The Hill reports:
Roughly one in every six U.S. adults has been fully vaccinated for the coronavirus, according to new data released Saturday by the CDC. The CDC’s vaccine tracker, which was updated Saturday afternoon, shows that 16.7 percent of the adult population has been fully vaccinated. Over 40 percent of adults aged 65 years and older are also fully vaccinated.
Over 121 million doses in total have been administered, and nearly 43 million adults are fully inoculated. Over 21 million of the fully vaccinated adults received the Pfizer shot, followed by over 19.7 million who received the Moderna vaccine and 2.15 million who got the Johnson & Johnson shot, which was just recently released.
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