About a quarter of adults in the United States – more than 66 million people – a…


About a quarter of adults in the United States – more than 66 million people – are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, according to data published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And more than a third of the total US population – more than 112 million people – have received at least one dose of vaccine.⁠

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  1. This is great news 🙌🏻
    A big shoutout to the science believers who are doing their part to get this pandemic under control.

  2. Better than nothing, and definitely better than those who spread crazy conspiracy theories about the vaccine. SHAME on some of my family who belong to that group.

  3. “Fully vaccinated” such bs. If it doesn’t prevent you from spreading it / getting it, and you don’t know how long it’s effective for.. you’re not fully vaccinated! It’s a mRNA genetic therapy. Not a vaccine. If it was a vaccine they wouldn’t have changed the definition of vaccine just to call it one. Wake up.

  4. What does this matter when people that are fully vaccinated are still contracting Covid? 😒

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