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More than four million people in the United States received a coronavirus vaccine on April 3 — the nation’s highest one-day total since the shots began rolling out in December, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

An average of 3 million shots were administered each day over the past seven days, as the Biden administration has moved up its deadline for all Americans to become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine by April 19.

As coronavirus vaccinations continue to pick up speed in the country, more states are expanding the share of the population eligible to receive the growing supply of vaccines. Alaska and Mississippi were the first states to expand eligibility to anyone over the age of 16.

Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require a follow-up shot three or four weeks after the first dose. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine requires only one dose.

JurisdictionShare of population that has received at least one doseShare of population fully vaccinatedWeekly change in doses administeredVaccines open to age 16+
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Note: The U.S. total includes doses provided to Republic of Palau, Federated States of Micronesia and the Marshall Islands, as US-affiliated Pacific Islands. The CDC is underreporting vaccinations in Utah by 100,000 people.

These charts show the percent of the population in each racial or ethnic group that has received a vaccine so far. Percents are calculated for the population age 16 and older. Public health and government leaders said that racial and ethnic equity would be critical in distributing vaccines, but data collection on the race of recipients has been poor. According to CDC data, a larger share of the White population has been vaccinated compared with Hispanic, Asian or Black populations. Alaskan Native and Native American populations have a higher rate of vaccination due to larger shipments going to Alaska and vaccines being distributed through the Indian Health Service.

The risk of hospitalization and death from covid-19 rises with age, and vaccination rates have followed that pattern, with prioritization for people in nursing homes and for older Americans.

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Alabama

All Alabama residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

Alaska

All Alaska residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

Arizona

All Arizona residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Arkansas

All Arkansas residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

California

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in California

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • Adults over the age of 65
  • Front-line workers in education, child care, EMS, food and agriculture
  • Essential workers in transportation, manufacturing and industrial, commercial, residential, and sheltering facilities and services
  • Congregate settings including homeless shelters and correctional facilities
  • People over the age of 16 with underlying health conditions or disabilities
  • Other essential workers in water, defense, energy, communications and IT, financial services and government operations
  • Adults over the age of 50

All California residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 15. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Colorado

All Colorado residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Connecticut

All Connecticut residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Delaware

All Delaware residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

District of Columbia

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in the District

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • First responders including fire and EMS personnel
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • Adults over the age of 65
  • Individuals experiencing homelessness
  • People working or living in congregate settings
  • Front-line essential workers including those in public safety, education and child care and grocery stores
  • Correctional facilities and detention centers
  • Essential workers in public transit, manufacturing, the U.S. Postal Service, food packaging and distribution
  • D.C. residents with chronic or high-risk medical conditions
  • Other essential workers

The District of Columbia has vaccinated a sizable number of nonresidents as many health-care workers and other essential workers, including teachers and school staff, commute into the District from neighboring states for work.

All District of Columbia residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 12. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the District’s coronavirus page.

Florida

All Florida residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

Georgia

All Georgia residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Hawaii

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Hawaii

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • Adults over the age of 75
  • First responders
  • Front-line essential workers
  • Correctional facilities
  • Adults over the age of 65
  • People 16 to 64 years old with high-risk medical conditions including individuals on dialysis, people with severe respiratory disease who are on oxygen; an those undergoing chemotherapy or other infusion therapy

Hawaii and Kauai County have opened vaccine eligibility to anyone 16 years and older. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Idaho

All Idaho residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Illinois

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Illinois

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • Non-hospital health care providers including outpatient facilities, public health clinics, school nurses, morticians, and urgent care workers
  • Adults over the age of 65
  • First responders
  • Front-line essential workers in education, food and agriculture, manufacturing, corrections workers and inmates, postal services, public transit, grocery store workers and staff at shelters and day cares

All Illinois residents 16 and older will become eligible for the coronavirus vaccine on April 12. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Indiana

All Indiana residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Iowa

All Iowa residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Kansas

All Kansas residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Kentucky

All Kentucky residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Louisiana

All Louisiana residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Maine

All Maine residents age 16 and older are now eligible for a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Maryland

All Maryland residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

Massachusetts

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Massachusetts

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • First responders
  • People working or living in congregate settings
  • Home-based health-care workers and other health-care workers doing non-covid facing care
  • Adults over the age of 75
  • Individuals over the age of 60
  • Individuals with high-risk health conditions
  • Front-line essential workers including those in education, transit, grocery, utility, food and agriculture, and restaurant workers
  • People who live or work in low-income and affordable senior housing
  • Individuals with moderate health risks
  • Educators, school staff and child-care workers
  • Bottled beverage industry workers
  • Veterinarians
  • People who are 55 or older

All residents of Massachusetts age 16 and older will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine on April 19. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Michigan

All Michigan residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Minnesota

All Minnesota residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Mississippi

All Mississippi residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. To check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Missouri

