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VACCINATIONS

Vaccinated% min 1-Dose

72,4%58,3%53,9%52,0%45,3%45,1%44,4%41,8%41,4%40,0%39,4%38,8%38,7%38,6%38,6%38,1%37,8%37,4%37,3%37,3%36,5%36,0%35,4%35,1%32,8%32,5%32,0%30,6%26,9%22,5%21,5%16,9%11,8%11,4%8,7%5,8%4,6%3,6%2,5%0,0%10,0%20,0%30,0%40,0%50,0%60,0%70,0%80,0%MaltaUnited KingdomHungaryIcelandFinlandGermanyCyprusAustriaBelgiumItalySpainFranceLithuaniaNetherlandsPortugalDenmarkSerbiaPolandSwedenCzechiaEstoniaGreeceSwitzerlandIrelandSloveniaSlovakiaCroatiaNorwayLatviaRomaniaMontenegroAlbaniaBulgariaNorth MacedoniaMoldovaBosnia and HerzegovinaBelarusKosovoUkraine

Τhe above graph demonstrates the population percentage vaccinated with at least one dose for all the European countries. Malta, United Kingdom, Hungary and Iceland have achieved vaccination of minimum one dose for over 50% of their population.

Following, there is graph demonstrating the positive correlation between country GDP and Vaccination percentage with minimum one dose. We can see that poor countries have significantly lower percentage of vaccination, an issue which may affect negatively the long term pandemic containment.

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