COVID-19 Vaccinations in the United States (12 Mar, as of 06:00 AM ET)



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COVID-19 Vaccinations in the United States (12 Mar, as of 06:00 AM ET)

CDC
| 12 Mar 2021
| CDC

Posted on 03/12/2021 6:18:13 PM PST by BeauBo

Total Vaccine Doses Delivered: 133,337,525 (3.7 million J&J)

People Vaccinated At Least One Dose: 65,965,305 (874,000 J&J)

Fully Vaccinated: 35,000,159


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: jj; moderna; pfizer

For the 24 hours since the last report:

Doses Delivered: 2.2 million (OK day) (little if any J&J – in the rounding error)

People Receiving 1st Dose: 1.9 million (huge day, maybe the record so far) (226,000 J&J, up from yesterday)

People Receiving 2nd Dose: 959,000 (big day)

Over 100 million shots have now been administered in the USA.

The percentage of the population 65 or older with a first shot was actually adjusted downward from yesterday, despite more people getting shots – 62.4% yesterday, 61.1% today.

Apparently they were using a total population of about 51 million such Americans as their denominator, and now have adjusted to use more like 55 Million as the total population 65+ (which is what I had been using before, from the Census Deptartment’s website).

Strangely, they also DECREASED the number of people 75+ who have received a first shot, by over a million from yesterday’s report. I have no good explanation for that. 65+ numbers seemed to have jumped, so perhaps many were re-classified.

On hand inventories are a very strong 32 million.

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posted on 03/12/2021 6:18:13 PM PST
by BeauBo


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