How many COVID-19 vaccines have been given out in your state?

ByGrace Manthey KABC logo
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
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LOS ANGELES -- As COVID-19 vaccines are starting to be administered around the country and the world, we've built an interactive tool to help you find out how many vaccine doses have been distributed and administered in your state.

These numbers come from the CDC and are updated Monday-Friday. These counts may differ from individual state counts due to reporting lag.

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Experts say as much as 85% of the population will have to be inoculated to achieve "herd immunity" and vanquish the outbreak.

Many states are responding by throwing open the line to others and ramping up the pace of vaccinations, in some cases offering them 24-7.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.