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The world has reached its worst week of history with COVID-19 infection

Vaccinations have taken individual steps to get out of the coronavirus pandemic, but that’s not the norm. In fact, Bloomberg reports that the world is in the worst week of history with COVID-19 infection. Absolutely amazing. https://t.co/RJAGo6u6Tx pic.twitter.com/c3mkc5SFuT — Joe Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) April 19, 2021 India and Brazil, two of the most populous countries in the world, both experienced a surge And this contributes to a record number. Analysts have for some time warned that unequal vaccine distribution could lead to these types of discrepancies. Bloomberg’s David Fickling argues that the increase in cases reflects different trends around the world, but in reality about two-thirds of the world’s population lives in middle-income countries. It seems, and states that it is actually lagging behind. vaccination. High-income countries like the United States tend to have surplus doses, but low-income countries also receive significant per capita thanks to intensive efforts like the global bulk purchase COVAX. I am. Vaccine program. However, middle-income countries, including India and China, have low coverage rates, suggesting that vaccinations will take some time to begin, and the pandemic may not be over yet. But what is interesting is what is happening in the middle-income countries where two-thirds of the world’s people live. Vaccination rates are only 12% in low- and middle-income countries such as India and Vietnam, and 28% in high- and middle-income countries such as China and Indonesia. pic.twitter.com/JM57FKlpKS — David Fickling (@davidfickling) April 19, 2021 More Stories from theweek.com That you can’t stop seeing Donald Trump’s most dangerous political heritage Show new HBO show