The U.S. vaccination rollout has proceeded differently in every state and territory, as these graphics demonstrate. This first visualization allows you to compare one state’s vaccination efforts against the U.S. average and against any other jurisdiction. Hovering your cursor over the highlighted lines displays the number of vaccine doses that have been administered per 100,000 people. Since some vaccines require 2 doses, the doses per 100,000 should exceed 100,000. A doses per 100,000 figure closer to 200,000 indicates the majority of the population has been vaccinated.
This third graphic visualizes the percentage of the population fully vaccinated in the primary state selected above. For additional vaccination data, visit the Coronavirus Resource Center’s Vaccines page.