When You Look At Vaccine Production Capacity In 2021, And Apparent Administered Doses, the numbers don’t add up

Recent statistics have suggested that 70% of the global population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, with a staggering 13.39 billion doses administered worldwide. However, a closer examination of the available data raises questions about the accuracy of these claims and highlights the need for a more nuanced understanding of the vaccination campaign. Let’s delve into the figures, taking into account the information provided from official sources.

This graph shows doses mainly taking place in 2021 around 80-85% this is to be expected as that was when the main campaign took place

The Reported Statistics:
According to the reported figures, 70% of the world’s population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. A total of 13.39 billion doses have been administered globally, These numbers seem impressive, but when scrutinized alongside vaccine production capacities, some discrepancies emerge.

The offical claim is:

Offical claim of vaccinations

Moderna claimed the following in 2021:

Moderna claims 600 million to 1 billion doses capacity.

Vaccine Production Capacities:
In 2021, Pfizer-BioNTech had a reported capacity of around 1.6 billion doses, while Moderna’s capacity ranged between 600 million and 1 billion doses. Notably, around 80% of the administered doses were reported to have been administered in 2021 as the graph showed above.

This was the claim from Pfizer in 2021:

1.6 billion doses in 2021 and 3 million in 2022 (this was around the same as reported now in 2023 officially that year)

Analysing the Discrepancies:
Taking into account these figures, several inconsistencies become apparent. Firstly, if Pfizer-BioNTech’s capacity was around 1.6 billion doses, it seems implausible for 70% of the global population to have received at least one dose. This would amount to over 5 billion doses administered solely from Pfizer-BioNTech, which surpasses their reported capacity.

Furthermore, when considering Moderna’s production capacity, the numbers do not align either. Even at the higher end of their reported capacity (1 billion doses), it would be challenging to account for the remaining 8.39 billion doses administered globally.

The Role of Multiple Doses:
Another factor that should be taken into consideration is the possibility of individuals receiving multiple vaccine doses. Some vaccine regimens require more than one dose for full immunization. While this accounts for a portion of the total administered doses, it alone cannot explain the vast discrepancy between reported doses and production capacities.

While the reported statistics indicate that 70% of the world population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 13.39 billion doses have been administered, a critical examination of the available figures raises doubts. Considering the production capacities of major vaccine manufacturers, the numbers do not seem to add up. The discrepancies suggest the need for a more accurate and transparent reporting system to ensure reliable data on vaccine administration.

What do you think? what’s going on?






2 responses to “When You Look At Vaccine Production Capacity In 2021, And Apparent Administered Doses, the numbers don’t add up”

  1. Horst Baer avatar

    In a world of falsehood(s) nothing is real, all this orchestrated by the ***masters*** of lying, cheating, stealing, corrupting all morals, destroying and murdering, the ***joos***
    will never stop this undertaking particularly against CHRISTIANITY and the whole world in general.

  2. Cheryl avatar

    I think there a giant discrepancies with everything Covid related. There were other companies that produced the vaccine though, Johnson & Johnson here in the US and Astra Zeneca (?sp) throughout other parts of the world. What do those manufacturers claim?

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