Washington -. Cuba is one of the leading Latin American countries in terms of the number of people vaccinated with the least dose of anti-govit-19 drugs, the television network CNN reported today.
The U.S. media reported that 89.07 percent more people on the Caribbean island were vaccinated against the disease than in Chile (86.90), Uruguay (79.53) and Argentina (78.50). From earlier days.
Some countries are already promoting the use of booster doses, while others maintain their numbers below the global average of 51.73 percent, according to a report added to CNN’s Spanish Digital site.
Vaccination rates vary strongly between regions of the world and even Latin American countries, the text noted.
At the regional level, he explained, South America has an average of 70.53 percent and North America has 62.60 percent of immunizations, compared to Spain (81.60), the United States (67.38) and South Africa (27, 02 percent).
Dozens of countries and territories have raced to vaccinate their residents against the SARS-Cov-2 virus, which causes COV-19, since the UK administered the first dose of fully tested biology produced by Pfizer / Bioendech in December 2020.
However, researchers have exposed the gaps of more than half a year and the World Health Organization reiterates the need for international cooperation in vaccination campaigns and warns that global efforts are needed to put an end to the global epidemic.