How is the vaccine rollout going in your state?

State
% of total pop. fully vaccinated
% adults fully vaccinated (18+)
% seniors fully vaccinated (65+)
% of total pop. with at least one dose
United States U.S. 57.5% 69.1% 84.8% 66.5%
Vermont Vt. 71% 81.1% 96.9% 79.3%
Rhode Island R.I. 70.6% 81.7% 95.5% 77.7%
Connecticut Conn. 70.5% 82.1% 93.2% 78.6%
Maine Maine 70.3% 81.3% 94.6% 76.2%
Massachusetts Mass. 69.4% 80.3% 90% 79.7%
New York N.Y. 66.3% 78.3% 85.2% 73.8%
New Jersey N.J. 66.2% 78.6% 87.6% 74.7%
Maryland Md. 66% 78.4% 91.6% 72.7%
Washington Wash. 63.3% 75.6% 89.5% 69.1%
Virginia Va. 62.8% 74.3% 87.2% 70.7%
New Hampshire N.H. 62.7% 72.7% 88.9% 75.1%
Oregon Ore. 62.6% 73.8% 87.3% 68.1%
District of Columbia D.C. 62.2% 72.8% 85.6% 73.9%
New Mexico N.M. 61.9% 74.1% 88.1% 71.7%
Colorado Colo. 61.3% 72.9% 85.9% 67.4%
California Calif. 61% 72.6% 82.4% 74.1%
Pennsylvania Pa. 60.2% 71.4% 90.2% 76.7%
Delaware Del. 59.7% 70.8% 89.3% 68.8%
Hawaii Hawaii 59.6% 71.1% 87.3% 78.5%
Minnesota Minn. 59.6% 71.9% 91.4% 64.9%
Florida Fla. 59.5% 70.1% 86% 68.8%
Wisconsin Wis. 58.1% 69.7% 91.6% 62.4%
Nebraska Neb. 56.1% 69.3% 88.8% 60.8%
Iowa Iowa 55.4% 67.6% 89.5% 59.4%
Kentucky Ky. 54.6% 66.3% 85.3% 62.6%
Illinois Ill. 54.4% 65.1% 79% 69.6%
Michigan Mich. 53.4% 64.1% 84.5% 58%
Utah Utah 53.2% 68.1% 85.6% 60.8%
Texas Texas 53.1% 65.7% 81.5% 61.1%
Kansas Kan. 53% 65% 85.9% 62.1%
Arizona Ariz. 52.8% 63.6% 79.7% 61%
Nevada Nev. 52.7% 63.9% 78.8% 63%
Alaska Alaska 52.4% 64.5% 82.1% 59.1%
North Carolina N.C. 52.4% 63% 81.6% 63.6%
South Dakota S.D. 52.4% 65.3% 87.8% 61.5%
Ohio Ohio 51.7% 62.6% 84.2% 55.6%
Montana Mont. 50.2% 60.5% 82% 56.6%
Oklahoma Okla. 49.8% 61.5% 81.7% 59.1%
Indiana Ind. 49.7% 61% 84.6% 53.5%
South Carolina S.C. 49.7% 59.9% 82.6% 57.2%
Missouri Mo. 49.5% 60% 80.2% 56.5%
Georgia Ga. 48% 59% 78.5% 56.7%
Arkansas Ark. 47.7% 58% 75.2% 57.7%
Tennessee Tenn. 47.5% 57.9% 79.8% 54.3%
Louisiana La. 47.4% 58.7% 83.4% 53.6%
North Dakota N.D. 45.7% 56.7% 77.8% 52.9%
Mississippi Miss. 45.5% 56.1% 79.7% 51.9%
Alabama Ala. 44.5% 54.4% 76.5% 54.2%
Wyoming Wyo. 43.7% 53.9% 78.9% 50.6%
Idaho Idaho 43.6% 58.1% 82.5% 48.8%
West Virginia W.Va. 41% 49.1% 71.7% 48.9%
State
% of total pop. fully vaccinated
% adults fully vaccinated (18+)
% seniors fully vaccinated (65+)
% of total pop. with at least one dose
Territories and Associated States
Palau Palau 87.6% 99.9% 56.4% 100.2%
Puerto Rico P.R. 73.3% 82.4% 83.6% 81.8%
Guam Guam 72.8% 84.1% 55.2% 79.5%
Northern Mariana Islands N.M.I. 61.1% 68.9% 30% 63.8%
American Samoa A.S. 55.5% 59.2% 28.1% 63.2%
U.S. Virgin Islands V.I. 46.6% 57% 77.4% 53.2%
Micronesia Micronesia 38.9% 49.3% 18.7% 44.3%
Marshall Islands Marshall Is. 34.6% 44.3% 11.6% 40.7%
State
% of total pop. fully vaccinated
% adults fully vaccinated (18+)
% seniors fully vaccinated (65+)
% of total pop. with at least one dose
Federal Agencies
Indian Health Service Indian Health Service 36.9% - - 44.4%
State
% doses used
Doses administered
Doses distributed
United States U.S. 82% 416,154,424 507,637,305
Wisconsin Wis. 89% 7,243,291 8,110,185
Connecticut Conn. 88% 5,331,905 6,040,955
Massachusetts Mass. 88% 10,300,165 11,741,180
New Mexico N.M. 87% 2,785,978 3,196,735
New York N.Y. 86% 27,303,379 31,602,965
California Calif. 86% 53,508,602 61,979,205
Colorado Colo. 86% 7,617,448 8,829,675
