Latest data: How Florida ranks in coronavirus vaccinations

See data on vaccinations distributed and administered per capita by state.
Published Dec. 31, 2020|Updated April 8, 2021

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?

These are counts collected daily by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They may vary slightly from data published daily by Florida’s Department of Health.

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Three vaccines are now available for all Florida residents 18 and older. If trends hold, the vast majority of adults will be vaccinated this summer. While some people will inevitably forgo getting shots at all, here is how long it would take to reach everyone if the current pace continues:

How long until Florida could vaccinate everyone?

All adults, 18 and older

All seniors, 65 and older

But about one in every five Floridians is younger than 18. This chart shows Florida’s progress so far, considering its whole population:

What share of Florida’s population has been vaccinated already?

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As manufacturing has picked up, states have begun to vaccinate residents faster and faster. Here’s how the number of people vaccinated each day has changed over time, in Florida and the U.S. overall:

Florida: administered and delivered per day

Florida vs. the U.S.

Administered per day

Delivered per day

Here’s how Florida has compared to the nation’s other states and territories, and the U.S. overall, over time:

Total so far:

Total administered

Total distributed

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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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