Skip to Content

75 million coronavirus vaccine doses administered in the US

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The CDC reports more than 75-million doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered as of Sunday. 

Check out 13 WREX's coronavirus vaccine resources page

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. 

READ MORE: Weekend recap: COVID-19 positivity rate on verge of falling below 2 percent in Region 1

With the new Johnson and Johnson vaccine coming online next week, which requires just a single dose, the pace is expected to increase. 

Coronavirus Resources

  • Click here for the latest CDC novel coronavirus resources and links.
  • Track the COVID-19 globally using this map tracker here.
  • Click here for the latest information from the Illinois Department of Public Health.
  • Need to get tested? Here's a list of mobile testing sites provided by the state.
  • Looking for more information on the COVID-19 vaccine? Click here.
  • You can get the latest coverage from 13 WREX here.
Author Profile Photo


Skip to content