Researchers at British universities and others have found that the number of vaccinations for the new coronavirus has reached 10 billion times worldwide.

According to the site "Our World in Data" operated by researchers at Oxford University in the United Kingdom, the number of inoculations of the new coronavirus vaccine worldwide is the number of inoculations of the new coronavirus vaccine, except for countries and regions where the specific breakdown cannot be confirmed. By the 27th, it had reached 10 billion times.

The percentage of people who have been vaccinated at least once is 60.8% of the world's population, and the percentage of people who have finished vaccination is 52.3% of the world's population.

The number of inoculations per day is about 25 million worldwide.

On the other hand, the issue of vaccination is to correct the disparity between developed and developing countries.

Even though the proportion of boosters has reached 12% of the world's population, among countries with low national incomes, even at least one dose is 9.8%, depending on the country. It is clear that there are many people who have never been vaccinated.