Hoarding the vaccines drives the price up!

There are some countries, which are hoarding the available vaccines, so that other countries are forced to delay their vaccination programs. Those countries are without scrutiny, they really don't care about others. And the truth is that when a country like Canada is buying 303.5% more vaccines than they need. Those number of vaccines would be good for 113,876,000 people, while their population counts 37,742,154, they deliberately withholding vaccines from other countries.  Here is the source. At the end of the article you can download the spreadsheet with the analysis. But Canada is not the only one who is doing something like that. Here is the full list:

Country/Region No. of people covered No. of people covered as % of population
Canada 113,876,000 303.50%
U.K. 201,840,000 302.20%
New Zealand 12,156,000 246.80%
Australia 58,676,000 229.90%
Austria 16,255,000 183.50%
Belgium 21,020,000 183.50%
Bulgaria 12,754,000 183.50%
Croatia 7,464,000 183.50%
Cyprus 1,607,000 183.50%
Czech Republic 19,541,000 183.50%
Denmark 10,653,000 183.50%
Estonia 2,431,000 183.50%
Finland 10,125,000 183.50%
France 118,939,000 183.50%
Germany 152,463,000 183.50%
Greece 19,679,000 183.50%
Hungary 17,932,000 183.50%
Ireland 9,083,000 183.50%
Italy 110,752,000 183.50%
Latvia 3,523,000 183.50%
Lithuania 5,106,000 183.50%
Luxembourg 1,127,000 183.50%
Malta 906,000 183.50%
Netherlands 31,616,000 183.50%
Norway 9,829,000 183.50%
Poland 69,675,000 183.50%
Portugal 18,855,000 183.50%
Romania 35,605,000 183.50%
Slovakia 10,000,000 183.50%
Slovenia 3,794,000 183.50%
Spain 85,295,000 183.50%
Sweden 18,950,000 183.50%
U.S. 555,000,000 169.00%
Iceland 557,000 156.00%
Hong Kong 11,626,000 154.60%
Israel 12,453,000 137.60%
Japan 151,310,000 119.90%
Mexico 152,003,000 119.10%
Uzbekistan 36,663,000 110.20%

 

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You can download the data used in this article here. This is a zip-file (compressed) with an Excel spreadsheet and additional CSV-files. All the data used in this article and the data from the spreadsheet is based on the raw data from the Data Repository by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University. It is the only acceptable repository of coronavirus infections, recoveries and mortalities in the world, supported by the W.H.O.

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