After months of roaming through the vaccine campaign, Brazil finally picked up speed and surpassed the United States in the number of daily uses. The difference is 82% when compared to the average dosage used in Brazil and the United States on the exact days after completion of the 6.5 month vaccination. As of Saturday, July 31, 1.52 million Brazilians had received vaccines against the disease, according to a survey of the mobile average from the portal. Our world in data, Affiliated with the University of Oxford, UK. On June 28, the average number of applications in the United States, according to the same site, was 833,990 doses.
About 5 months after the campaign started here in Brazil, on June 20, the US vaccine momentum was surpassed for the first time. Since then, Brazilian daily use has been above average US use. In July, for the first time, Brazil averaged over 1 million doses per day.
The drop in vaccine speed in the United States is often caused by anti-vaccine and non-vaccine groups. The problem is that this is leading to a new wave of cases in India, associated with the spread of delta variability, identified in India, which is highly contagious. To promote the vaccine, the US government is running a series of campaigns, including the assistance of digital influencers. In New York, for example, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that those who pass the vaccination post will receive $ 100 to receive the first dose of the Covit-19 vaccine.
In Brazil, the opposite is true. The campaign progressed slowly due to the lack of dose. In many cases, cities had to stop the campaign because the demand for the vaccine was greater than the supply. This problem seems to be over or at least minimal. There are still specific suspensions, but the new dose will be sent to the states soon. It remains to be seen whether this trend will continue; But everything means that.
On the other hand, the Brazilian vaccine rate wants a lot more, compared to the American. On the 195th day of vaccination, the United States fully vaccinated 45.98% of its population, twice as many as in Brazil, and only 19.6% in the same period.
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