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Missouri

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • Other health-care workers including home health, urgent care, vaccination staff, school nurses, dental staff, mental health providers
  • First responders including law enforcement and fire services
  • Correctional facility staff
  • Public works staff
  • Morticians and embalmers
  • Adults over the age of 65
  • People with high-risk medical conditions
  • Front-line workers including educators, child-care workers, and employees working in communications, energy, food and agriculture, government, transportation, water and information technology

All Missouri residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 9. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Montana

All Montana residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Nebraska

All Nebraska residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Nevada

All Nevada residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

New Hampshire

All New Hampshire residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

New Jersey

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in New Jersey

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents of long-term care facilities
  • First responders
  • Adults over the age of 65
  • Additional individuals with high risk conditions
  • Essential workers including educators and staff, child-care workers, transportation workers and public safety workers
  • Migrant farmworkers
  • Members of tribal communities
  • Individuals experiencing homelessness and those living in shelters, including domestic violence shelters
  • Other essential workers
  • Individuals aged 55-64
  • Individuals 16 and over with intellectual and developmental disabilities

All New Jersey residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 19. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

New Mexico

All New Mexico residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

New York

All New York residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

North Carolina

All North Carolina residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

North Dakota

All North Dakota residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Ohio

All Ohio residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Oklahoma

All Oklahoma residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Oregon

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Oregon

  • Health-care workers
  • Urgent care and EMS workers
  • Tribal health programs
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities
  • Caregivers of vulnerable children and adults who live at home
  • K-12 teachers and staff
  • Adults 65 and older
  • People working or living in congregate settings
  • First responders
  • Front-line essential workers

All Oregon residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 19. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Pennsylvania

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Pennsylvania

  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities and other congregate care settings
  • Health-care workers, including emergency medical service personnel, dentists and pharmacists.
  • Adults 65 and older
  • Adults with preexisting conditions and pregnant women
  • People in congregate settings including correctional officers
  • First responders
  • Front-line essential workers such as teachers, mail carriers, manufacturing workers, grocery store employees and public transit workers
  • Other essential workers including those in transit, food service, construction, energy, information technology, local government and the media

All Pennsylvania residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 19. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Rhode Island

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Rhode Island

  • High-risk front-line health-care workers
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities
  • First responders
  • Adults 50 and older
  • People in hard-hit communities
  • Adults 16 to 64 with preexisting conditions







All Rhode Island residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 19. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

South Carolina

All South Carolina residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

South Dakota

All South Dakota residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Tennessee

All Tennessee residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine.. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

Texas

All Texas residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information, go to the state page.

Utah

All Utah residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For more information, go to the state page. The CDC is underreporting vaccinations in Utah by 100,000 people.

Vermont

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Vermont

  • Health-care workers
  • Long-term care facility residents and staff
  • Educators, child-care workers and public safety workers
  • Parents and primary caregivers of children with high-risk health condition
  • Black, Indigenous and people of color
  • English language learners and people in immigrant/refugee communities
  • Adults 40 and older
  • People 16 and older with high-risk health conditions







All Vermont residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 19. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Virginia

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Virginia

  • Health-care workers
  • Long-term care facility residents
  • Front-line essential workers
  • Adults 65 and older
  • People age 16 to 64 with an underlying medical condition
  • People living in correctional facilities, homeless shelters and migrant labor camps
  • Other essential workers

All Virginia residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 18. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Washington

Groups prioritized to get vaccinated in Washington

  • High-risk workers in health-care settings
  • High-risk first responders
  • Adults 60 and older
  • Adults over the age of 50 who live in multigenerational households
  • Residents and staff of long-term care facilities
  • All other workers at risk in health-care settings
  • High-risk critical workers 50 years and older who work in congregate settings
  • People 16 years or older with two or more comorbidities
  • High-risk critical workers in congregate settings under the age of 50
  • People, staff and volunteers all ages in congregate living settings
  • Educators and school staff, child care workers

All Washington residents age 16 and older will become eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine on April 15. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

West Virginia

All West Virginia residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Wisconsin

All Wisconsin residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

Wyoming

All Wyoming residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a coronavirus vaccine. For the most recent information and to check your eligibility, go to the state page.

About this story

By Dan Keating, Naema Ahmed, Garland Potts, Monica Ulmanu, Jessica Wolfrom and Jacqueline Dupree. John Muyskens and Lizzy Raben contributed to this report.

Contact us at vaccinationtracker@washpost.com.

Originally published Dec. 11, 2020.

Methodology

The number of vaccines allocated to each state, the count of doses distributed and the count of doses administered are from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Post is updating this page with details from states on how doses are being prioritized.

Doses are also being distributed to the Defense Department, State Department, Department of Veterans Affairs, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Department of Homeland Security and Indian Health Service. On Feb. 19, the CDC altered its reporting of doses being administered by the Department of Defense, Bureau of Prisons, Indian Health Service and Veteran’s Health Administration. The CDC added the shots given by those agencies to the states where the shots had been given. It didn’t change the national total, but it added two million shots to various state totals. The shots had been administered over two-and-a-half months, but they were all reported on Feb. 19, causing large one-day increases in Virginia, New Mexico, North Dakota, Texas, Massachusetts, Connecticut and other states.