Only a fraction of the world’s population is fully vaccinated against Covid-19. In some countries, however, herd immunity seems to be within reach, as an analysis shows.
More than 31 million people worldwide have already been fully vaccinated against Covid-19. That is not even half a percent of the total population. Most of the vaccine doses against Covid-19 were given in only a few countries. UN Secretary General António Guterres recently ruled that this is unfair. Individual industrial nations are already moving rapidly towards herd immunity. The question that arises more and more is how long it will be before a sufficient number of people around the world will be fully vaccinated, also in order to contain the risk of the spread of virus mutations.
You can see what global trend in vaccinations against Covid-19 is currently being observed and how Germany is doing and when the world could be vaccinated here or above in the video.