This is how the rates go by country

(CNN Español) — 43.1% of the world’s population is at least partially vaccinated against covid-19, according to Our World In Data.

How are vaccination rates in Latin American countries?

Here are the figures from Our World In Data with a cut-off date of September 18 (some countries have figures from previous cut-off dates, according to the data available by country for the early morning of Monday, September 20):

  • Uruguay 77,96%
  • Chile 76,40%
  • Brazil 68.13%
  • Cuba 68,12%
  • Panama 66.01%
  • Argentina 63,52%
  • Costa Rica 61.19%
  • Ecuador 59,81%
  • El Salvador 59.46%
  • Dominican Republic 54.51%
  • Colombia 48,46%
  • Mexico 47.51%
  • Belice 44.50%
  • Guyana 43,23%
  • Peru 37.03%
  • Suriname 36.65%
  • Paraguay 35,34%
  • Bolivia 35,16%
  • Honduras 29,29%
  • Venezuela 23,77%
  • Guatemala 22,32%
  • Nicaragua 7,32%
  • Haiti 0.35%

By way of comparison, Portugal reaches a vaccination rate of 87.01% and Spain of 79.97%. India has at least partially vaccinated 42.86% of its population, and South Africa, 18.93%.

On average, South America reaches a vaccination rate of 58.53% and North America, 56.19%.

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