DJ Tracking Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution
How quickly are people getting vaccinated for Covid-19? Track the progress of vaccine delivery and administration below. Data are updated regularly, using the latest available numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Our World in Data, a collaboration between researchers at the University of Oxford and the nonprofit organization Global Change Data Lab.
Vaccinations in the U.S.
President Biden has set a target of administering 100 million doses of the vaccine by April 29, the 100th day of his presidency. But some public-health experts have said the administration's goal was too low. Mr. Biden said he was hopeful the U.S. could soon reach an average of 1.5 million vaccines per day.
The Journal is measuring vaccination progress in the U.S. three ways: the share of each state's population that have received at last one dose; the number of doses that have been delivered to states; and what percentage of doses that have been distributed have been given to people, which can indicate which states are administering vaccines most efficiently.
Select a state below to show more details.
The table below show the most recent data available for countries that have started vaccinations and for which numbers are available from public official sources. Dates for the most recent available data vary by country.
James Benedict, Erik Brynildsen, Joel Eastwood, Jason French, Dov Friedman, Lakshmi Ketineni, Jessica Kuronen, Andrew Levinson, Dylan Moriarty, Vivien Ngo, Jessica Wang and Randy Yeip contributed to this article.
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February 04, 2021 13:37 ET (18:37 GMT)
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