• One-Fourth of All U.S. Adults Are Fully Vaccinated: CDC

    6 days ago - By Mediaite

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    The latest CDC data shows that one-fourth of all American adults have been fully vaccinated.
    66 million American adults, as of the most recent CDC update, have been fully vaccinated. 43.1 percent of all adults - 111 million people - have gotten at least one dose.
    Close to one-fifth of the total population has been vaccinated, and that includes 58 percent of all seniors.
    President Joe Biden said this week that all adults will be eligible for vaccines by April 19th.
    CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said in an interview Wednesday night that she expects children...
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  • A manufacturing mishap led to a shortage of the J&J coronavirus vaccine. Here's what that means for Connecticut

    A manufacturing mishap led to a shortage of the J&J coronavirus vaccine. Here's what that means for Connecticut

    6 days ago - By Courant

    Connecticut's weekly allocation could drop by as much as 90%, state officials said Thursday.
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  • Daily coronavirus updates: Connecticut's weekly positivity rate dips; nearly half of adults have received at least one vaccine dose

    6 days ago - By Courant

    While Gov. Ned Lamont pointed to potential signs of stabilizing metrics, he also warned that the state isn't entirely out of the woods yet.
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