Based on the data of many research and statistics agencies, the number of people vaccinated against the novel coronavirus worldwide has now exceeded the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide.
According to the world’s largest vaccination database established by Bloomberg, at the current vaccination rate, it will take 7.4 years for the world to return to normal state before the pandemic.
According to the Lianyi Morning Post on February 6, according to Oxford University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States, as of the 3rd, the global population had received 104.9 million doses of coronavirus vaccine, compared with 104.1 million confirmed cases worldwide that day.
Countries are accelerating vaccinations for more people as new strains of more infectious variants emerge.
The Center for Global Health Innovation at Duke University in the United States confirmed that 7.7 billion doses of vaccines have been purchased worldwide, and another 5 billion doses are still under negotiation.
According to officials such as Fauci, the chief infectious disease expert in the United States, “if you want to get everything back to normal, vaccination must cover 70% to 85% of the population.” Targeting 75% coverage of two doses
It will take 7.4 years for the world to return to pre-pandemic normality, according to Bloomberg’s vaccine tracking project data, the world’s largest vaccination database.
As measured by vaccination, Israel has the highest vaccination rate in the world and is expected to achieve 75% coverage in just two months.
The United States will reach this level by 2022.
The Bloomberg database calculations show a real-time overview, aiming to grasp the current vaccination rate.
The database uses the latest rolling average of vaccination, which means that as the number of vaccinations rises, the time required to reach the 75% threshold will be shortened.
In addition, the calculation results may be inaccurate due to some interference factors.