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Vaccination rollout across the United States

The United States is racing to vaccinate a population of 328 million. But local health officials are progressing at vastly different rates. Hover your cursor over each jurisdiction to explore how many doses have been administered, how many people have received vaccines, and what percentage of the population has been fully vaccinated. Click on states to view their full profiles.

The race to vaccinate in the United States

Safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines were developed with unprecedented speed. But will the effort to deliver those doses into the arms of U.S. citizens achieve a similar triumph? The answer will vary by state and jurisdiction as the data below illustrates.

% of People Fully Vaccinated

People Fully Vaccinated

Vaccination progress across the world

Public health officials have worried since the start of the pandemic that vaccinations would not be equitably distributed around the world. The data appears to be confirming those fears as developed nations are vaccinating their populations far faster than less developed countries. Hover over each location to view country-by-country data.

The race to vaccinate the World

Vaccination rollouts among countries present an even starker contrast than those among U.S. states. These tables rank nations based on how much of their populations have been fully vaccinated.

% of Population receiving at least 1 dose

People receiving at least 1 dose

Summary of vaccination statistics

These tables lay out the key metrics for understanding vaccination progress by U.S. states and by country: doses administered, people fully vaccinated*, percentage of people fully vaccinated by population*, people receiving at least 1 dose, and % of people receiving at least 1 dose. The CRC relies upon publicly available data from multiple sources. Discrepancies may result from various issues, such as the frequency of updating compared with other sources. *U.S. only