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Fig. 4

From: Global diversity of policy, coverage, and demand of COVID-19 vaccines: a descriptive study

Fig. 4

Vaccine coverage by age group. Proportion of age-specific populations that received full doses (A) and at least one dose (B) among total populations. The dividing line between age groups was not consistent across countries. Children refers to 0–11-year-olds; adolescent refers to 12–17-year-olds; adult refers to people aged 18–64 (Austria, Belgium, Chile, United States), 18–59 years old (Argentina, Canada, China, Czechia, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Guatemala, Kenya, Malaysia, Iceland, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Netherlands), 20–59 (Australia, Costa Rica, Israel, Italy, Singapore, Spain), or 20–64 (Denmark, New Zealand, Uruguay); and senior refers to people aged over 60 or 65 years old. Some countries only reported data for 0–19-year-olds (Israel), which we designated as an adolescent group

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