- According to the CDC, as of Friday, more than half of Americans had received partial vaccination.
- 62.2% of all adults in the United States received partial vaccination, and more than 40% of all Americans were fully vaccinated.
- As vaccination continues to increase, pre-pandemic norms in the United States have begun to recover.
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According to all Americans, most Americans have received at least one Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, or one injection of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Center for Disease and Control data.
As of Friday night, 50.1% of all Americans had received partial vaccination.
The benchmark is calculated three days after the CDC data shows Half of adults Fully vaccinated in the United States. This figure is now as high as 50.9%.
More than 62% of adults received partial vaccination, and more than 40% of Americans received full vaccination.
The highest vaccination rate is still for people 65 years and older. Nearly 75% of them are fully vaccinated, and 85.7% are partially vaccinated.
May 10, United States authorized Pfizer BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine for teenagers makes it the country’s first and currently the only COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in the country’s 12 to 15-year-old teenagers.
Last week, Moderna announced that a vaccine trial showed that the injection of vaccines is safe and effective for young people, which may help increase supply.Johnson start testing The single-dose vaccine was used in adolescents between 12 and 17 years of age in April.
As the county’s vaccination continued to increase, pre-pandemic norms began to recover. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its guidelines earlier this month, and more and more states are beginning to lift restrictions on vaccinators.