About 486,332 people are receiving their first Covid-19 vaccine dose each day in…


About 486,332 people are receiving their first Covid-19 vaccine dose each day in the US, which is a 10% increase over last week’s pace and the highest daily average since June 18, according to data published Monday by the CDC. The improvements are promising, but just over half of the total population is fully vaccinated, and 31.2% of the vaccine-eligible population remains unvaccinated. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.



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  1. People probably realizing they won’t be allowed anywhere unless they’re vaccinated 🤷🏼‍♀️

  2. It’s because they government is getting more authoritarian with threats of losing jobs among other things.

  3. Great. Let’s keep it up 👍!!! So that life can resume again 😇🙏🏻🙏🏻😇✨✨❤️✨!!!

  4. This comment is dedicated to all the haters that said the news of another surge wouldn’t convince anyone that hadn’t already been vaccinated.

  5. I think we”re missing out on a huge opportunity to see what the variants will actually do to people here, I mean if I’m totally vaccinated and I don’t mind continuing to follow Cdc guidelines, then shouldn’t we take advantage of this? You have to admit, we’re overpopulated and we may never legally get this opportunity again, just saying

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