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World Vaccinations: The Race to End the Pandemic


Note: Data collected from government websites and official sources.
Source: Our World In Data

Vaccinations in the United States


Source: CDC

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Who Gets Vaccinated First?

Phase 1a

In Phase 1a, CDC recommends that initial supplies of COVID-19 vaccine be allocated to healthcare personnel and long-term care facility residents.

Phase 1b

In Phase 1b, CDC recommends that vaccines should be given to frontline essential workers and people 75 years or older.

Phase 1c

In Phase 1c, CDC recommends vaccination should be offered to people aged 65—74 years, people aged 16—64 years with underlying medical conditions, and other essential workers.

More Phases to come

As vaccine availability increases, vaccination recommendations will expand to include more groups. The goal is for everyone to be able to easily get a COVID-19 vaccination as soon as large quantities of vaccine are available. As vaccine supply increases but remains limited, ACIP will expand the groups recommended for vaccination.

Source: CDC

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