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President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to release all COVID-19 vaccines, with the goal of delivering 150 million vaccines within 100 days. The new tracker from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows how many people got the first dose, as well as the second booster shot, so you can keep track of your condition. At the moment, the tracker doesn’t show which cities receive the most vaccines, but they are probably the most populous areas.
Here’s how to track the number of COVID-19 vaccine doses distributed in your country. Also here areif you receive the vaccine.
Keep track of COVID-19 doses for each state
To keep track of the number of COVID-19 vaccines distributed in your country, visit the CDC COVID data tracker webpage (this works best if you are using a desktop browser). Here you will see a map of the US – move your cursor over each state to see the total doses administered, the doses divided, people who received one or more doses, and people who received both doses.
How often is the CDC tracker updated?
The tracker card is updated daily at 5:00 p.m. PT (8:00 p.m. ET). The CDC says the data will be updated once it has been reviewed and verified, but delays can occur. Check back regularly for accurate figures.
Which vaccines do people get?
Currently there areby the Food and Drug Administration in the US – Moderna and Pfizer. At the time of writing, Pfizer has been administered more widely, with more than 17.3 million shots. Moderna, which was approved after Pfizer, is currently administered in more than 14.7 million doses. More than 100,000 administered doses have not yet been identified.
What do the definitions on the tracker mean?
The tracker uses different definitions to display the distributed and managed shots. This is what they all mean.
Total doses administered: This is the total number of COVID-19 shots given to humans. It contains the first and second doses that each person has received.
Total divided doses: This is the total number of COVID-19 vaccines the states have received.
People who receive one or more doses: This represents the total number of people who have received at least one dose of vaccine.
People who receive two doses: This represents the total number of people who have received both doses of the vaccine.
This information is reported to CDC by state, territorial and local public health agencies. Federal entities report on the dose number, date of administration, recipient ID, and submission date.
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The information in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to be health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health care practitioner if you have any questions about a medical condition or health goals.