Source: COVID GAP Analysis using vaccination coverage data from Our World in Data from December 31, 2021
*Note: Eritrea and North Korea are eligible for AMC status but have not reported vaccination coverage data.

Source: Manufacturing projection data from Launch and Scale Speedometer, an initiative of the Duke Global Health Innovation Center (November 10, 2021)

Global manufacturing supply is sufficient to reach coverage target.

Source: COVID GAP analysis using vaccination rate data from Multilateral Leaders Task Force on COVID-19 (December 14, 2021)

Supply is available but not getting to where it is needed most – many regions of the world still face significant gaps.

Source: COVID GAP analysis using vaccination rate data from Multilateral Leaders Task Force on COVID-19 (December 14, 2021)

The distribution of global supply has been disproportionately skewed towards high and upper-middle income countries.

Source: COVID GAP analysis, using donations data from Launch and Scale Speedometer, an initiative of the Duke Global Health Innovation Center (Tab 5.1 updated December 3, 2021; Tab 5.2 updated December 9, 2021)

Rapid redistribution of G7/EU excess supply can close the vaccine gap.

Source: ACT-A and COVID GAP analysis of publicly available data

In the previous year, ACT-A was underfunded. New budgets have been set for the coming year which must be met to execute strategy. Fundraising events and global leader meetings have spurred some financial commitments.

Source: COVID GAP analysis based on publicly available data (December 10, 2021)