As states undergo their biggest vaccination campaigns ever, the Tampa Bay Times is keeping track of how many people have received doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
Here is the latest data for Florida:
How many vaccines has Florida administered so far?
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With more than 21 million residents, it will take months to vaccinate even a majority of Floridians. This chart shows Florida’s progress so far, per capita:
What share of Florida’s population has been vaccinated already?
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As the federal government has largely passed on the effort to state and local governments, some parts of the country have vaccinated more of their residents than others. Here’s how Florida has compared to the nation’s other states and territories, and the U.S. overall, over time:
People receiving first dose of vaccine, per capita
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The detailed data in the table below show how many people have received one or both doses of the vaccine, and how many of its distributed doses each jurisdiction has been able to use so far.
Click on any column header to sort.
“Doses distributed” includes all doses that have been recorded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that have been shipped since Dec. 13, although they may still be in transit and not yet received by states.
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