People wait to be vaccinated in San Salvador, on Tuesday. (Jose Cabezas/Reuters)
To date, more than 45 percent of the eligible U.S. population has received at least one vaccine dose though the number of new cases continued to trend upward at an average of 11 percent over the past week. At least 562,000 people have died.
Germany has taken enforcement of prioritization rules to another level.
Despite receiving a supply of vaccines in January, the small Himalayan kingdom didn’t begin immunizing its population until March 27, a date that was selected through astrological consultations with Buddhist monks.
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