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Volume 94-d

Vaccinations by Race, Age, and Sex; COVID Cases, Hospitalizations, Deaths, and Vaccinations – Summary Statistics

This is our 50th edition on COVID-19.   While more than 25% of the U.S. population has now been at least partially vaccinated (including two-thirds of persons above age 65!), significant differentials exist by race.  Asian, Black, and Hispanic/Latino subgroups have been under-vaccinated relative to each subgroup’s share of the total population, with the White population receiving a larger share of vaccinations than their share of the population.  We show that these disparities exist in nearly every state where vaccinations have been reported by race.  We also show the nationwide daily progression of the seven day average in COVID cases, hospitalizations, deaths, and vaccinations throughout the pandemic, as well as per capita cases and deaths by state.

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