On April 26, China surpassed the United States for the first time in vaccination, ranking first in the world.
As of June 2, 2021, 31 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government) and Xinjiang production and Construction Corps have reported a total of 704.826 million doses of new coronavirus vaccine, according to the website of the National Health Commission on June 3.
Since December 15, 2020, China officially launched the vaccination work for key population, the vaccination speed of new crown vaccine in various places has been continuously improved, and has repeatedly set records. On December 15, 2020, China officially launched the vaccination work for key population, and the vaccination of new crown vaccine in various places has been accelerating. In March of this year, the speed of vaccination of Xinguan vaccine was particularly obvious.
From March 27 to April 21, the number of inoculations exceeded 100 million doses for the first time, and the additional 100 million doses took 25 days;
On May 7, more than 300 million doses took 16 days;
By May 16, more than 400 million doses were used in 9 days;
On May 23, the number exceeded 500 million doses, which took seven days.
As of May 28, more than 600 million doses of new coronavirus vaccine have been reported. From 500 million to over 600 million, it took only five days, and the speed of vaccination accelerated again. The 700 million doses from May 28 to June 2 took 5 days.
In addition to the longitudinal comparison, China's vaccination times have always been in the forefront in the world. According to our world in data, since January 13 this year, China has been ranked among the world's top two vaccine doses.
From January 13 to April 26, China only lagged behind the United States, and the data between the two countries were not much different. On April 26, China's vaccine times for the first time surpassed the 232 million doses of the United States with 235 million doses, ranking first.
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