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  • Share of population covered under COVID vaccine contracts as of Jan. 2021, by country

    Jan 29, 2021 | Prevention

    As of January 29, 2021, Canada had secured enough COVID-19 vaccinations to cover it's population over three times through contracts with manufacturers. Through pre-purchase agreements, some richer countries have reserved more COVID-19 vaccinations than they have people. This statistic shows the percentage of the population worldwide that are currently covered under COVID-19 vaccine contracts as of January 29, 2021, by country.

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  • Spotify's monthly active users 2015-2020

    Oct 29, 2020 | Audio

    In the third quarter of 2020, music streaming service Spotify reported 320 million active users worldwide. This marked an increase of over 70 million in just one year. What is Spotify? Spotify is a music streaming service that offers digital audio content. Basic audio content can be accessed for free whereas premium user subscriptions enable users to access offline mobile content as well as listen to music without advertising. At the end of 2019, the company announced 124 million paying subscribers. Launched in 2008, Spotify originated in Sweden before expanding to European markets and the United States in 2011. Spotify’s U.S. launch was strongly marketed through Facebook, with the music streaming app profiting from the social listening integration via social media. Part of Spotify’s appeal can be attributed to the user- and brand-curated playlists, which can be shared publicly or between friends. Fans may choose what to listen to based on their current mood or preference, and the ability to share such content provides an element of social connectivity ordinarily reserved for networking sites.

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  • ERCOT electricity demand and production in February 2021

    Feb 22, 2021 | Electricity

    Texas has suffered major disruptions to its electricity supply due to storm Uri sweeping the United States from February 14, 2021. The state's largest independent system operator, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) was unable to deliver electricity to over four million customers, as extreme cold temperatures resulted in many power plants having to be shut off. ERCOT manages roughly 90 percent of Texas' electric load, serving 26 million customers. Between February 15 and 17, the difference between day-ahead forecasts for electricity demand and electricity generation was particularly pronounced.

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  • Number of COVID-19 deaths in the United States as of February 22, 2021, by state

    Feb 22, 2021 | Diseases

    As of February 22, 2021, there have been around 498,900 deaths related to COVID-19 in the United States. There have been 49,345 deaths in the state of California, more than any other state in the country – California is also the state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases. The vaccine rollout in the U.S. has started Since the start of the pandemic, the world has eagerly awaited the arrival of a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine. In the United States, the immunization campaign started in mid-December 2020 following the approval of a vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer and BioNTech. As of February 21, 2021, the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the U.S. had surpassed 63 million. Ensuring that production supply meets demand is the next obstacle that developers will have to overcome. Vaccines achieved due to work of research groups Chinese authorities initially shared the genetic sequence to the novel coronavirus in January 2020, allowing research groups to start studying how it invades human cells. The surface of the virus is covered with spike proteins, which enable it to bind to human cells. Once attached, the virus can enter the cells and start to make people ill. These spikes were of particular interest to vaccine manufacturers because they hold the key to preventing viral entry.

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  • Unemployment support funds allocated by the European Union 2020-2021, by member state

    Feb 2, 2021 | Government Finances

    In response to the economic damage caused by the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the European Union created several financial support mechanisms, with a temporary unemployment support fund called SURE, providing up to 100 billion euros of loans to member states that require assistance. Italy, which was one of the worst hit countries in the early stages of the pandemic, is set to be the biggest receiver of this type of assistance, and had secured 20.95 billion Euros by February 2021, with a further 6.45 billion euros set to be procured at a future date.

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  • Number of Sputnik V vaccines bought from Russia 2021, by country

