Over 1.11 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been administered around the world by the start of May, according to figures from the online resource Our World in Data, APA reports quoting Anadolu Agency.
With 253.46 million jabs China is the country where the greatest number of vaccine shots have been given to date.
It is followed by the US with 240.16 million, India 154.98 million, the UK 48.14 million, Brazil 41.99 million, Germany 28.77 million, Turkey 22.87 million, France 20.97 million, Indonesia 19.89 million, Russia 19.52 million, Italy 19.42 million, Mexico 17.36 million, Spain 15.86 million, Chile 14.62 million, Canada 13.13 million, Poland 11.47 million, and the UAE at 10.55 million doses.
The country with the highest vaccination rate is the island nation of Seychelles, where the number of doses administered per 100 people is 127.66.
It is followed by Israel at 121.24, the UAE 106.64, San Marino 85.36, Chile 76.47, Malta 75.06, the Maldives 73.63, Bahrain 71.94, the US 70.97, the UK 70.91, Bhutan 62.25, and Monaco with 62.15 doses per 100 people.