WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The CDC reports more than 75-million doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered as of Sunday.
CDC data shows that nearly 50-million Americans have now received at least one dose of the vaccine.
Around 25-million Americans have now been vaccinated with both shots.
Currently, 1.7 million vaccine doses are being given a day in the U.S., based on the seven-day average.
With the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine coming online next week, which requires just a single dose, the pace is expected to increase.
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