According to statistics from April 8, the Minsap informed that a total of 35,519,808 doses of the local vaccines Soberana 02, Soberana Plus and Abdala have been administered so far.
The first dose was administered to at least 10,642,040 citizens, including those recovering from Covid-19 (a disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2), who received a single dose of Soberana Plus.
The Minsap added that 9,395,038 Cubans have already received a second dose of vaccines and 9,080,011 have received the third dose, while the booster has been administered to 6,402,082 in certain territories and risk groups.
According to statistics from the Our World in Data website of the British University of Oxford, since January 2022, Cuba has led the average number of doses applied daily per 100 inhabitants and it now registers 313.42, ahead of Chile (266 ), Singapore (254.23), China (227.77) and Brazil (196.11).
With at least one dose of its local vaccines, Cuba trails the United Arab Emirates and Portugal, and ranks ahead of Brazil, Bangladesh, the United States, Indonesia, India, Mexico and Pakistan. Cuba remains third in the index of people receiving the full vaccination program, behind the United Arab Emirates and Portugal, while it is ahead of Chile, Singapore, China, Canada, Brazil, Italy and Japan .
Data from Our World in Data indicates that 64.7% of the world’s population has received at least one injection against Covid-19, and 11.37 billion doses have been administered worldwide.
To date, only 14.8% of people in low-income countries have received at least the first dose of a vaccine.