Nearly 212 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine have been administered in the United States for an average of 3 million shots a day, despite a pause in delivering Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine, according to data published Monday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC reported that 211,581,309 total doses have been administered, about 80% of the 264,505,725 doses delivered.
That’s about 2.2 million more doses reported administered since Sunday, for a seven-day average of about 3.1 million doses per day. The average daily pace has slowed, but remained above 3 million shots per day since the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was paused about a week ago.
About 40% of the US population — more than 132 million people — have received at least one dose of vaccine, and about 26% of the population — more than 85 million people — is fully vaccinated.
Among adults, 50.7% have received at least one shot and 33% are fully vaccinated, and among seniors, 80.1% have received at least one shot and about 65% are fully vaccinated, according to CDC data.