According to data released on Friday, nearly 58 million Americans received the full course of COVID-19 vaccination-nearly 102 million people received at least one shot.
According to the Data Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a total of 17% of the US population has been fully vaccinated, while 30% have received at least one injection.
The data shows that most people (about 53%) who receive full vaccination are 65 years of age or older, while 22% of other adults are fully vaccinated.
In contrast, as of March 10, 32.9 million people (9.9% of the population) have been fully vaccinated, while 62.4 million people (18.8%) have received at least one dose.
Officials said that as of Friday, overall, 57.9 million people in the United States had received full vaccination, while 1
The states with the lowest vaccination rates include Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia.
The United States offers three COVID-19 vaccines-a two-dose prick vaccine manufactured by Pfizer, another two-dose vaccine from Moderna and a single dose from Johnson & Johnson.