UAE Became The First Country In The World To Receive 100 Percent Vaccination Rate; Details Here

by Shrestha Purkayastha
UAE Became The First Country In The World To Receive 100 Percent Vaccination Rate; Details Here

The UAE has the most persons who have gotten at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccination in the world. The government’s health sector stated on November 23 that it had risen to the top of the latest rankings.

At Least One Jab Has Been Given To 91 Percent Of The UAE’s Population

At least one vaccination has been given to 91 per cent of the country’s population. Dr Farida Al Hosani, the official spokesman for the UAE’s health sector, agreed. According to the Khaleej Times. At least 80.38 per cent of the country’s population has received both vaccination doses. The United Arab Emirates is ranked second in the world by World in Data. Portugal is carefully following the UAE. There is 81.2 per cent of persons who have been fully immunised. The Covid-19 vaccine has been administered to at least 87 per cent of Portugal’s population.

When It Came To The Number Of Coronavirus Tests Performed, The UAE Was Ranked Third In The World

When it comes to the number of coronavirus tests performed per 1,000 people in nations with populations of more than one million, the UAE is rated third in the globe. These figures reflect testing performed from the beginning of the pandemic through September 12. In the UAE, the number of Covid-19 cases has fallen by 60% since August 2020. As a result, the lowest percentage of infections in a year was recorded.

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The UAE’s Victory In The Battle Can Be Traced Back To A Successful National Vaccination Campaign

The UAE’s success in the pandemic war can be attributed to a strong national immunisation effort and society’s commitment to safety laws. In comparison to the unvaccinated group, vaccines help to avoid infection and disease complications, as well as hospital admissions, shorter hospital stays, and the need for ventilators.

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