In a follow-up to a March House-wide survey and interviews with members, CNN has confirmed that 312 of the 431 members of the House — just over 72% of the 431-member body — have now received a Covid-19 vaccination.
Of that, all 219 House Democrats have reported being vaccinated. Among the Republican conference, 95 of the 212 members — 44.8% — have said they are vaccinated.
One hundred and twelve Republican offices did not respond to multiple CNN inquires. Three other Republicans — Reps. Greg Steube and Kat Cammack of Florida and Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia — said they did not want to share the information.
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We asked every member of Congress if they’d received a vaccination. Here’s what they told us:
50 of 50 Ds 💉
46 of 50 Rs 💉
219 of 219 Ds 💉
95 of 212 Rs 💉
*Note: Non-answers don’t mean not vaccinated.*
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— Kristin Wilson (@kristin__wilson) May 14, 2021