Getting a window into the United States’ fight against the pandemic has often felt like trying to pry open a black box made even more difficult to understand by cagey crew members. Now, there’s a slightly more satisfying way to get a view of the battle firsthand.
The CDC has released a new section of its COVID data website that tracks vaccinations across the country.
Released Wednesday, according to CBS News, the website tracks the number of vaccines (from both Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech) that have been distributed to places like hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies, as well as the actual number of people who have received a vaccination shot. You can view data at both the national and state level, and see vaccination totals as well as the rate of vaccinations per 100,000 residents. The site also breaks down that data for the pharmacy distribution program, which is managing vaccinating people in longterm care facilities. Read more…
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