Rhode Island R.I. 85% 1,543,228 1,819,275
Virginia Va. 85% 11,579,358 13,685,285
Utah Utah 85% 3,657,672 4,328,350
Kentucky Ky. 84% 5,262,162 6,240,815
Nevada Nev. 84% 3,597,492 4,267,880
Vermont Vt. 84% 960,686 1,140,020
Pennsylvania Pa. 84% 17,298,592 20,584,245
Minnesota Minn. 84% 7,103,620 8,476,800
Washington Wash. 84% 10,212,125 12,222,455
Oklahoma Okla. 84% 4,428,587 5,303,280
Nebraska Neb. 83% 2,310,092 2,769,970
New Hampshire N.H. 83% 1,898,613 2,278,770
Maine Maine 83% 1,938,217 2,327,320
Arizona Ariz. 82% 8,693,284 10,579,670
Illinois Ill. 82% 15,704,678 19,112,595
New Jersey N.J. 82% 12,178,316 14,837,985
District of Columbia D.C. 81% 1,055,341 1,296,435
Montana Mont. 81% 1,172,257 1,446,885
Florida Fla. 81% 28,254,950 34,931,055
Missouri Mo. 80% 6,698,541 8,334,485
Tennessee Tenn. 80% 7,364,052 9,213,340
Ohio Ohio 79% 12,811,065 16,117,895
Indiana Ind. 79% 7,119,183 8,957,570
Iowa Iowa 79% 3,670,258 4,636,035
Maryland Md. 79% 8,453,263 10,695,110
Louisiana La. 79% 4,815,169 6,100,610
North Dakota N.D. 79% 791,214 1,004,390
Kansas Kan. 79% 3,291,195 4,179,155
Michigan Mich. 78% 11,322,161 14,457,510
North Carolina N.C. 78% 12,207,052 15,667,170
Wyoming Wyo. 78% 563,122 723,265
Delaware Del. 78% 1,290,219 1,657,815
Hawaii Hawaii 78% 1,964,997 2,528,230
Oregon Ore. 78% 5,559,310 7,163,565
Texas Texas 78% 34,149,404 44,055,335
South Dakota S.D. 77% 1,012,993 1,313,975
Alaska Alaska 76% 860,049 1,135,685
South Carolina S.C. 75% 5,641,914 7,497,605
Arkansas Ark. 74% 3,203,398 4,350,700
Georgia Ga. 73% 11,359,371 15,472,285
Mississippi Miss. 73% 2,957,457 4,041,645
Idaho Idaho 70% 1,691,184 2,416,460
Alabama Ala. 67% 4,805,213 7,123,260
West Virginia W.Va. 51% 1,588,246 3,132,935
State
% doses used
Doses administered
Doses distributed
Territories and Associated States
Guam Guam 103% 254,349 247,230
Puerto Rico P.R. 99% 4,972,779 5,013,470
Palau Palau 95% 31,592 33,090
U.S. Virgin Islands V.I. 94% 108,256 115,600
American Samoa A.S. 93% 65,566 70,650
Micronesia Micronesia 84% 75,359 89,640
Northern Mariana Islands N.M.I. 83% 72,188 87,480
Marshall Islands Marshall Is. 74% 42,025 57,140
State
% doses used
Doses administered
Doses distributed
Federal Agencies
Dept. of Defense Dept. of Defense 112% 6,183,581 5,541,400
Bureau of Prisons Bureau of Prisons 90% 237,617 264,310
Dept. of Veterans Affairs Dept. of Veterans Affairs 88% 5,957,256 6,742,300
Indian Health Service Indian Health Service 77% 1,713,807 2,215,855

Notes

— The vaccine is not currently authorized for use in children younger than 12 years old. Trials are underway on COVID-19 vaccines for younger age groups. Children under 18 represent 24% of the total U.S. population and can catch and spread the virus.
— "Fully vaccinated" means a person has received one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, or two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
— Doses distributed may underestimate the actual number of doses available (for example, if additional doses can be drawn out of the vials)
— Data on COVID-19 vaccines administered is pulled from the CDC, and may differ from state dashboard sites. According to CDC, the discrepancies occur because the data are reported by multiple sources, including pharmacies, states and federal entities, through various reporting systems.