The European Union finally overtook the United States in the vaccine race

Looks like the leaders are facing a glass ceiling. After their sprint, some countries are now finding it difficult to pursue vaccinations. This is especially the case in the United States. The vaccine, similar to the marathon, has been in existence since Monday, July 19 by the EU, which was initially delayed.

From mid-April, the American campaign skating. Unable to set up health passes – unthinkable in most states – authorities are struggling to encourage more suspects to go the route of vaccination centers. In three months, the level in the field of vaccination has risen from 10 doses to 1.6 doses per 100 people administered per day.

In contrast, the old continent is vaccinating faster and faster. Since June 1, it has overtaken its neighbors on the other side of the Atlantic, offering 7 doses per day per 100 people, according to official data released online. Our World Data. France is ahead of Germany in terms of vaccine speed, with 8 doses per day, against 7 of our neighbors across the Rhine. Only Italy and Portugal lead the EU with 9 doses and 10.4 per 100 population, respectively.

In this precious race for collective immunity, the old continent is a force to be reckoned with. 55.96% of the population received at least one dose, The European Union is at 55.71% stagnant over the United States on Monday. One more step to accelerate. Whether to travel across the continent or get a local health pass is causing a stir at population vaccination centers across Europe. However, the continent is ten points behind the United Kingdom, which has largely vaccinated its people with the Astrogeneca product.

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