In exact numbers, 129,988,985 Americans, over the age of 18, were vaccinated. With respect to the total, this number represents 39.5% of the population. Given the elderly, who are most vulnerable to infection with the Coronavirus, the total vaccination with a single dose is 44.3 million people, 81% of those over 65
The CDC also counts a population that is fully vaccinated, in either one or two doses, depending on the immune system so far, there are 84.2 million Americans, which equates to 25.4% of the nation’s total population. Looking at those aged 18 or over, the percentage rises to 32.5%.
The elderly and fully vaccinated population is 36 million Americans, or 65.9% of the total for this age group.
The United States pledges to do more to distribute vaccines around the world
According to the CDC, more than 264 million doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have been distributed as of Saturday in the country. Of these, 204 million have been applied as of yesterday.
The most commonly used vaccine is Pfizer / BioNTech, with more than 109.1 million doses. Moderna comes second with 92.1 million doses. Of the Janssen and Johnson & Johnson vaccine, 7.9 million doses were applied. Another 167,000 have not been identified by the CDC.
US President Joe Biden has achieved all of the vaccination goals set since taking office.
At the time of his inauguration, Biden had promised 100 million doses It will be implemented within the first 100 days of the ruling. Due to the success of the campaign, the goal was doubled to 200 million doses. As of Saturday (17), in 87 days of class, 204 million doses had been administered.
Two weeks ago, Biden said so All Americans will be eligible to be vaccinated on April 19This is Monday. It was also a target prediction: The previous forecast was May 1.
With the support of vaccines, Biden’s approval increased, in one month, from 54% to 59%, according to research by the Pew Research Center published in The New York Times this week.