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European Union overtakes United States in Covid-19 Vaccinations

The European Union, that consists of 27 member states have now altogether been successful in administering a greater number of the novel corona virus vaccine doses per 100 people than the United States of America, and the novel corona virus inoculations across the European Union have been able to maintain some speed throughout the season of summer, as the novel corona virus vaccine have been stuck in the United States for weeks.

The countries in the European Union have successfully administered 102.66 doses of the novel corona virus vaccine per one hundred people on Tuesday 27th July 2021, whereas the United States of America had been able to administer around 102.44 corona virus doses per one hundred people. In the month of July 2021, the European Union has also overtaken the United States of America in the first covid-19 injections, and currently around 58 percent of the people across the European Union have successfully received a dose of the vaccine as compared with 56.5 percent people in US.

According to the latest figures, there have been a contrast with the early stages of the novel corona virus vaccination campaigns in 2021, when the countries of the European Union had been facing a shortage of the novel corona virus vaccine doses along with the delays in the deliveries of the vaccines.

But the European Union has now been successfully vaccinating the people at faster pace than several of the developed countries across the world, and over 70 percent of the adult people in the European Union have now received at least dose of the covid-19 vaccine.