By Josh Holder,?Allison McCann and Benjamin Mueller
Much of the continent is experiencing a wave of outbreaks driven by the B.1.1.7 variant, which ravaged Britain this winter.
The majority of the nation’s most disadvantaged counties with the fewest fully vaccinated people are in the South.
By Josh Holder and Amy Schoenfeld Walker
Many low-income nations lacked the means to preorder doses, and their residents have received just 0.1 percent of vaccine shots given worldwide.
By Keith Collins and Josh Holder
This was featured in live coverage.
By Matthew Bloch,?Larry Buchanan and Josh Holder
About 30 percent of adults in the city have gotten at least one dose, but there are significant disparities in vaccination rates across neighborhoods and demographics.
North America and Europe are far outpacing most countries in Asia and Africa.
By Josh Holder and Apoorva Mandavilli
By Amy Schoenfeld Walker,?Anjali Singhvi,?Josh Holder,?Robert Gebeloff and Yuriria Avila
In the United States, the vaccination rates for Black and Hispanic people are far outpaced by that of white people, according to a New York Times analysis.
By Allison McCann,?Lauren Leatherby and Josh Holder