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Over 180 million people have been fully vaccinated

NS Calculated risk of September 16, 2021 04:59: 00 PM

The average 7-day death toll is the highest since March 1.

According to the CDC vaccination.. Total dose administered: 383,038,403, 377,622,065 as of 1 week ago. Average dose last week: 900,000 per day.

COVID metrics
today week
in front
goal
Complete vaccination rate 54.2% 53.4% ≥ 70.0%1
Complete vaccination (millions) 180.1 177.4 ≥ 2321
New case per day3🚩 146,182 137,783 ≤ 5,0002
hospitalization3 89,132 93,255 ≤ 3,0002
Number of deaths per day3🚩 1,233 1,447 ≤ 502
1 Minimum value to achieve “herd immunity” (estimated between 70% and 85%).
2My goal to stop posting daily,
37-day average of cases, currently hospitalized, and death
🚩 Average weekly increase in cases, hospitalizations and deaths by 7 days

✅ The goal has been achieved.


important: For “herd immunity,” most experts believe that 70% to 85% of the total population needs to be fully vaccinated (or already infected with COVID).

This is all from CDC-state data can vary!

KUDOS To the residents of 11 states that have Achieved 60% of Fully vaccinated total population: Vermont 68.8%, Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland. 60.8% in New Jersey, Washington, New York, New Mexico and New Hampshire.


The next 16 states and DCs 50% to 59.9% are fully vaccinated: Oregon 59.5%, District of Columbia, Virginia, Colorado, Minnesota, California, Hawaii, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, South Dakota State, Kentucky, Arizona 50.0%.


Next are Kansas at 49.9%, Nevada at 49.5%, Texas at 49.5%, Ohio at 49.3%, Utah at 49.1% and Alaska at 48.6%.


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This graph shows the daily average (column) and 7-day average (line) of the reported positive tests.

Over 180 million people have been fully vaccinated

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