    Feb 23, 2021 | Biotechnology

    Russia sold 100 million doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine Sputnik V to India, which was also among the countries that agreed to produce it on its territory. Indian companies planned to produce 300 million doses of Sputnik V in 2021. Furthermore, Mexico was to import 7.4 million doses between February and April 2021, with more doses to be delivered in May. Sputnik V was authorized in 33 countries worldwide as of February 23, 2021. Russia applied for the vaccine approval in the European Union in January. Russia's first vaccine against COVID-19 In August 2020, Russia registered Sputnik V, the world’s first approved vaccine against COVID-19, which was developed at Gamaleya Research Institute in Moscow. After the third phase of clinical trials, the vaccine's effectiveness was measured at 91.6 percent. The mass vaccination in Russia started in January 2021. In December 2020, 30 percent of Russians would get vaccinated against COVID-19 with Sputnik V. Will Sputnik V be available abroad? In total, over 50 countries worldwide placed orders for Sputnik V from Russia. As of January 2021, The vaccine was used for vaccination in Russia, Belarus, Serbia. In October 2020, Russia applied for prequalification of Sputnik V at the WHO to speed up its availability worldwide. Other countries that would produce the vaccine, such as Brazil, China, India, or the Republic of Korea, would also sell it abroad. Among several countries surveyed in November 2020, the highest level of awareness about Sputnik V was recorded in Mexico.

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  • Leading models of 5G smartphones in use in China Q3 2020

    Oct 27, 2020 | Mobile Devices

    As of end of the third quarter of 2020, Huawei dominated the 5G smartphone market in China with more than 13 percent of 5G smartphone users owning Huawei Mate 30. The second most popular 5G smartphone model was also by Huawei.

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  • Annual change of vehicle sales in China 2010-2020

    Jan 13, 2021 | Passenger Cars

    This graph shows the annual change in vehicle sales in China until 2020. In 2020, car sales in China had decreased by 1.9 percent compared to the previous year. Vehicle sales growth in China With a sales volume of approximately 25 million motor vehicles, China was the worlds’ largest market for automobiles. Vis-à-vis U.S. car market in the same year, about eleven million units more had been sold in China. This boom in domestic market demand could be explained by China’s spectacular economic growth, which in terms is expressed by the formation of a prosperous middle class. China as a major car manufacturer China had also become the world’s biggest automobile producer since 2017, with a share of some 27 percent of total global passenger vehicles produced in mainland China. The economic reforms of the early 1980s required foreign carmakers to form joint ventures with domestic auto producers in China. Over the past decades, a couple of large independent domestic auto brands have emerged. However, domestic carmakers generally lack technological know-how and market access when compared to their foreign rivals. As a result, foreign automakers generally enjoy larger market shares and higher profit margins in China. Overseas, Chinese autos tend to be sold to other developing countries where selling prices seem to a major determinant to consumers’ decisions.

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  • Latin America and the Caribbean: social media reach 2021, by country

    Feb 12, 2021 | Social Media & User-Generated Content

    As of January 2021, more than four out of five people in Chile, Uruguay, Puerto Rico, and Peru were on social media. On the other hand, approximately one out five persons in Haiti used this type of online platform. Among the largest Latin American markets, Brazil had the lowest social media penetration rate at 70.3 percent, just below the Caribbean island country of Saint Kitts and Nevis (at 75 percent). Online networking among Chilean young adults intensifies Young adults are the primary audience of social media in Chile. Nearly half of all Facebook users in the South American country were between 18 and 34 years old. The same age group accounted for almost 85 percent of Chilean users of LinkedIn. This generation has also been devoting more of its time to this type of online activity. During a 2020 survey, people aged 18 to 29 in Chile said they spent 4.1 hours per day on social media, the highest average in four years. Obstacles for the expansion of social media in Brazil A handful of issues might set part of Brazil’s online population apart from social networks. The country ranked ninth in average internet connection speed in Latin America. Furthermore, almost one third of surveyed Brazilians said it was likely that their online accounts would get hacked in 2021. Finally, personal preferences may also play a relevant role. Around one out of four persons surveyed in Brazil stated it was likely that they would use social media less throughout 2020.

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  • GDP growth rate of African countries 2020, by country

    Oct 31, 2020 | Economy

    During 2020, Libya's GDP is estimated to have decreased by 66.7 percent, an enormous drop. In fact, no country in the world is believed to have suffered such a great impact of the pandemic in terms of economic loss. The Gross Domestic Product of Mauritius, Zimbabwe, and Seychelles experienced a decrease by over ten percent, ranking among the countries witht the largest drop in GDP growth rate in Africa as well as worldwide. The Libyan economy is very much dependent on the oil sector. In Libya, oil rents normally account for over 40 percent of the GDP. A decrease in oil demand and a consequent drop in prices might have played a major role in causing such a large drop in the country's GDP.

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