10 countries that lead the world in vaccinating their people against Covid-19
Only Israel and the UAE are further along in vaccinating their populations against Covid-19 than the tiny African nation of Seychelles.
Seychelles – ranked 178th in the world by the size of its economy - have vaccinated 13.4% of its population.
Israel comfortably leads the world, having vaccinated 38% of its population, followed by the UAE (22.7%).
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Countries ranked by proportion of the population that has received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine (Our World in Data):
United Arab Emirates (22.7%)
United Kingdom (8%)
United States (5.3%)
Seychelles is dependent on tourism for 65% of its GDP.
It reopened its borders this week and lifted quarantine requirements for travellers who can provide proof of having been vaccinated against Covid-19.
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