Mexican authorities have given 24.6 million doses of the anti-corona virus vaccine to its citizens in the country so far, according to data announced Saturday by Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg News.
The average vaccination rate in Mexico is estimated at 185,191 doses per day. At this rate, it would take Mexico 2.8 years to vaccinate 75% of the population with a two-dose vaccine. The vaccination process began about 14 weeks ago in the country.
The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus reached 2.2 million, and the number of deaths reached 200,862 deaths. It has been 1 year and 4 weeks since the first case was recorded in Mexico.
It is noteworthy that the doses and numbers of people who are vaccinated are estimates, and they depend on the type of vaccine that the country gives, that is, whether it is from one or two doses.
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