to vaccinate the public in February 2021, and ranks at the end of the G7.
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According to the Our World in Data project of Oxford University in the United Kingdom, on September 9, Japan’s vaccination rate surpassed that of the United States. 62.16% of Japanese people were at least partially vaccinated, while the proportion of Americans was 61.94%; however, by 9 On the 11th, the vaccination rate in the United States reached 62.26%, but the data in Japan has not been updated, and it is still 62.16%.
On the other hand, the fully vaccinated population in the United States exceeds 53%, which is only higher than Japan in the G7.
As a matter of fact, the vaccination rate in the United States has stagnated recently. Between July 24 and September 9, the rate of completed vaccination only increased by 4%. In contrast, Japan has accelerated its injections for the public in recent months, and the vaccination rate has been completed at the same time. A sharp increase of 25%.
The total population of the United States is 2.6 times that of Japan, but Japan currently receives more than 1 million doses of vaccine per day, which is about 300,000 more doses than the United States. The recent pace of vaccination in the United States has been very slow, and the number of confirmed cases in the United States has continued to rise since early July, and the epidemic has shown no signs of easing.
Among the G7 member states, Canada has the highest vaccination rate. As of September 11, about 3/4 of the population had received at least one dose of the vaccine. France, Italy and the United Kingdom followed closely with vaccination rates ranging from 70% to 73. In Germany, about 65% of the population has received the first injection.
US Public Health Service Director Morsi said that before the opening of the United Nations General Assembly tomorrow, President Biden will announce new measures to combat the new crown epidemic, but Morsi did not disclose details, saying only that the authorities will continue to take more epidemic prevention actions.