Each state has a different plan — and different challenges — in distributing vaccines. Learn more about who is getting vaccinated by parsing the data by age, sex and race.
What’s the nation’s progress on vaccinations?
At least 262,908,216 people or 79% of the population have received at least one dose.
Overall, 224,113,439 people or 68% of the population are considered fully vaccinated.
Additionally, 108,806,974 people or 33% of the population have received a booster dose.
In the US, 871,852,135 doses have been distributed so far, with 72% or 627,854,963 of the doses used.