Percentage of people who have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine
Lower than white rateHigher than white rate
NOTE: The data includes vaccinations from state, local and federal programs and represents the state where vaccines were given, not the state of the recipient’s residence. The data for categories other than Hispanic is for people who are not Hispanic and not multiracial. Hispanic people can be any race or combination of races. The number vaccinated can be higher than the number of people eligible in a state because of people being vaccinated across state lines and differences in reporting. States that don't report race and ethnicity data to the CDC or where race and ethnicity information is missing for more than 60% of people vaccinated are excluded from the national totals and not displayed. The national vaccination rates by race and ethnicity include the remaining 42 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
CREDIT: Hannah Recht/KHNSOURCE:Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data as of May 14, American Community Survey 2019Embed