A total of 145 countries and territories still haven't begun vaccinating against the coronavirus, with 10 nations having administered 82 per cent of the jabs.
The latest figures from Our World in Data show the UK - which has so far rolled out nearly 18 million first doses - is among a select few countries dominating supplies.
The others are the US, China, India, Israel, Brazil, Turkey, UAE, Germany and Russia. However, there are others listed for having not started roll-outs, including New Zealand, South Korea and Australia, which have already got a firmer handle on the virus than many others.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, meanwhile, was pictured receiving his vaccine over the weekend as the country prepared to begin offeringRead more on mirror.co.uk