Americans have received approximately 223 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines

Nearly 95 million people have been fully vaccinated.

The Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that as of Sunday morning, 228.7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been used in the United States, and 290.7 million doses had been distributed nationwide.

A day earlier, these figures were 225.6 million and 290.7 million doses, respectively.

The agency said that nearly 140 million people had received a single dose as of Sunday, and 94.8 million had been fully vaccinated.

CDC statistics include both Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines that require two doses and Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine.

Top US health regulators said the country could immediately resume the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, ending a 10-day pause taken to investigate its link to extremely rare but potentially deadly blood clots.

A total of 7.8 million doses were administered in long-stay treatment facilities, the agency said.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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