Uruguay and Chile are the only South American countries able to complete vaccination within a year

According to a report by The New York Times, only 43 countries could complete inoculation against the coronavirus within a year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The New York Times published a report on the accessibility of vaccination against the coronavirus around the world.

According to the report, a total 43 countries, "mostly high-income countries," are on track to complete inoculation of the population within a year. Among these, only four are in the Americas: the United States, the Dominican Republic, Chile and Uruguay.

The list includes a large number of European countries, as well as Israel, Mongolia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia from Asia, and Morocco from Africa.

In contrast, there are 148 countries, which "according to their vaccination rate," will . . .

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