According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 100 million people have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
According to the agency’s coronavirus vaccine tracker, more than 157 million COVID-19 vaccines have been vaccinated, and 57 million people have received full vaccination.
The data also shows that 101,804,762 have received at least the first dose, accounting for 30.7% of the U.S. population.
In addition, 57,984,785 cases were fully vaccinated, accounting for 17.5% of the U.S. population.
President Biden It was announced earlier this month that his government has achieved its goal of managing 100 million photos in the first 100 days of his tenure.
After reaching this milestone on March 12, the President raised the vaccine target to 200 million doses in the same time.
Biden said last month: “Yes: 200 million photos in 100 days.” “I know this is ambitious, twice our original goal. However, no other country in the world can do this. Not even close to what we are doing. I believe we can do it.”
Despite the progress made in vaccination efforts, Biden urged the American public to remain vigilant, wear masks and maintain social distancing. The President and other public health experts warned that as the new coronavirus variant spreads globally, the progress made by the United States in the past few months can easily be undone.
Biden said on Friday: “Too many Americans act as if this fight is over. Not yet.”
The United States has witnessed a steady increase in COVID-19 cases across the country in recent weeks, with the outbreak in Michigan being particularly severe.